Quaker Parrots for sale

Quaker Parrots for sale

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Here is a short video from my phone of a Quaker I have for sale. I have two now and their both females. $125.00 each. If you have any questions please contact us at info@jerrysbirds.com Please check back to my channel as I’m going to start posting progression training videos of a few of my birds.

How to Introduce Two Parrots

How to Introduce Two Parrots

Parrots kept as pets need a companion to be happy and healthy. Sometimes that role is filled by a human and other times another parrot friend is best, but introducing two parrots can be challenging. Jessi is here to help!

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Denver Zoo welcomes first successful kea chick hatchling

Denver Zoo welcomes first successful kea chick hatchling

Denver Zoo is celebrating its first-ever successful hatching of a kea (KEE-yah), a large, vulnerable species of parrot. The female chick, named Scarlet, hatched on February 8, 2017, and has been hand-reared by zookeepers since then at the Zoo’s Avian Propagation Center. Scarlet’s arrival is special as she increases the North American zoo population to only 38 keas, 14 of which are female. Zookeepers have taken extra steps to assure her continued well-being. She is still growing behind the scenes, but will make her public debut soon at the Zoo’s Bird World habitat.

Jokes – One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot. The A**istant takes the man to the parro

Jokes – One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot.   The A**istant takes the man to the parro

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One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot. The assistant takes the man to the parrot section and asks the man to choose one. The man asks, ”How much is the yellow one?”
The assistant says, ”$2000.” The man is shocked and asks the assistant why it’s so expensive. The assistant explains, ”This parrot is a very special one. He knows typewriting and can type really fast.”
”What about the green one?” the man asks.
The assistant says, ”He costs $5000 because he knows typewriting and can answer incoming telephone calls and takes notes.”
”What about the red one?” the man asks.
The assistant says, ”That one’s $…

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Raw Alexander chicks ready to tame.

Raw Alexander chicks ready to tame.

Common Names: Alexandrine Parakeet, Alexandrine Parrot

Scientific Name: Psittacula eupatria

Origin: Southern India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Andaman Islands, Sri Lanka.

Relative Size: 23-25 inches

Weight: 230-250 grams

Average Lifespan: 20-30 years

Egg Clutch: 2-4 white eggs

Incubation: 26 days
Talking Ability: Excellent

Alexandrine parrots make wonderful pets if they have been handfed. They have so many positive attributes such as their size, beauty, and intelligence. Though these graceful parrots look similar to their cousins the Indian Ringneck, they behave quite differently. These birds are usually very charming and subdued. They enjoy being stroked in the direction that their feathers grow and owners can easily enjoy spending time with them while watching television, reading the newspaper, or relaxing. In addition, they like being petted alongside the back of their neck where the ring is displayed.
These parrots are known for their talking ability as well as their talking clarity. Some Alexandrines can pick up extensive vocabularies and will not remain quiet once talking has been mastered. Most start talking around eight months, but the average Alexandrine starts to talk after a year. Both males and females are able to talk, although the males seem to pick up larger vocabularies and are much more gifted when it comes to clarity. Most Alexandrines have their own tone when speaking and will not adopt the tone of their owner’s voice like the African Grey.
It should be noted that buying an Alexandrine for its talking ability is not recommended as some will never learn to talk. The best talking Alexandrines are those who have been exposed to humans at a young age, have been properly socialized, and integrated into the owner’s household.
These parrots are very playful and need plenty of toys to be stimulated. Alexandrines are known for their constant chewing and destructive behavior if not supervised. Because their beaks are large, many will need sturdy wooden toys to sustain them for a few hours. Other items such as leather, ropes, and large plastic beads are highly enjoyed – especially if they are brightly colored. The toys should be added weekly and rotated to ensure the parrot does not suffer from boredom.
Though Alexandrine parrots are known for their independent nature, they still crave human attention. Many handfed Alexandrines find it difficult to be away from their owners and can quickly develop destructive behaviors such screaming, feather picking, or become easily depressed. This means it is crucial the owner teach the parrot at an early age to play independently when not being held.
A play stand for the parrot is important and essential as this gives the bird out-of-cage time and allows the bird to flap its wings without the restraint of a cage. The stand should have plenty of toys and should be easy to clean.
These majestic birds are intelligent and need to be stimulated to ensure they are constantly being challenged. Playing games and using complex toys are recommended as this gives them an outlet to use their mind. Of all the Asiatic parrots, which are not prone to picking their feathers, Alexandrines seems to be a bit more sensitive and will pick their feathers for many reasons. If the Alexandrine should start, immediate attention is needed from a vet to rule out any viral, parasitic, or bacterial infections.

How To Safely Clean Your Bird cages and Parrot Stands| PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

How To Safely Clean Your Bird cages and Parrot Stands| PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

Hello parrot lovers!!!
In light of spring cleaning…and since I was in the middle of getting all my parrot stands cleaned and pressure washed, I thought I would make this video about how to safely clean parrot stands and parrot cages.

I know there is no cute birdy in this video to stare at but for the safety of the birds, I wanted to give this video focus and of course the pressure wash could have spooked the bird. I hope you understand.