my two parakeets keep kissing does that mean they are mating or what?

I have had my parakeets for a month and they have been kissing for about 2 weeks know. so does that mean that mean they are mating? I really want to know so if you know please tell me.

6 Answers

  • PASO
    1 month ago

    Birds are very social animals and they like to preen each other and spend time together. They are probably at the first stages of bonding and are regurgitating for each other as it is a form of affection and what parent birds do to help their mates when they are sitting on eggs.

    It is very natural and fun to watch your birds enjoying each others company!

    Nancy Daniels

    Parrot Adopt Southern Ontario

  • Keeping Secrets
    1 month ago

    No. They are probably just crooning each other and making friends. It sounds gross, but sometimes one bird will regurgitate its food and feed it to the other one. Mother birds do this for their babies, so it is a sign of affection. I had two parakeets who used to do this.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    if you want them to mate, you have to put a nesting box in their cage. it’s great that they are kissing (they are actually feeding each other) it shows that they like each other and will make a great pair.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    no…if you see the guy humping the girl then they are mating

    but kissing is differrent

    just a sign of friendship =-]

  • Mel
    1 month ago

    Nah, they’re kissing is equivalent to us humans hugging

  • Brian S
    1 month ago

    no. its a sign of frindship among birds…

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