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Cinnamon Green Cheeked Conure

CINNAMON GREEN CHEEKED CONURE (Pyrrhura molinae)

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The Cinnamon is a mutation of the Green Cheeked Conure which originates from Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Northern Argentina.

Your new pet has been hand-reared and has no fear of humans. He/she should be treated with respect and will respond with affection and trust.

Feeding

Feed good quality parrot mix (with dried fruit included), supplemented with extra peanuts, pinenuts, peppers, hemp and safflower; but note that hemp is very fattening and should only be given in small quantities. Fresh fruit should be offered daily, grapes, apple, orange, pear, pomegranate and banana are readily taken, but most birds have their preferences. Fresh green food, i.e. chickweed, lettuce, celery, dandelion and sowthistle are all beneficial for them. Also, as a treat, offer millet sprays, various nuts including walnut, almond, brazil, cob, pecan etc. (shells removed). Cuttlefish, mineral block, grit and shell should always be available to them. Give fresh drinking water daily. Cubed carrot and sweetcorn (fresh or tinned - drained) should be offered regularly as a source of vitamin A which they need. As a general tonic, a little psittamix sprinkled on their fruit twice a week is beneficial.

NOTE: DO NOT OFFER:- CHOCOLATE, ALCOHOL or AVOCADO PEAR as these are poisonous to parrots.

ACCOMMODATION

A cage large enough for the bird to exercise it's wings should be provided, but it will expect to be out of it's cage a lot of the time! Perches should be of natural wood i.e. willow or apple, if possible, as this keeps the feet and claws healthy. A small dish (large ash-tray size of water should be offered DAILY for the bird to bathe in as they love water.

Talking Ability

Conures are capable of talking although probably only a few "quiet" words. They tend to learn from a woman's voice easiest as the pitch is higher than a man's. Repeat words slowly and often when there are no other distractions and your bird should learn quite quickly.

Brown Headed Parrot

BROWN HEADED PARROT (Poicephalus Cryptoxanthus)

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The Brown Headed Parrot originates from eastern South Africa - in 3 subspecies.

Your new pet has been hand-reared and has no fear of humans, although remember these are shy birds by nature. He/she should be treated with respect and will respond with affection and trust.

Feeding

Feed good quality parrot mix (with dried fruit included), supplemented with extra peanuts, pinenuts, peppers, hemp and safflower but note that hemp is very fattening and should only be given in small quantities. Fresh fruit should be offered daily, grapes, apple, orange, pear, pomegranate and banana are readily taken, but most birds have their preferences. Fresh green food, i.e. chickweed, lettuce, celery, dandelion and sowthistle are all beneficial for them. Also, as a treat, offer millet sprays, various nuts including walnut, almond, brazil etc. (shells cracked but not completely removed). Cuttlefish, mineral block, grit and shell should always be available to them. Give fresh water daily. Cubed carrot and sweetcorn (fresh or tinned - drained) should be offered regularly as a source of vitamin A which they need. As a general tonic, a little Nutrobal or Avimix sprinkled on their fruit twice a week is beneficial.

NOTE: DO NOT OFFER:- CHOCOLATE, ALCOHOL or AVOCADO PEAR as these are poisonous to parrots.

ACCOMMODATION

A cage large enough for the bird to exercise it's wings should be provided, but it will expect to be out of it's cage most of the time! Perches should be of natural wood, i.e. willow or apple, if possible, as this keeps the feet and claws healthy. A small dish (large ash-tray size) of water should be offered daily for the bird to bathe in as they love water.

Talking Ability

Brown Heads are capable of talking although probably only a few words. They tend to learn from a woman's voice easiest as the pitch is higher than a man's. Repeat words slowly and often when there are no other distractions and your bird should learn quite quickly

Blue Throated Conure

BLUE THROATED CONURE (Pyrrhura Cruentata)

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The Blue Throated Conure originates from the coastal states of Brazil. This conure is stated as endangered owing to the forest clearance. All blue throated conures need a CITES certificate from defra.

Your new pet has been hand-reared and has no fear of humans. He/she should be treated with respect and will respond with affection and trust.

Feeding

Feed good quality parrot mix (with dried fruit included), supplemented with extra peanuts, pinenuts, peppers, hemp and safflower; but note that hemp is very fattening and should only be given in small quantities. Fresh fruit should be offered daily, grapes, apple, orange, pear, pomegranate and banana are readily taken, but most birds have their preferences. Fresh green food, i.e. chickweed, lettuce, celery, dandelion and sowthistle are all beneficial for them. Also, as a treat, offer millet sprays, various nuts including walnut, almond, brazil, cob, pecan etc. (shells removed). Cuttlefish, mineral block, grit and shell should always be available to them. Give fresh drinking water daily. Cubed carrot and sweetcorn (fresh or tinned - drained) should be offered regularly as a source of vitamin A which they need. As a general tonic, a little Nutrobal or Avimix sprinkled on their fruit twice a week is beneficial.

NOTE: DO NOT OFFER:- CHOCOLATE, ALCOHOL or AVOCADO PEAR as these are poisonous to parrots.

ACCOMMODATION

A cage large enough for the bird to exercise it's wings should be provided, but it will expect to be out of it's cage a lot of the time! Perches should be of natural wood i.e. willow or apple, if possible, as this keeps the feet and claws healthy. A small dish (large ash-tray size of water should be offered DAILY for the bird to bathe in as they love water.

Talking Ability

Conures are capable of talking although probably only a few "quiet" words. They tend to learn from a woman's voice easiest as the pitch is higher than a man's. Repeat words slowly and often when there are no other distractions and your bird should learn quite quickly.

Blue Green Cheeked Conure

BLUE GREEN CHEEKED CONURE (Pyrrhura molinae)

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The Blue is a mutation of the Greencheeked Conure Green Cheeked Conure which originates from Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Northern Argentina.

Your new pet has been hand-reared and has no fear of humans. He/she should be treated with respect and will respond with affection and trust.

Feeding

Feed good quality parrot mix (with dried fruit included), supplemented with extra peanuts, pinenuts, peppers, hemp and safflower; but note that hemp is very fattening and should only be given in small quantities. Fresh fruit should be offered daily, grapes, apple, orange, pear, pomegranate and banana are readily taken, but most birds have their preferences. Fresh green food, i.e. chickweed, lettuce, celery, dandelion and sowthistle are all beneficial for them. Also, as a treat, offer millet sprays, various nuts including walnut, almond, brazil, cob, pecan etc. (shells removed). Cuttlefish, mineral block, grit and shell should always be available to them. Give fresh drinking water daily. Cubed carrot and sweetcorn (fresh or tinned - drained) should be offered regularly as a source of vitamin A which they need. As a general tonic, a little Nutrobal or Avimix sprinkled on their fruit twice a week is beneficial.

NOTE: DO NOT OFFER:- CHOCOLATE, ALCOHOL or AVOCADO PEAR as these are poisonous to parrots.

ACCOMMODATION

A cage large enough for the bird to exercise it's wings should be provided, but it will expect to be out of it's cage a lot of the time! Perches should be of natural wood i.e. willow or apple, if possible, as this keeps the feet and claws healthy. A small dish (large ash-tray size of water should be offered DAILY for the bird to bathe in as they love water.

Talking Ability

Conures are capable of talking although probably only a few "quiet" words. They tend to learn from a woman's voice easiest as the pitch is higher than a man's. Repeat words slowly and often when there are no other distractions and your bird should learn quite quickly.