Harley, Phoenix, Tooie, Dash and Jojo get along pretty well, although
we don't let them interact on a physical basis. They've been learning
different words and sounds from each other. Like human siblings, they
also get jealous if 'brother' is getting more attention.
can live upwards of 100 years. We're looking forward to hearing
them screech, beg for
treats, and demand kisses for a long time to come. To keep them
healthy, they're provided a balanced diet of pelleted food (Pretty Bird
Select and Zupreme), fresh fruits and veggies, and they always share
our evening meals. The little cannibals really love chicken!
We never give them chocolate, or avocados... both are toxic to birds.
you are interested in a parrot as a pet, we strongly urge you to do
some research first. Each
species has its own characteristics, some of which can be hard to live
with. Parrots are forever-two-year-olds,
with all the intelligence, demands for attention, emotional needs, naughtiness,
and sociability of human children. They require all the things
that our featherless
kids do.... love, a set of rules, healthy food, toys and stimulation,
a clean environment,
and occasional visits to the vet. Also, no matter what species
you buy, your
parrot may never learn to talk. We hope that you love them despite this.
included some links below to various sources where you can learn more
different parrot species. A good video is "Look