If you are looking for a new a Quaker Parrot for sale , consider adopting a hand-trained, hand-raised, and hand-fed bird. These Quaker Parrots are socialized and come with a cage. They have an unconditionally loving personality and would be a perfect addition to a loving household. we have a variety of different Quaker Parrots.
How The Quaker Parrots is raised
We take great care in hand-rearing our Quaker Parrots and exposing them to a variety of social experiences in our home, including other children, dogs, cats, and pet birds. We also get them used to having their nails trimmed , flying, and landing, so that they will be easy to adjust to your family and home. Our policy is always to allow full flight for the first year, and preferably never clip their wings, as we believe it is essential for a bird’s mental and physical health.
Social Behaviors Of Quaker Parrots
Because of their social nature and intelligence, humans can become quite devoted to Quaker Parrots. In turn, Quaker Parrots often develop strong bonds with their human caretakers, and can also get along well with other birds. However, they may sometimes become more attached to one person, often bonding with someone of the opposite sex. Quaker Parrots usually don’t start speaking until they are around 2-3 years old. However, they can learn to mimic words and sounds as they interact with people. Although they can talk, they are generally not too noisy and don’t engage in loud, shrill calls.
Care and Feeding After Buying Quaker Parrots
A poor diet can be very detrimental to your bird. It can lead to feather plucking, overgrown beak, blindness, epileptic seizures, and immune deficiencies. Let me take you through a typical good parrot diet and a bad parrot diet. The colorful seeds and pellets often seen in pet stores can be dangerous. This is because the manufacturers use sugar-filled food coloring. This means that you would be overfeeding your parrot with sugar.
It is ill-advised to feed your Quaker Parrots a diet consisting only of seeds. Not only is this practice incorrect, but it can also be life-threatening for your bird. Seeds are high in fat and carbohydrates, which can lead to health problems such as organ failure in parrots. When your Quaker Parrot consumes seeds, their liver and kidneys have to work harder to filter the fat from their bloodstream.
As you know, eventual kidney failure and liver disease are serious consequences of a poor diet. That’s why it’s important to make sure your parrot has a healthy diet that includes dark yellow and leafy green vegetables.