B is for Budgerigar – #atozchallenge

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A to Z April 2017  Challenge – Animals Birds & Insects Pantoum Poetry

Photo Credit  3 April 2017 B is for Budgerigar – #atozchallenge

Budgerigars have the nickname budgies
A small, long-tailed, seed-eating parrot.
Budgerigars are naturally green and yellow
Breeding in captivity, coloring of blues, whites, yellows, and grays

A small, long-tailed, seed-eating parrot.
With black, scalloped markings on the nape, back, and wings.
Breeding in captivity, coloring of blues, whites, yellows, and grays
The species was first recorded in 1805

With black, scalloped markings on the nape, back, and wings.
Today they are the third most popular pet in the world
The species was first recorded in 1805
The color of the cere is royal blue in males, pale brown in females

Today they are the third most popular pet in the world
Eggs take about 18–20 days before they start hatching.
The color of the cere is royal blue in males, pale brown in females
The young are unable to lift their head and are totally helpless

Eggs take about 18–20 days before they start hatching.
They develop feathers around three weeks of age.
The young are unable to lift their head and are totally helpless
Pet budgies are known for their mimicry, talking ability and charm.

They develop feathers around three weeks of age.
Puck, a male budgerigar, holds the world record for the largest vocabulary
Pet budgies are known for their mimicry, talking ability and charm.
Puck has one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight words most words of any bird

Puck, a male budgerigar, holds the world record for the largest vocabulary
Budgerigars are naturally green and yellow
Puck has one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight words most words of any bird
Budgerigars have the nickname budgie.

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The cere is (the area containing the nostrils) at the top of the beak.
pink cere in immatures Budgies of both sexes until about six months of age

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