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Domestic parrots, animals not for everyone but capable of great gestures of the heart if well behaved. It is said that i domestic parrots give a hard time: it is true, but if taken the right way by you masters, they will be able to give love and joy. Of course you have to be prepared for the arrival of domestic parrots.
There are those who say that i domestic parrots they bite, some that destroy the house, some that make a great noise. We cannot absolutely deny all this, but it must be said that they are attitudes that arise from an absent or bad education of our feathered friend. Six domestic parrots they become very messy, unbearable at home, it is necessary to make them understand that there are more pleasant methods to attract our attention and that with the decibels they do not reach the desired result.
For the bites, it's not that i domestic parrots They "bite" at random, because they like it. If they do, if they do, it is because you have invaded their space multiple times and ignored their warnings. Which? We must begin to understand theirs body language if you want to live peacefully with the domestic parrots, to respect their space and also to recognize when it has desire to cuddle. Then you let him out of the cage, satisfying him without fear of any violent or "caught" reaction.
Damage to furniture and home: if they are released after so much captivity i domestic parrots obviously they can go wild and ruin what surrounds them, it is up to us to take care of them and above all not to make them bored. Not so much when they go out but also when they are in their cage. THE domestic parrots they must be able to play and move, they are curious and do a lot what they want, they are a lot curious and hyperactive.
Including that if we adopt domestic parrots we must have a character at least as strong as theirs, remember to provide first space, company and food, and attention. Here then we will be reciprocated by sympathy, presence of mind, love and happiness. Because at home these animals are really a lot of company, in addition to the note of color that many breeds of domestic parrots flaunt.
Domestic parrots: most common breeds (or rather species)
When we find ourselves choosing between the domestic parrots on the market those proposed to us are usually the most common breeds or, to be precise, the most common "species" because speaking of breeds is taxonomically wrong, in the case of parrots. Within individual species, if the color varies, it is referred to as a mutation.
Among the species that we have heard at least once, certainly, include the gray parrot, parakeets and lovebirds.
The first, among the domestic parrots, he is a great talker, a nice little guy, it must be said, who demands ample space despite not being very big. He lives for a long time and if well educated he becomes attached to his master establishing a sincere bond of respect and esteem.
THE parakeets I'm domestic parrots with wonderful colors and characterized by a "collar". They are also very open and sociable, indeed, they really need company because they are used to living in a group.
The Inseparable they must be taken, it goes without saying, at least in pairs, and they stand out for their beauty with bright and nuanced colors, in pairs it becomes double and fascinating. Sometimes speculate.
Domestic parrots: the wavy parakeet
The parakeet wavy is scientifically called Melopsittacus undulatus and belongs to the Psittacidae family. Its name, beyond the undulating, derives from the Greek and means "melodious parrot“, So we understand well how to distinguish it from others domestic parrots.
In terms of size, it is between 15 and 20 cm, as colors, it often sports green, an "original" color which then left room for other 32 shades appeared in captivity. There is everything, apart from red. Above the beak, hooked, there is the wax and it also changes color from time to time: for adult females it is brown, then it is white or blue in young females, while deep blue in adult males.
The parakeet has an average life span, if it falls within the domestic parrots, therefore in captivity, of 8-10 years, in the wild it stops at 3-4 years. Comes fromAustralia and prefers dry or arid areas but has learned to resist temperatures between 4 ° C and 35 ° C, around 20 ° - 25 ° C is happier.
Domestic parrots: the Lovebirds
THE domestic parrots Agapornis Selby are very widespread and come from Africa and are commonly known as Inseparables. Their scientific name is Greek and relates to the concept of love, the common English name is lovebird, the Italian one of Inseparabili, however, explicitly refers to the fact that when two Inseparables meet, they never give up.
These domestic parrots they are minute, from 13 to 17 cm, and often green even if there are other colors, they come from central-southern Africa and in general, if they are not domestic parrots, they live in real families of 5 or even 20 members, they inhabit the steppes and savannahs, the banks of waterholes and acacia woods. The life expectancy of these romantic pet parrots is 10 - 15 years old.
Domestic parrots: the Gray Parrot
Also from Africa comes the Gray parrot, with the scientific name of Psittacus erithacus Linnaeus. It is a medium-sized bird, belonging to the Psittacidae family. Its name immediately recalls its physical appearance, its ash gray color, accompanied by white tips and a tail, red or brown depending on the subspecies.
THE African Gray from Congo, for example, they are domestic parrots but 35 cm in length, their gray mates with the red of the tail and the black of the bill. The subspecies of the Timneh African Gray it is smaller, darker, with a brown tail and an ivory beak.
I Cenerini among all domestic parrots they are the best imitators, they are very fond of their masters and tend to get bored immediately, so it is necessary to follow them as if they were children. They have a long life and have lived with humans for years, for over 4,000 years. There is evidence of this both as regards ancient Egypt and for the Greeks and Romans. Even the King Henry VIII of England among all domestic parrots, chose a Cenerino.
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