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Old 05-18-2017, 07:40 AM
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my budgies recently having some short quarrel and it is specially in the morning and in afternoon. my male budgie jack is the one chasing jill, my female budgie then I see jill opening the beak and leaning towards to him. after that rowdy flying and short fight they return in the same perch and start kissing and preening. today I they did it twice.
there are no big feathers fell only small-like pollen type feather. no blood too.
is my male budgie having a hormonal storm? I left them with low light now and im thinking to reduce more the daylight time. if it still persists I think I will forcefully separate them

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You say it is a "fight". Are either of the birds trying to pin the other down? Do they seem to be overly stressed?

It's difficult to know if what you are describing is "bickering" or "fighting".

If the intent seems to be to actually injure one another, then the birds should be put into individual cages.
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the male one is chasing the female around like he was forcing to mate or something..will I separate them? or maybe due to hormones he wants to mate is shortening daylight hour is the best choice?

it is a short fight like I said. imagine 2 birds that they fought over a millet spray and after that they return to preen each other. I can't tell exactly if they are trying to hurt each other since it is very short like 10 or less seconds

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Hopefully you are following all of the advice for discouraging breeding already, correct?

If you are concerned the male is trying to force-ably mate with the female then you may be better off separating them for a few weeks time.
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yes I am currently lowering the daylight hours and now they seem to be more calm...if I see some signs I may have to separate them

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