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Discussion in 'Comment Court' started by Livz, 7/22/18.

  1. Livz

    Livz Checking out the neighborhood

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    hello everyone, I’ve been absent from here due to life being way too busy. But I’m back and I need advice. I have one all white beautiful budgie and I’m going to get her a male buddy soon. Is it necessary to keep them completely away from each other until I’ve bonded with the new guy? Meaning can they be in the same room? I know they need to be kept separate, but how separate? I want to have a relationship with both of them but don’t want to lose the bond I’ve formed with Lily. Plz advise.
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  2. Monica

    Monica Biking along the boulevard Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Spotlight Award Avenue Veteran

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    It's best to quarantine new birds, which means separate cage, separate rooms, separate food, and everything. During that time, you can try working on bonding with the new bird.

    I have found though that if one bird is willing and trusting of humans, others will follow.

    An Experiment with Budgies | Avian Avenue Parrot Forum
     
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  3. Shezbug

    Shezbug I have a macaw and don't post enough photos

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    Will you just be putting them into the same room straight away or do you mean after quarantine time? You could be getting to know the new one while it is in quarantine?
     

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