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Well, i have been curious about the budgies in the wild, How do they survive? (i know this doesn't apply to everywhere •But•) How do they survive with the muddy water and all?

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Take a look at these links.

http://www.nwf.org/Kids/Ranger-Rick/...-and-Tame.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budgerigar

Thirsty wild budgies - YouTube
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The birds of Australia are very adaptable. They used to live in the rain forests many many years ago, but that all dried and turned into desert. They drink the "muddy" water, and when it gets too hot, they take cover.

If you can get your hands on this video at your local library I recommend you borrow it. It's educated me on everything I need to know about our wild birds and how they survive.

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Wow, That Flock of budgies is Amazing! Thanks for the Links!
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The birds of Australia are very adaptable. They used to live in the rain forests many many years ago, but that all dried and turned into desert. They drink the "muddy" water, and when it gets too hot, they take cover.

If you can get your hands on this video at your local library I recommend you borrow it. It's educated me on everything I need to know about our wild birds and how they survive.

Thanks, I'll look for it
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ooo that thirsty budgies is amazing.

there is another documentary about wild budgies:
The Wild Bush Budgie VHSRip :-P - YouTube
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ooo that thirsty budgies is amazing.

there is another documentary about wild budgies:
The Wild Bush Budgie VHSRip :-P - YouTube
A budgie drowned
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what we call "the wild" is what they call home. budgerigars are perfectly adapted to the australian environment (much more than they are adapted to living in a cage). i dont think they care if the waters a bit muddy .
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Well, i have been curious about the budgies in the wild, How do they survive? (i know this doesn't apply to everywhere •But•) How do they survive with the muddy water and all?
Hey Mani.

Check these links.

http://www.birdhealth.com.au/bird/bu...ildbudgie.html

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