Table of Contents Introduction Your Budgie as a Pet Getting to Know More about Your Lovebird Breeding Season Male or female budgie? Different Colors of Budgies Choosing the Perfect Budgie Specimen Housing for Your Birdies Advantages of Making Your Own Cages Tier boxes Drinking water fount Diet for your birds Management of Your Birds Baby Chicks Marketing your birds Diseases and Treatment Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Budgerigars, also known as the Australian parakeets, budgies, or lovebirds have begun to grow more popular as the best choice for a caged bird pet for children and also a bird for breeding and profit. This book is now going to tell you all about how you can raise budgerigars, whether it is to bring cheer into your house, or just for breeding purposes. Every year, more and more people are looking for the best pet choice for a pet perhaps to keep a little child amused and happy, and also to breed this undoubtedly very sweet and fascinating little bird. Budgerigar societies are coming up all over the World, where the care, the breeding, and tips and techniques on how you can keep your little lovebirds happy and healthy are shared openly to other budgerigar breeders all over the World. So before I tell you more about how you can indulge in either what is going to be a very amusing hobby, or perhaps give you a lifetime source of profit. The only problem is that once you keep them as pets, you may just not want to sell them!
The birds are beautifully illustrated and grouped according to habitat and type. There are also details for each species on behavior, identification, distribution, size, habitat, nesting, eggs and food.
A practical guide to caring for parakeets that covers purchasing, cages and maintenance, food, health care and diseases, behavior, toys, talking, and breeding, and includes a section on wild parakeets in Australia.