PARAKEET PARADISE

Breeding and Keeping Happy Keets :)

WELCOME to PARAKEET PARADISE!!!

Welcome to Parakeet Paradise!! 

This site is dedicated to the growth and development of parakeets.  It is geared to teach the beginner the basics of parakeet reproduction, and to give a photographic display of the developing baby from hatching to fledging (when a bird leaves the nest.)  So, enjoy!

There are many great websites to inform people about how to care for parakeets.  However, this one is specifically focusing on reproduction, so you won't find much detail in the way of general information. At least, not for now.

As a pet owner, it's important to educate yourself about your pet. Please check out this link to Wikipedia, the internet encylopedia, where you can educate yourself all about parakeets. There is some valuable information on this site that might not be covered in my website:

Budgerigar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Let me start by saying, I'm sharing from my experiences as a pet owner, not as a professional breeder.  While I do not consider myself to be a pro with keets by any means, experience is a good teacher.  I've had parakeets as a kid, and most of my adult life, and have recently decided to encourage breeding.  It's an educational experience, and I've wanted to add to my flock.  I had some difficulty finding a website specifically designed to learn about the procreation of parakeets.  I decided that once my keets started reproducing, I would document, photograph growth, and create my own website.   So herein lies my own experience with parakeet breeding...

Parakeets make delightful pets, and come in an array of colors.  They are easy to care for, and don't take up much space.  Most apartments that prohibit pets will allow you to have a parakeet.  They are cheerful, social birds who love attention...be it from you or another parakeet.

Various Pet Bird Egg Sizes: (Open window fully to view)

left to right compared to US Quarter, Nickel, Penny and Dime: Cockatiel egg, Lovebird egg, Parakeet egg, and Zebra Finch egg

Please take time to look at my Zebra Finch page at www.freewebs.com/becszebras 



 
 
 

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