It's not my experience. Usually on Polish groups on Facebook people, who keep 3 parrots are criticized (once time when somebody wrote me to go to the prison I was so angry and wrote here a post about differences America vs Europe).Hi Sunny,
I have had a happier experience than Rozalka.
Mother attacked her son. There was even blood in the cage and on the nearbest wallIf you do not mind, why did you have to separate your trio?
Mother attacked her son. There was even blood in the cage and on the nearbest wall
It happened when the baby wasn't independent yet. Our theory was because there hatched only one baby. But now I don't believe in it 'cause they were my first parrots and I believed in everything what my parents said (who had no more experience). It took me years to notice that I have bigger knowledge than theyYes, I have seen this before and not just for budgies.Mother attacked her son. There was even blood in the cage and on the nearbest wall
It is my understanding that this is "the nature" way to reduces the chance of inbreeding. When the baby is grown up he may provokes a strong sense of repulse in their parents and usually female parrots tend to be more aggressive than males.
I think it would have been safier if your three budgies were not related.
It happened when the baby wasn't independent yet
It took me years to notice that I have bigger knowledge than they