Puddings & Toyboys

A blog about my beautiful budgies.

2017 Review – Search Terms

This post takes a look at the various search terms that brought people to this blog during 2017.  The most common searches are reflected in posts that had most views (see here).

•  Search terms related to randy budgies:

Lennie, Dalai, Perry & Bezukhov

randy budgie syndrome
randy male budgie syndrome
randy bird syndrome
parakeet ejaculate on my hand
male budgies randy help
how to stop randy budgie syndrome
randy syndrome — Bird related??
randy bird syndrome treatment
clear lumps in sperm — Bird related??

•  Search terms related to noisy budgies:

budgie sounds and what they mean
keep budgies quiet
budgie noise meanings
budgie noise short grunt
busgie noises
female budgie making strange noises to male
budgie sounds

•  Search terms related to feathers:

budgie sticky feathers above beak
budgie tail feather bent
budgie bent tail feather
budgie pin head
parrot pin feathers
flight with uneven wings
budgerigar tatty tail feathers
budgie losing feathers on head

 

Search terms in 2017 (like 2016) were remarkably sensible, so it is very likely that WordPress have filtered out the stranger ones!  There were very few health related search terms – it would be nice to think that indicated that fewer budgies were sick in 2017…

I hope this blog has continued to be informative for those searching for budgie related issues.

 

One response to “2017 Review – Search Terms

  1. rosebudgie 6 January 2018 at 09:41

    The international interest in randy budgies is still most intriguing! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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