What would be easiest to look after?

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Question by Demi-Leigh: What would be easiest to look after?
What would be the easiest bird to look after, a budgie, gourke or a cockatiel? :)

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2 Responses to What would be easiest to look after?

  1. Cockatiels their cute not bit i have 15 of them if you get them as babies ( i raise them ) they can bee sooo sweet and fluffy other wise peraketes their small about half your hand many colors but their shy unless u really really try to train them as babies… i also have a gophin cockatu i huge bird like a hand + the fingers and half of anouther hand… their sweet manly boy birds sing… talk rarly girls

    Kayla Javalin
    June 16, 2014 at 2:06 am
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  2. Well budgies would be the easiest. They are small in size and don’t cause as much mess as bourke’s and cockatiels. Make sure you buy a young budgie, with shiny eyes, and vibrant colors. Getting a young one and spending time with it frequently usually makes them a well behaved parakeet when they become an adult. They are not much. They are only around $ 18. Don’t mix 2 females together because they might get aggressive. Parakeets with brown cere (nose) are females.Parakeets with blue.purple ceres are males. When parakeets are young its hard to determine their gender. So basically parakeets are the easiest ones to handle. They are small, family friends, not expensive at all, and great singers. Here’s some tips on caring for a budgie if you decide to get one. Good Luck with whichever one you choose =)

    Lila
    June 16, 2014 at 2:42 am
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