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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-31-2013, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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i am new in this field,,i build a cage in a room 12 feet width and 10 feet height with three partitions , covered by a plastic sheet, there is one window in that room, also covered by the plastic sheet,,i purchased 10 bajri pairs on 29-12-2013
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1-is there any need of heater in room?
2-when will they starts breeding?
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Welcome, I am not sure what bajri are... budgies? If so colony breeding is not recommended due to fighting over nest areas. They can be quite vicious! What is the temp of the room?
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i have budgerigar parrots,,there is winter season and about room temperature i am not exactly sure
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i have budgerigar parrots,,there is winter season and about room temperature i am not exactly sure
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Winter is not typically breeding season... I'm not sure if you need a heater or not. Generally if you are comfortable so are your birds. They cannot handle cold drafty damp weather.
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It depends where you're located really. If you're somewhere where your winter is warm then that's fine. As said above, you don't want to risk colony breeding. Budgies can, will and do go into others nests and kill their chicks

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and welcome. For being new to the field you are quite ambitious. Good luck and have fun

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It depends where you're located really. If you're somewhere where your winter is warm then that's fine. As said above, you don't want to risk colony breeding. Budgies can, will and do go into others nests and kill their chicks
Oops.. I think of winter as being cold... Warm winters are a foreign concept!
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Budgies

Thanks to all friends to answer my question,,Budgies are flying well ,,only one of them is not flying from previous two days,,what should i do?
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