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budgerigar fledgling disease
a polyomavirus infection of young psittacines that causes failure of feather growth, hepatic and renal necrosis, and sometimes death.
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one for the birds Raymond Howarth at his budgie boarding centre feathered friends Ray's residents include cockatiels (above and below), budgerigars (top) and barrabands (bottom)
In second place was budgie Billy Squires, from London and third was Joey Wallace, of Glasgow.
Mrs Limbrick urged anyone knowing anything of the budgies or the burglars to call the police or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
The five-year-old budgie shares his love of spicy food with his owners, Yvonne Lamb and her boyfriend John Ricketts.
Exercise is a huge factor in making sure your budgie is happy and healthy and it's best to let your budgie fly around one room in your house.
BIRD lovers and their feathered friends flocked to the North East's biggest budgie show.
THESE are the amazing pictures of a budgie on the bevvy - whose owners reckon he's out-living other birds.
In a male budgie the cere is usually blue, and in a female it is brown.
Budgies can be friendly companions but we should all think hard before we take on any animals as they are a commitment for life.
If your budgie is an adult and the cere has changed colour recently, it's best to get your budgie checked out by a vet with a special interest in birds.
HERE'S one jailbird not happy at being sprung from prison A con's pet budgie that squawks "lights out" every night has been made homeless by the closure of Camp Hill on the Isle of Wight.
MY budgie has had diarrhoea and his feathers are all fluffed up.