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Budgie Parakeets

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

  • Hunter Nelson

    Do you breed birds? If so then please notify me on how much a month old parakeet would be

  • We breed budgie parakeets. They aren’t ready for new homes until after they’ve been weaned from their handfeeding formula which is typically around 5-7 wks of age. Please visit our adoption page to see what is available and the prices:

  • Rob Myers

    Hi my name is Rob Myers and I was writing to see if I could purchase or get on the waiting list for two hand raised budgies, when there ready.My girlfriend and I just moved in to a new house and we would like to welcome some new family members.

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  • Sara Huth

    I have a question for you: where are you located?!!! I love your informational website! I have had two Budgies that were hand-raised and learned to talk. They lived relatively long lives. The last one we had was a rescue bird. She has been abused and was terrified of humans, or any kind of movement. She finally came to trust the family enough to come down to eat in front of us. She never let us touch her, until just before she passed away. We are hoping to get another young bird soon. Thank you.

  • Iris

    I love your family! I have 2 females and 1 male budgie and I’m hoping for a ready-to-breed male when one comes along 😉 Happy budgies!

  • lindsay

    I have a large aviary with 7 budgies. I have just discovered one has a wing abnormality and flies very poorly. He crawls up the sides of the aviary to get around. The other birds torment him. I have left his cage inside the aviary with the door open. They stop him from coming out sometimes and go inside to intimidate him. Do I leave him in there as he is. Or should I bring him inside the house with us. I don’t want to do the wrong thing. I am very new at this. Any advice would be appreciated. Lindsay.

  • marian

    hi jenna
    Is there a budgie enhancing food ythat can make a budgies color darker and bring out the mauve coloring I know that canaries have this food that changes their color to orange as they have stated in the petshop What type of food should I give Michiko besides moulting conditioning food veggie honey sticks and millet I try variety of foods so thst he does not get bored he just loves his stick honey and loves the other food can you tell me if there is a budgie enhancing food for budgies

  • Victoria Gregoire

    Trying to contact u to request an order of 2 budgies and eventually purchase a set up of cage and other items to house the budgies safely. We live in the Denver area and the busies are for my mom. We can travel to your area and fill out necessary forms and answer any questions you may have. My phone number is . Please respond adapt since my mom is anxious to receive a friendly pair of budgies,

    Thank you in advance.

  • marian

    October 7th I lost my beautiful mauve cobalt blue budgie he died of a stroke after falling of his perch he had epilepsy and the fits would come daily he was well feed and good food was given to him he was born this way the vet said he may have been this way he fell of his perch screaming and he hit the ground of the cage he could not get up he lost his eyesight he was blind he tried to go on his swing but I told him no and he listen he went to sit on his perch I was up all night with him when a bird has a stroke they cannot eat which he did and drink he finally realized he was paralyzed and the next day he was cackling thinking all was well his toe curled his leg was red and he could no longer stand on his feet with his good leg he went to the middle of the floor of the cage and Ispoke to him and told him he was a good boy he turned his head and spoke thesewords love you and he passed away you see he had a blood clot that went to his heart and he passedaway minutes later he was ver verbal he talked a few words, the vet told me look for a bird who constantly twitches falls of the perch screams when falling he went blind and could not see at all he lost weight
    he was very smart bird but it seems he was not born healthy do not buy a bird who twitches a lot in the cage. my female budgie is 13 years old and she grieved like you would not believe, Fritizie has no mate. I did get another bird his name is lucky hes very playful but does not like Fritzie the girl bird. I was able to tell Michiko he was loved and he did turn to hear my voice we had buried him and all so if you have questions on this I will answer your question.
    We were devastated by our loss and it seems strange that he is not here we had buried him in the area where all our budgies are buried He was a good bird

  • John C Souilliard

    I have a question for you. Are female lutino parakeets fertile? I have 2 and I am thinking on breeding parakeets. Please get back to me as soon as you can. Thank you.

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