Different Types of Budgies
The Cobalt Budgie has a dark blue body, with black striped wings. They have a white face with three black spots on their neck.
The Dark Green Budgie has a green body with a yellow back and wings, their tail feathers are a blue black color. Around the neck there are three black spots on each side, with purple patches on the cheek.
The Grey Budgie mainly has a grey body with white stripes on the back and wings, with a white face. Around the neck of the budgie there are three spots on each side, with blue grey cheek patches.
Company for Budgies
Budgies are sociable animals and so it is best to keep budgies in pairs, however if you only want one budgie they will require a lot more attention like handling and talking to them. If you keep a female and a male together they may breed you will notice the male singing to the female and the female bobbing its head if they are mating. Lifespan The lifespan of a budgie is between seven and ten years.