Mostly bird keepers who have only one kind of bird save some other species along with the bird. Each type of bird has its own charm. Due to the limitations of the excess cage, they want to save some species of birds together in a single enclosure. So many people think what if they can put the new bird in the same cage with other birds and they do not get into trouble.
Many people today have several parakeets that also want to save some of the couples in the same enclosure. They have a question in their mind, “Can I keep budgies and lovebirds together? ‘Can Lovebirds and Budgies live together in the same cage without any problems?’. The answer to this question is; Lovebirds and Budgies can not live together.
Lovebirds were slightly larger in size than Budgies, but they have a very strong beak. It can be aggressive towards other species of birds if put together in the same cage. Budgies have a smaller beak, and they can not defend themselves if lovebird one becomes aggressive towards them. Lovebirds parakeet could cut his foot badly injured or make them if you put a parrot in a cage lovebird or otherwise.
Lovebirds, as the name suggests, is a bird of love, but only to the extent, if stored with lovebirds alone. I do not see a problem with a couple who live in colonies together. No matter how many couples stay together in a breeding colony setup, you will not see Lovebird Lovebird, who hurt each other. They live together in peace with another lover in the same cage or colonies.
Despite the good reputation of another lover, they can not tolerate any other species of birds in their cages. A friend of mine had a colony of lovebirds; One day, he bought a couple of finches and put them into the same enclosure where the couple lives. The next day he saw all his finches have their feet injured by the lovers, and he must separate them immediately without any further delay.
The couple can not live with a smaller species of birds but also with another parrot bigger like Cockatiels. They can seriously injure Cockatiels and other larger species of birds with their powerful beaks. They use their beaks to cut anything in their cage. They can cut the wood cage intact and can fly in a very short time. In the same way, they can cut off the toes of other birds if kept together in the same enclosure.
So it is wise not to keep all the other species of birds in the same cage where the couple lives. The young lovebirds and parakeets, if planted together, can sometimes safe to keep in the same enclosure but still a risk for your parakeet. Lovebirds are very defensive and will defend their territory, especially in the breeding season, and can cause serious damage to the budgies.
Even if you have a hand tamed Lovebird and parrots, you can not let them play at the same time without your supervision. You may not know when Lovebird being aggressive and doing damage to your small parrots. It is better to arrange a separate playtime for lovers and parakeets to make it safe for your parakeet. So wise to keep these birds apart for Lovebirds and Budgies can not live together.
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