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Yet these three species come in close to a combined 100 flavors.
Major Mitchell cockatoos are not loud, and not necessarily cuddly
Bare eyed cockatoos are all but demure
Noble macaws are only 12 to 14 inches long.
Hyacinth macaws are up to 44 inches long – 4 times the size of a noble macaw.
You can’t compare the two just because the are macaws.
Here’s my problem
Pikachu the cockatiel will not relieve himself in his cage.
He is usually out with us when we are home, and even insists on sleeping on me; but if we need to go out, he is caged for his safety.
However, if we are gone for the day, he will not poop.
He will wait until we let him out of the cage and make a humongous turd.
Should I be worried about this? Is it normal? I know we spoil him, and he is very attached to us, but I hate to see him suffer because of it.
This ‘syndrome’ as vets are calling it, is referred to by many names as listed in the title of this article. For simplicity I will use the word Lockjaw.
First off, I would like to state that the following is from my own independent research while helping others and my own hands on personal experience.
I would also like to state upfront that I never bought into and was very skeptical on it being labeled Bordetella or B. Avium.
There is no singular cockatiel related to the title of this post. Aside from providing expert advice to caged bird keepers I also have a passion for Search Engine Optimization as well as improving how I communicate our ideas. Apparently, I am the vortex of a digitally feathered world.
In this post we have grouped together information requests specifically about cockatoo parrots.
This post about cockatoos (we found 44 cockatoo species listed at the bottom of this post) and serves as a counterpoint to the 43 species of macaw parrots we discussed last week.
We found a mere 12 cockatiel mutations.
At what age will a cockatoo stop laying eggs?
Name: Margaret G, Filled out from page: Egg Laying cockatoo
Colorado (United States)
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Unfortunately, if a birds egg laying goes uninterrupted, that bird will die.
We are loyal patrons of WCP and look forward to the Sunday brunch every week. Perhaps this topic has already come up, but it is a question about bird species.
We have 3 parakeets that get along well although they did not grow up together. All are rescues. We are thinking about adding a cockatiel to the family and are wondering about cages. So, the parakeets have a large cage (approx 2.5′ H x 2′ W X 1′ D) and we have a smaller cage (about 1.5′ HWD) that is just lying around empty.
First question: would a cockatiel require a separate cage or could they all sleep together in the same cage?
Second: Assuming that they cannot share a cage, would you recommend the keets in the smaller cage or leave them in their current habitat?
Third: Would cockatiels and parakeets be competitive/territorial in an open space (like an aviary)?
Thank you for any advice you have on this.