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How to distinguish female parrots from males

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Many dream to get wavy parrots, but when they come to the pet store they are lost, because they simply do not know how to determine the sex of the future pet.

There are several ways to distinguish the female parrot budgies from the male.

When buying a bird, you should carefully inspectThe beak of the beak that is in its upper part. It is much easier to determine the sex of a parrot on a wax, if the age of the acquired bird exceeds three months. At this age, in parrots' females, the waxen gets a grayish-white or brown hue, while in males it becomes blue. The feet of the males also have a bluish color.

Usually the behavior of male parrots is moreActive. It is the males who like to poke, sing, make a noise and attract attention to themselves. Finding themselves in a new environment, males show a desire to actively explore what surrounds them.

It will be a little harder to determine the sex of the bird ifParrot only 1-2 months old. At this age, in females, the waxen is white with a bluish tint, and in males a violet shade. Samoids parakeets usually have a calmer character than males.

Those who decided to buy a budgerigarWhite coloring, it is necessary to rely only on the competence of sellers, since these birds can only be identified at an early age, when the chicks are still in the nest under the care of their parents.

How to distinguish female parrots from males Was last modified: June 20th, 2017 By Souqyysf
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