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Budgies

All about budgies
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Miss Howard

on 1 December 2010

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Transcript of Budgies

Budgies by Katie Budgie Translations English = budgerigar

German = wellensittich

папагалSpanish = melopsittacus undulates

french = parruche ondule`e

Italian = melopsittacus

portugese = periquito-australiano Вълнист папагал Budgies habbitat Lots of people keep budgies as pets or
enter them in shows, but they're really
from the australian continent. In the U.S budgies usually called
parakeets which means Long Tail. However there are several different parrots called parakeets, so this is quite confusing. Budgie facts Budgies can register 150 images per second, where as humans can register 16 images per second

Budgie eggs are white

They can turn their head 180 degrees

Budgies see the world in colour

Budgies poop every 12-15 minutes

The average life span of a demestic budgie is 5-8 years, however some have been known to live for 15 years

Budgies can count to three The End!!! This
is a
11 day
old
budgie The budgie picture
gallery Check out these Budgie videos budgie taking a bath Taking a swim Snowball loves Michael Jackson Talking budgie Skateboarding budgie Budgie love
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