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Read Budgie Diary: The World through the Eyes of a Parakeet [Alen AxP]
They love lots of space, toys, and of course humans. They can learn any language and can master up to 1728 words. Welcome to the world of a Budgie, the friendliest bird in the world.
A budgie, or Parakeet, originates from Australia. He showed up in Europe in the early 18th century and everyone loved him. He was easy to breed and became a popular bird in the homes of the rich. By the mid-18th century, most of Europe knew who this friendly little bird was.
America soon caught wind of this little charmer. By the 1920s, the Parakeet had found his way into American soil and became popular by the 1950s. Today the Budgie is the most popular bird in the world.
The Parakeet bird has a signature green color on his feathers. This was the only color he had before the world discovered his other family members. In India, the Budgie has a cousin known as the Indian Ring-necked Parakeet. He gets his name from the tiny black ring around his green neck. The Indian ring-necked Parakeet has a red beak as well.
His other cousin is the mustached Parakeet. The name comes from the black semi-circular patch below his beak, his mustache. He may also have red feathers on his chest contrasting with his green body.
An adult budgie is 6 to 7 inches long and can live for 15 years. His greatest ancestor is said to have lived for 20 years. With plenty of care and lots of love, the budgie can outlive his timeframe.