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Popular as pets due to their small size, beauty, and intelligence, Green-Cheeked Conures (Green-Cheeked Parakeet) have stolen many a bird lover's heart in recent years. Their curiosity, spunk, and playful nature make them interesting and entertaining pets. Mischievous and engaging, green-cheeked conures pack a lot of personality into a small package. The fact that is less noisy than most other parrots adds to the appeal. They are known to be affectionate and playful with their owners, thriving on time spent socializing with them. Although quieter than most conure species, this can still be a noisy bird and may be a problem for apartment-dwellers. Some can learn a few words, but green-cheeked conures are not generally known as great talkers. However, most owners will tell you that their personalities more than make up for what they might lack in the speech department. While the green-cheeked conure's beauty and brains make it an attractive potential pet, the truth is that not everyone has what it takes to own a conure or any bird. Before bringing a green-cheeked conure home, do plenty of research to make sure that you will be able to accommodate the needs of your new companion. Can you afford a spacious birdcage, and do you have room for it in your home? Do you have extra cash to set aside in case of emergency vet visits? Can you commit two to four hours a day to supervise and interact with your parrot during out-of-cage play and exercise? If you can't answer these questions with an unwavering "yes," then chances are a parrot is not the right pet for you. The average lifespan of a Green-Cheeked Conure is about 30 years. We offer mostly weaned babies so that the owner can train them and create a perfect family bond. Breeder Pairs also available. NB!! Instructions and feeding manuals offered for free.
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The sulphur-crested cockatoo is one of the largest of the several species of beautiful white cockatoos. Although spectacular in appearance, this large parrot is very large, very intelligent, very long-lived, very noisy—and very challenging to keep as a pet. For a motivated owner, the sulfur-crested will be a once-in-a-lifetime pet. Large parrots like Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are highly intelligent and need plenty of exercise and space to play. Potential owners should realize that unless these birds are given adequate exercise and mental stimulation, they may be driven to behaviors such as feather plucking and destructive chewing. To combat the onset of these behaviors, owners must be diligent about providing their pets with plenty of toys and attention. Sulphur-crested cockatoos have quite a long lifespan, with some living up to 80 years in captivity if cared for properly. We offer mostly weaned babies so that the owner can train them and create a perfect family bond. Breeder Pairs also available. NB!! Instructions and feeding manuals offered for free.
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Brilliantly colorful, intelligent, friendly, and loaded with personality, the Sun Conure (Sun Parakeet) has long been popular among families fond of companion birds. The sun conure is a playful, amusing bird that enjoys athletic tricks. In general, it is a very affectionate and even cuddly bird that is gentle to all members of the family provided they treat it well. It is easily trained. The bird is not without assertiveness, though; it can turn aggressive suddenly if it is provoked. The sun conure is extremely loud, capable of emitting ear-piercing screams. This is not a bird for apartment or condo dwellers. Conures are not shy birds and will let you know if their needs are not being met. The loud, shrill call is used to bring attention to important situations, and many birds have been known to become excellent "watchdogs." Sun conures are not known as talkers, but some birds demonstrate an uncanny ability to mimic other types of sounds, such as doorbells, microwave buzzers, and telephone chimes. The average lifespan of a Sun Conure is about 25 to 30 years. We offer mostly weaned babies so that the owner can train them and create a perfect family bond. Breeder Pairs also available. NB!! Instructions and feeding manuals offered for free.
Like many other types of Pionus parrots, the Bronze-Winged Pionus hails from South America. These are very uniquely colored birds -- once you know what a Bronze-Winged Pionus looks like, you aren't likely to forget! These birds prefer to spend their time in the woodlands and forested areas as opposed to plains, as they like to seek shelter and cover in the foliage. Popular in captivity, the Bronze-Winged Pionus can be found in pet homes all over the world. The Bronze-Winged Pionus is known for having a gentle and calm disposition for a parrot. They form very strong bonds with their owners, and they revel in being able to spend time with them. Plenty of social interaction is an important key to the successful keeping of a Bronze-Winged Pionus. Those interested in adopting one of these birds should make sure that they can devote a significant amount of each day to playing and interacting with their pet. Some Bronze-Winged Pionus may have a tendency to become "one person" birds, showing extreme devotion to their owners and shunning attention from other people. Those adopting a young Bronze-Winged Pionus are encouraged to have their entire family interact with the bird regularly, in an effort to prevent this type of behavior. When well cared for, the Bronze-Winged Pionus can live for about 30 years. We offer mostly weaned babies so that the owner can train them and create a perfect family bond. Breeder Pairs also available. NB!! Instructions and feeding manuals offered for free.