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To enhance their nutritional intake, introduce fresh vegetables like carrots, broccoli, spinach, and kale, finely chopped or grated to suit their small beaks. Don’t forget to include some colorful fruits like apples, pears, and berries, which not only provide essential vitamins but also add a delightful burst of flavor to their diet. Cooked grains like quinoa, brown rice, and couscous can be offered occasionally for added variety and nutrients. As an occasional treat, offer small amounts of plain, unsalted nuts and seeds like sunflower seeds and almonds.
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My budgie really loves his mirror, he never leaves it except to eat, and when I take it away he doesn’t do anything. Is this ok?
White vomit in budgies could indicate regurgitation rather than true vomiting. Regurgitation is a normal behavior in budgies as a way to show affection or communicate with their reflection in a mirror. However, if the regurgitation becomes excessive or if the vomit appears different in color or consistency, it could be a cause for concern.
Regarding the mirror, budgies have a tendency to become fixated on their reflections, which can lead to behavioral issues or a lack of interest in other activities. It’s generally recommended to limit a budgie’s exposure to mirrors to prevent overattachment. Consider providing a variety of toys, perches, and activities to keep your budgie mentally and physically stimulated.
Remember, it’s always best to seek professional advice from a qualified veterinarian who can assess your budgie’s specific situation and provide personalized recommendations.
I am sorry to hear that. I suggest you visit your local Avian Vet as soon as possible! Wish you luck!