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Budgerigar Seasonal Care

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Budgerigar Seasonal Care
– Spring –

Spring is a good time to start breeding. In Australia, breeding usually starts in August or September and continues until January. This five month period provides enough time to breed sufficient budgerigars. If budgerigars are bred during the hottest months (January …

Kathy Manton’s Pairing Predictions and Advice

Kathy's Pairing and Breeding Advice

Often you may wonder what you learn at club meetings and the type of banter and conversation well we hope with the help of modern information systems we can show you. Please review some of Kathy’s presentations
 
Kathy Manton discussing Budgerigar Pairing #1 Right-click or ctrl-click this link …

March 2013 Budgerigar Article by Dr Marshall “Philosophy: On Breeding Exhibition Budgerigars”

Budgie Fertility

 
A continuation of article by Dr Marshall
“Philosophy: On Breeding Exhibition Budgerigars”
“Day-Length” Guidelines
The availability of food and water is required for wild budgerigars to breed.  Most often it is the autumn rain pattern of central Australia that creates the best conditions for wild budgerigars to breed.  …

December 2012 Budgerigar Article by Dr Marshall “Philosophy: On Breeding Exhibition Budgerigars”

Budgie Fertility

 
A continuation of article by Dr Marshall “Philosophy: On Breeding Exhibition Budgerigars”
“General Timing” Guidelines
Fertility problems (albeit not in every breeding pair) must be expected when budgerigars are paired at the wrong biological time of the year, irrespective of the presence of artificial lighting or temperature …

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