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Determining Gender Having trouble figuring out if your budgie is a male or female? Ask here!
Thread Description:Help to Identify gender from 3 weeks, to an adult during breeding condition :)

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Budgie Genders- 3 Weeks To An Adult In Breeding Condition


Please note this thread is for reference only. If you have a question about your pair please create a thread on the subject rather than posting it here. Thanks

Here are the basics on a budgies cere depending on its age, sex, and mutation and breeding condition!

For the baby pictures I have one of each baby when they are 2-3 weeks old on the left, and again from 6-8 weeks of age on the right so you can see the change and difference between a male and a female, as well as their mutations which can have an impact on the cere as well.

Click Here For Budgie Genders- 3 Weeks To Adult

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