I have below pair of budgies. I think the white one is male and yellow one is female, however I want a confirmation.
Please help in identifying the gender.
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The dark yellow one is a female - note the brown above the beak (cere).
The other budgie, the pale yellow (I don't see it as white) is likely a young male with the purple cere, that will turn blue as he matures.
They are very cute, enjoy!
Consider the age of your budgie. If your budgie is less than 4 months old, it will have immature colors respective to their sex. Before this time, the colored area that shows sex will be pink or purple on a male and white or pale blue on a female. If your budgie hasn't had its first molt, has dark button eyes, and has bars coming from its head to cere, then it's less than four months old.
- If your budgie is immature or less than 4 months old, the cere on males will slowly turn deep blue and females will keep white or pale blue before showing tan.