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Hawk headed parrot for sale

$850
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Talking Hawk headed Parrot Talking Hawk-headed Parrot. The hawk-headed parrot is a colorful bird. Its back, wings and tail are green, and its breast, belly, vent and base of its neck are covered with gray and red feathers, edged in blue. The underside of the tail feathers is black. The bird’s forehead is a creamy white mixed with brown. When scared or excited, hawk-headed parrots can erect their nape feathers, forming a fan above their heads. This display plumage is unique among New World parrots. Species: Deroptyus accipitrinus Other names: Red-fan Vocabulary: 10 words Lifespan: 30-35 years Adults have yellow eyes, a gray bill and black feet, while juveniles have brown eyes and a light-colored bill. Hawk-headed parrots can most frequently be seen perching on high, bare branches displaying their long tails and colorful plumage. Males and females lack sexual dimorphism, meaning they appear identical. Buy Talking Hawk-headed Parrot. Hawk-headed parrots are playful, cuddly, affectionate and active birds that show a low to moderate talking potential. They love to interact with their owners. Only a few of the individuals speak and when they do the voice is soft and whisper-like. The little guys are sometimes really moody and mischievous. PROS: They are unique, attractive and lively. CONS: Frequent interaction with owners is needed. Can get really aggressive so they are definitely not good for beginner bird keepers. Parrots are beautiful, vocal and expressive birds who are great entertainers. But unfortunately, they are the most abandoned pets by their owners. Many people want to keep parrots because of their exotic-ness and talking ability but fail to calculate the amount of time, affection and money they will need to put for the care of their talking feathery friends. To keep a parrot you need to be really obsessive about them and be willing to keep them even if they fail to talk or be a good pet. Size Hawk-headed parrots are much smaller than other common Amazonian parrots. Birds in the Psittacidae family range in length from 4-40 inches (10-100 centimeters). The hawk-headed parrot is 12-14 inches (30-35 centimeters) long and weighs up to 10.5 ounces (300 grams). Native Habitat Hawk-headed parrots inhabit a large range of South American rainforests in Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Regionally, they are divided into two subspecies, the accipitrinus north of the Amazon River and the fuscifrons south of the Amazon River. The accipitrinus are commonly known as blue-crowned hawk-heads, with fuscifrons commonly known as Brazilian hawk-heads. Communication Hawk-headed parrots produce a unique range of vocalizations. Food/Eating Habits These parrots are intelligent and creative, with the ability to solve puzzles when foraging for their food. They eat guavas, Inga fruits, berries, seeds, nuts, buds and leaves. At the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, they eat pellets and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Keepers train the birds using small pieces of fruit and peanuts. Social Structure They are social and are usually found in pairs or small groups of three to seven birds. Reproduction and Development Hawk-headed parrots begin their mating season in December. From December to January, larger foraging flocks separate into nesting pairs. They are monogamous and often select life-long mating partners before they reach sexually maturity. In courtship, male hawk-headed parrots produce musical whistles and bugle-like sounds while flashing their head feathers and bobbing their heads. The female also raises her crest feathers, and both males and females weave their heads from side to side. The nesting season takes place between January and March but varies by region and in some places extends to June. The female lays one to three medium-sized, white eggs in the nest cavity. Hawk-headed parrot parents often use the same nest cavity in an abandoned tree hole for years and may be seen resting in their nest hollow year-round. The female rarely leaves the nest while incubating her eggs for about 26 days. During this time, the male cares for her. Chicks hatch blind and featherless with pink skin. At first, chicks are helpless. Both parents help feed and raise the young. Wild chicks fledge at 10-12 weeks old.
$850

Hyacinth Macaw for Sale

$2,500
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Breed: Hyacinth Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$2,500

Jenday Conure for sale

$500
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Breed: Conure Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$500

Lear's macaw for sale

$800
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Lear’s macaw for sale The Lear’s Macaw sits next to the Hyacinth as one of the last two remaining blue macaws in the wild in Brazil. The ongoing destruction of the natural habitat as well as illegal trafficking has threatened the survival of this species more than ever. Lear’s macaw for sale available now at your favourite macaw parrot farm. Just place your order and wait for your new best friend. Together with the government of Brazil, ACTP has actively engaged in the protection and the conservation of the Lear’s Macaw for sale in the wild. spix's macaw for sale spix's macaw for sale online spix's macaw for sale near me spix's macaw price spix's macaw for adoption purebred spix's macaw spix's macaw breeders where to buy a spix's macaw online spix's macaw for sale in usa spix's macaw for sale in canada spix's macaw for sale in uae spix's macaw for sale in australia spix's macaw for sale in europe  
$800

Lilac crowned amazon parrot for sale

$780
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Description Lilac Crowned Amazons are sweet, affectionate, loving, and very social parrots. As with all parrots, they must be socialized to keep this personality they’re so well known for. They live 40 to 60 years, and some even older due to modern healthier diets, exercise, and mental stimulation. All Amazon parrots need a lot of interaction and socialization. As an owner, you must know how to handle a medium to a large-sized parrot, and how to train one before you purchase one. A lot of thought and consideration should go into the idea of getting one for a companion bird. Lilac Crowned Amazons are not only strikingly beautiful, but they are a very compassionate and sweet bird that is highly intelligent. A Lilac Crowned Amazon averages 13 inches from beak to tail. As with most Amazons, the body color is green, with many highlighting colors. What makes this Amazon unique is that the yellow”crown” on its head and parts of its face are purple. They also have red, and violet on their wing feathers.
$780

Lutino cockatiel for sale online

$300
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Description Lutino Cockatiel for Sale   Lutino Cockatiel for Sale,the gorgeous Lutino Cockatiel was the second cockatiel mutation to be established, with the first being the Pied Cockatiel. Unlike the Pied however, the Lutino Cockatiel for sale,took the aviculture world by storm. It became an immediate hit because it was so like a miniature white Cockatoo with a pale yellow breast and almost white body, tail, and wings.The head and crest are a primrose yellow and both sexes have bright orange cheek patches and red eyes. This was like the story of the ugly duckling turning into a beautiful swan. All Lutino Cockatiels are descended from one single male cockatiel. It was in a nest of two of these youngsters, in 1958, that he was surprised with a baby with pink eyes. It did take another two years for Mr. Barringer to mate a female lutino daughter back to the father to produce the first male lutino. Cockatiels are probably the most popular of the parrot family with their main competition being the Budgerigar.They are hardy, easily handle changes in their home, and are easy to breed. On top of that, keeping a cockatiel as a pet is easy because they are not noisy parrots and they are comfortable when left alone for long periods of time. Cockatiel’s evolved as nomadic creatures, surviving in a variety of diverse and rugged habitats. They are constantly on the move, changing locations with the seasonal fluctuations of food and water supplies. This native habitat and their adaptive behavior has made them well suited as pets.   Care and feeding of a Lutino Cockatiel   Good sized bird cages are a must for good cockatiel care. The cage for a cockatiel should measure a minimum of 24″ length by 18″ high and 18″ wide. This will leave enough room for several toys and still give the bird room to fully stretch his/her wings without hitting them. Many birds can spend most of their time on a playpen or parrot perch. Bird food consists of a variety of sprouts, seeds, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and commercial pellets. Bird Food: A commercial cockatiel seed mix is generally regarded as suitable along with a good vitamin supplement. You can supplement your cockatiel’s diet with green foods such as dandelion leaves, weeds, carrot tops, celery, watercress, spinach, peas, seedling grasses, and millet. Cuttlebones are recommended to help provide calcium and to help keep the beak trim. Grit should not be provided. Parrots that eat seed whole without shelling it first require grit, but cockatiels shell their seed before eating it, so don’t need grit. Water: Give your cockatiel fresh drinking water every day. You can also add soluble vitamins and minerals to the water. Bird Baths: Your Lutino Cockatiel (for Sale) will enjoy a bath! Bird baths can be either a dish in the bottom of the cage or a light misting with a spray bottle. Bird Grooming: Cockatiel care also includes grooming. It is important to keep their wings clipped. This will prevent your cockatiel from taking to the air and you never seeing it again. It also facilitates taming cockatiels. Fresh branches from trees and bushes such as oak, maple, and fruit trees will give hours of chewing and climbing pleasure while exercising and trimming the beak and nails. Good cockatiel care will keep your bird healthy and active for years. Fresh food and water must be provided daily.   Housing   Bird Cages: Cockatiels love roomy cages! Cockatiel cages must be at least wide enough for the cockatiel to spread its wings out without touching the sides, so a very minimum of 18″ wide by 18″ high by 24″ length (45 x 45 x 60 cm) is essential. Chew resistant metal cockatiel cages are important, as wooden cages will easily be destroyed. Cockatiel cages with horizontal bars on the sides are nice because these little birds love to climb. Using a cage skirt or fine screen around the bottom of the sides will help lessen seed scattering. Bird Perch: Provide one or two perches about 3/4′ in diameter and dishes hanging from the side for feed, water, and grit. Try to place the perches away from dishes so the food and water dish do not become soiled with bird droppings. Do not use plastic because your bird will chew and break the plastic and it can become hazardous. Where to Place Cockatiel Cages: Place the cage in an area out of drafts and sudden temperature changes. Putting it at eye level or higher will make the bird feel more secure. Covering the cage at night is not necessary but will help to keep the bird calm and give it a greater sense of security. Aviary: A roomy outdoor aviary (depending on your area) can be a good choice. Do not house with lovebirds, however, as lovebirds can be very aggressive birds. The outdoor aviary needs to have a protected shelter that can be heated and cooled where necessary.   Appearance Of Lutino Cockatiel   The lutino’s appearance Yellow/white bodies with orange cheek patches and a yellow head and mane are also found in cockatiels. Red eyes appear in infants and gradually darken as they grow older. The cockatiel mutation, in reality, lacks melanin pigment. As a result, this mutation allows for the creation of black, brown, and grey colors. As a result, the hue of the cockatiel can range from yellow to creamy white, with orange cheek patches. Some golden color can be found on the crest, sides of the face, and tail. Flesh-colored beak, foot, and toenails.   Social Behaviors of Cockatiel bird   Cockatiels travel in flocks in the wild and this influences cockatiel behavior in captivity. Their social ‘flock’ disposition along with their native habitat makes them well suited as pets. They are hardy, adapt easily to change, and are easy to breed. A big plus is that cockatiels are not noisy and can be left alone for long periods of time. They make a very loving and devoted pet if bonded properly. Toys designed to be destroyed by small beaks are perfect for cockatiels and include pieces of paper, cardboard of soft wood or non-toxic rawhide to chew up. Cockatiels also like toys with hard-plastic elements, such as beads to fiddle with. Male cockatiels often seek out mirrors and other reflective items to whistle to.
$300

Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo Parrot

$2,200
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Breed: Cockatoo Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$2,200

Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo Parrot for Sale

$1,800
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Breed: Cockatoo Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,800

Military Macaw for Sale

$1,000
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Breed: Military Macaw Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,000

Moluccan cockatoo for sale

$900
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Moluccan Cockatoos for sale Moluccan cockatoo for sale near me The Moluccan Cockatoo, originating in Indonesia, is one of the largest white cockatoos. Usually, females are larger than males, and they are all monogamous by nature. Presently their numbers are rapidly decreasing in the wild due to their habitat loss. The Moluccan cockatoo is a very intelligent and sensitive bird. They are the largest among the Cockatoos. Moluccan Cockatoos are sensitive in nature. Though these birds are better off n the wild, they can become great pets with proper training. These birds have a hard beak and a loud voice. The Moluccan Cockatoo has white-pink feathers with a definite peachy glow, a slight yellow on the underwing and underside of the tail feathers, and a large retractable recumbent crest which it raises when threatened, revealing hitherto concealed bright red-orange plumes to frighten potential attackers. Temperament The Moluccan Cockatoos are very beautiful, intelligent, lovable, and affectionate birds. Moluccans are very aggressive chewers who need a steady supply of toys and perches to destroy. They have extremely destructive beaks. They have piercing, loud voices, which can carry for long distances. They tend to vocalize at least twice each day in the morning and evening and are not suited to either apartment dwellings or closely spaces houses. Moluccans need roomy cages, exercise, and things to keep them busy and not bored. They are one of the species more prone to feather plucking. They can be taught many tricks, and some are excellent talkers. In the early morning and late afternoon, they can be rather loud when they call their flock/family. If you are the right person to adopt a Moluccan Cockatoo, you may well find that you’ve made a friend for life. It can mimic human speech. It’s unusual in that the Moluccan Cockatoo is one of the few “lap birds” and acts more like a dog than a bird sometimes. An untrained Moluccan is better off in the wild. Caring for Moluccan Cockatoos Moluccan cockatoos bond strongly with their owners. If your lifestyle does not allow for this, consider getting two Moluccans. A pair will keep each other entertained. The trade-off is that owning two of these feisty birds is an even more significant commitment than one. Moluccans will do best in the largest cage possible. If you can make the bird’s home an aviary or a full room, your bird will be happier. The cage should be sturdy and able to withstand the cockatoo’s destructive nature. Address its pent-up energy by providing plenty of toys and activity during its daily, supervised playtime. All cockatoos emit a dusty powder. The birds produce it naturally to help preen their feathers. You can expect a light dusting of this powder on any surface the bird is near; be ready to clean often. This powder may be problematic for some people with allergies. Housing Moluccan Cockatoo A steel cage painted with non-toxic colors with a size of a minimum of 2 ft. x 2 ft. x 3 ft is ideal for your cockatoo. The bar spacing should be of ½ inch, making it convenient for the bird to climb as it wishes. The cage should also be free from any possible obstruction for its wings’ movement. Feeding Moluccan Cockatoo In the wild, Moluccans eat seeds, fruits, nuts, and insects. Like all members of the cockatoo family, Moluccans can suffer health problems if they gain too much weight. Since Moluccans are not getting as much exercise as they would if they were in the wild, owners need to ensure these birds get a well-balanced diet and cut back on high-fat foods like seeds. A formulated pellet diet should make up 75 percent of its food source. The other 25 percent should be bird-safe fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, apples, carrots, and kale. Thoroughly wash fruits and vegetables to protect your bird against pesticides and bacteria. To start, offer approximately 1/4 cup of formulated diet and 1/4 cup of fresh fruits and vegetables daily. If the bird consumes all of its food, add small amounts as desired. Treats such as seeds, nuts, and table foods may be given in small quantities, especially as rewards for good behavior. Never feed birds avocados or chocolate, as these foods are toxic to them. Types of cockatoos Bare-Eyed Cockatoo,Black Palm Cockatoo,Citron Cockatoo,Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo,Goffin's Cockatoo · Major Mitchell's Cockatoo,Moluccan cockatoo,umbrella cockatoo Breed:moluccan Cockatoo Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$900

Moustached Parakeet for sale

$650
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Description Common Names: Moustached Parakeets, Mustached Parakeets, Red-breasted Parakeet Scientific Name: Psittacula alexandri Origin: Indonesia, Andaman Islands, Southeast Asia Relative Size: 13 inches Weight: 120-130 grams Average Lifespan: 20-30 years Egg Clutch: 2-4 white eggs Incubation: 22 days Talking Ability: Excellent Moustached Parakeets look very similar to their cousins, the Derbyan Parakeets. The most obvious differences are the sizes. Like the Derbyan Parakeet, the Mustache Parakeet is sexually dimorphic. This simply means the males and females can be identified by how they look. The males have a bright colored beak tipped in yellow and the females have a black beak. These parrots have green bodies showcasing many shades of green. Their most obvious trait is their salmon-colored chest. The male’s chest usually tends to be a brighter colored pink than the females; nonetheless, she is just as stunning as her mate. Under their beaks and extended along the jaw line, a black bib can be seen. Both sexes have a grayish blue cap, and like most Asiatic parrots a black line extends from the nostrils to the eyes. The wings have yellow patches intermixed with lime green. These parrots do not have the typical large tail. Instead, their tails extend about 5 inches from the body. The tail and body are approximately about the same length; although, the younger Moustached Parakeets do have smaller tails. All juvenile Moustached Parakeets resemble their parents but are not so colorful. These young parrots exhibit a gray head and a solid green body with orange beaks. Their eyes are also black but soon change as the bird matures. Most owners will start to see a change in five months and usually by eight months the eyes have changed into adult form. Their beaks will also change color as the parrot matures. This change is usually seen between five and eight months. It can take up to 18 months or even up to three years for the parrot to come into full color.   Breeding: A female Mustache Parakeet hen will spend a great deal of time inside her nesting box before she is ready to breed. During this time, the owner might hear scratching and chewing inside the box. This is quite normal. Often times, the nesting material that is placed into the box (wood shavings) will be removed by the hen. The owner simply needs to replace the wood shavings back into the box to ensure the eggs do not break or roll during incubation. Moustached Parakeets like deeper boxes. A ladder or wire should be placed from the hole down into the nesting area to ensure the female does not crush her eggs upon entry. A side door is best as this allows easy access to the babies or eggs once they are laid. The mother will produce between two and four eggs. She will incubate them for approximately 22 days. Just before the babies hatch, a small hole will be made from inside the egg by the chick so that it can breathe. Hatching usually follows within 24 hours. If the babies are to be pulled for hand feeding, the owner should wait until the oldest chick in the clutch is 15 days old. Once one chick is removed, it’s best to also remove the others as sometimes the mother will abandon her brood if one chick is missing. Hand feeding the chicks is a tedious task and requires the breeder to feed them hourly. Once the baby Mustache Parakeet is ready to wean, it will start to refuse feedings or will begin to take smaller amounts of food. This is normal and the breeder can expect the chick to lose a bit of weight. The breeder should then begin feeding the baby chicks small portions many times throughout the day rather than two or three large feedings as previously done. In fact, breeders who practice small frequent feedings tend to wean the chicks faster. Most baby Moustached Parakeets will wean around 10 weeks but some can take as long as 13 weeks—especially if the baby is by itself.   Feeding: Moustached Parakeets are omnivores and can eat anything humans can. Their basic diet should consist of seeds and pellets. It’s important both food items be rotated weekly to ensure the parrot receives the maximum amount of nutrients. It’s not recommended to feed the parrot just a seed diet or just a pellet diet as too much of anything is not good for the bird. Along with the base diet, the parrot should be given a daily assortment of fresh vegetables and fruits. These food items can easily be cut up the night before while preparing dinner. Moustached Parakeets also enjoy warm foods. Steaming fresh broccoli, carrots, or squash will quickly be relished—just be sure the food is not too hot as it can burn the parrot. If a Mustache Parakeet is fed an assortment of foods, the bird should have minimal problems and can live between 20 to 30 years.    
$650

Order African Grey Parrot Online

$1,200
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Breed: African Grey Parrot Age: N/A Shipping: Free (spend $2000 above) Reservation: accepted
$1,200

 

 

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Chenoa Jacobs 25-08-2021

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Fantastic service, simple & easy to order. Superfast despatch time & excellent quality goods, I would highly recommend amazon parrot essentials for quality service & excellent value for money to everyone.

D. Sawicki 12-08-02021

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Absolutely excellent, great selection of everything an African grey parrot needs at very good prices too. What's more, everything is so well packaged with quick efficient delivery. I always recommend shopping here.

John McFadden 04-08-2021

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I have used this company for over ten years and can honestly say I have never had any issues at all. Macaw and her team are very quick and eager to assist with your orders and pack and send out normally receiving their next day depending on order time. They are there to help and advise should you need it with suitable products for your feathered friends.

BRENDA BLACK 27-07-2021

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First time ordering and it arrived in less than 24 hours! Fantastic choice of products for my parrot and really reasonably priced. Can't recommend it enough!

Kelsey B 16-07-2021

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As a first-time customer, I am extremely impressed and satisfied with the website's Fantastic service, excellent quality, brilliant customer service. Will definitely be buying from just parrots again. They actually stock the best wooden sturdy toys for my Cockatoo parrot. So a big thumbs up from me. And one very happy sweet parrot Thank you.

Crystal Seibert 03-07-2021

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Alexandrine parakee are absolutely fantastic! Great customer service, excellent quality of the products, and great selection, and her macaw Harley is adorable, I think if he could, my Indian ringneck would so work in one of her warehouses. Definitely well worth a 5-star review.

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Excellent customer service! Fantastic products at fantastic prices and fast delivery. I get my birds' surprise boxes from here and they are always brilliant.

Ashley S 07-06-2021

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Amazing, friendly parrots’ company. Purchased from them several times. Items including cages, food, toys, lamps, etc. All items arrived on a quick time scale and were well packaged. Telephone help and queries are also fantastic. Highly recommended

Samuel Ramos 30-05-2021

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I ordered a liberty explorer rat cage from Scarlett rat essentials. I ordered it Thursday late at night and received it Saturday. I was told (by email) that it could be 3-4 weeks before they were in stock but it ended up only being a day before it was despatched and shipped. Great service and Scarlett (the owner?) is very friendly and helpful over email

Jesus Hernandez 15-05-2021

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I was very happy with my birdseed. Much cheaper than Amazon!!! Good delivery. Can certainly recommend an all-around great service! 👏.