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Budgie Parakeet Adults Currently Available

While our budgie babies are typically reserved before they are born, we often have young adults available for immediate adoption. Like all of our birds, they eat an organic, wholesome diet and are provided opportunities for exercise, flight and play. Adoption fees are $5 and up depending on age, color, variety, and level of training and/or tameness. Please read the description below each photo for details. Sorry, no shipping. Pick up is in Fort Collins, Colorado. We also have cages, organic foods and other budgie supplies available for purchase at time of pick up.

PLEASE NOTE: Our specialized breeding program is on hold until further notice. We plan to resume after we build a new free-flight walk-in aviary building (hopefully in 2016). Check back here for future updates or send us an email so we can contact you once we’ve completed construction. Thanks for your patience.

Adoption Procedure:

  1. Respond to our pre-adoption questionnaire.
  2. Email your responses to: Jen @ puppies are prozac . com (remove all spaces in the address first).
  3. While waiting for your pick up appointment, please read our care page. Also take a look at the cages and supplies we offer just for our adopters!

More Budgie Parakeet Pages:

Nutrition and Food Recommendations: Birds fed seed-only diets have a much shorter life span. We provide lists of healthy foods and show you how to grow your own sprouts.

Colors, Varieties, Mutations, Genetics: Budgie Parakeets come in a rainbow of colors. This page has beautiful photos with variety and mutation descriptions.

How To Care For Your Budgie Parakeet: What is the best cage and how should I set it up? How do I keep my budgie healthy and safe? What are the best toys and playtime activities? How do I trim their wing feathers?

FAQ (frequently asked questions): What is a budgie parakeet’s personality like? What are the differences between American parakeets and English budgies? How do you tell a male from a female? Should you keep one, two or more? How long do they live? Where did the species originate?

Training, Tricks, Talking: A step-by-step guide for finger-training, trust-building, and bonding. Watch informative and entertaining video demonstrations. Find out how many words they can learn to say.

Play gyms, Stands and Perches: How to make your own (or order a custom one from us).

Homemade Aviaries and Flight Cages: How to converted used furniture into large flight cages and beautiful indoor aviaries.

Parakeet Food and Supplies Market: We offer organic, homemade bird food plus other essential bird supplies.

Budgie Parakeet Breeder in Colorado: Our family raises, hand-feeds, trains and adores budgie parakeets! Learn more about our selective breeding program and view our gorgeous, tame birds.

Inside Our Aviary: See where our birds live — flight enclosures, breeding room, play gyms.

Our Flock of Budgie Parakeets: Take a peek at our gorgeous feathered friends. Lots of photos with color mutations listed!

Adorable Pictures of Our Hand-fed Babies: Come ooh and aahh over all the cuteness and watch them grow up!

Pre-Adoption Questionnaire: If you are interested in adopting one (or more) of our parakeets, please respond to these questions.

Budgie Baby Waiting List: I know how hard it is to wait when you’re excited but I promise you, the wait is worth it!

12 comments… add one

  • SHERRYLEEJONES

    YOUR BIRDS ARE GORGEOUS AM INTERESTED IN CORY & MARLEY THE
    WHITES

  • gary smith

    50 year owner of budgies. For daughter who has also owned bird. she works out of home, no other pets her bird recently died. No noxious fumes good living coonditiions here in Utah. Could pick up in Fort Collins. Please place name on list. Prefer blue Thanks Gary Smith M.D.

  • Maya Slickis

    Keep up the great hand-feeding……….!!!!!!

  • bobbi

    Like to buy two for my mom who is a senior and loves birds

  • Marilyn

    I am in the process of filling out your adoption form I have a few questions I am not particular on the sex or age of budgie or what breed it is also I would like two companion budgies. Do you have anything availale at this time? What would be the cost for both buggies? Thank You Marilyn

  • Shannon

    I had a parakeet when I was young that I loved and who was a happy health bird, so when my son wanted one, I jumped on board. Unfortunately the parakeet we bought from a local pet store was terribly tramatized when he was removed from the others and it has taken him a full 6 months to start singing and acting like a happy bird. We have him out of his cage daily and he allows my son and daughter to handle him, but his is still skitish. We would like him to have a friend, but I am very wary of buying from a pet store again. Do you have any adults available for adoption or can we be placed on a waiting list for a baby?

  • karen

    interested in buying a hand-raised budgie for a friend to a blue one I already own.

  • Jennifer Satori

    I am interested in any full grown or otherwise hand fed and tame budgie as a companion to my budgie. I am looking to take one home right away and am interested in particular in “Homewood”. Is this bird available?
    Jennifer

  • clyde

    We got 3 parakeets in 2005. (Buddy-blue, Sunny-yellow, Herbie-white). Since then, Buddy and Herbie passed away 🙁 . We have since gotten “Silly”-(blue and white) for Sunny. It has been about 6 months they were together. Now Sunny has sadly passed away, leaving just Silly. I want to get 2 more and my wife wants to get just 1 more. We have a pretty big cage, about 24″x24″x36″. What would be best, 1 or 2 more? Thanks

  • Kelley Barrs

    Hello,

    E-mailed sometime ago .. Never heard back. I hope you will be up & running in 2016. I would love to give a baby parakeet a loving home.
    Thank you,

    Kelley Barrs
    Colorado Springs

  • Linda Valletti

    Budgies, hand-fed are the PERFECT pet. In the past I’ve had males and a female. I would be interested in adopting a hand-fed young adult. I have a 2 yr. old male parrotlet. Do you ship? What is the price to N. Georgia? thanks. Linda

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