Yes, budgies can eat radishes. Radishes are a healthy snack for your budgie. They are a good source of riboflavin, calcium, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), folate, and water. However, some budgies may be allergic to radishes. Thus, start with small amounts of the new food to see how your bird reacts before increasing the serving size. Before feeding your budgie radishes, remove the skin and chop them into small pieces.
Budgies can eat other vegetables besides radishes. Budgies love vegetables like cabbage, carrots, spinach, celery stalks, cauliflower, squash, ripe tomatoes, and bok choi. Mushrooms, garlic, onion, green (unripe) tomatoes, raw potatoes, avocado, and rhubarb leaves are poisonous.
Vegetables are essential to a budgie’s diet, but they cannot survive on them alone. Thus, pellets, seeds, and fresh produce should be part of their diet. A varied diet will give your budgie all the nutrients it needs.
Your budgie must be gradually introduced to new foods. Start with a small amount and observe your bird’s reaction. If they like it and tolerate it, you can gradually increase the serving size. You should stop feeding them that food if they vomit, have diarrhea, or lose their appetite.
Radishes are safe for budgies and healthy. Each budgie is different, and some may be allergic to radishes. Start with small amounts of the new food to see how your bird reacts before increasing the serving size. Feed them pellets, seeds, and fresh fruits and vegetables to ensure they get all the nutrients they need.