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    The African Grey Parrot is a wonderful and highly intelligent bird. Buy African Grey Parrot require a serious commitment and are great lifelong companions. Anyone who has an African Grey or who has had one will tell you. African Grey Parrot can’t be termed a pet because the privilege of living with one is truly a unique and unforgettable experience. Buy African Grey Parrot.

    The incredible birds we’ve come to know as African Greys actually encompass two parrot species. Grey & Timneh Parrots (Psittacus erithacus and Psittacus timneh). Highly intelligent with amusing personalities, African Greys make very popular companions. However, deforestation and abundant trapping for the wild bird trade has left both species sadly endangered.

    Nesting near the tops of forest trees, gregarious Greys form large communal flocks of up to 1000 individuals., Timneh Parrots gather in much smaller flocks of a few dozen.

    Both species are known for mimicking the calls of other birds and mammals, as well as letting out a variety of whistles, squawks, shrieks, and screams while at rest and in flight.

    Care

    African Grey Parrots are Known for their impressive intelligence. It is important to offer companion African Greys a variety of complex toys to engage their active minds and prevent boredom. It can otherwise lead to feather plucking and other bad habits. Some examples include non-destructible hanging toys, push and pull toys, and food-finder toys.

    In their natural habitat, African Greys spend much of their days flying around, foraging for food. To ensure a healthy, happy parrot at home. African Greys require large aviaries a minimum of 3m (9.8 ft) in length, allowing them to stretch their wings and burn off excess energy. African Greys enjoy eating a healthy variety of cooked beans and pulses. They also like fruits and vegetables, spray millet, complete kibble, and other rearing foods.

    Life with an African Grey is a long-term commitment. These amazing birds live for approximately 50 – 60 years. Learn more about caring for companion African Greys from parrot owner resources below.

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  • Buy Black Palm Cockatoo online

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    Unlike most other parrots, the Black Palm Cockatoo is not considered an affectionate bird. It’s very sociable, like other cockatoos, needing regular interaction with its owners. But the size and temperament of this bird make it most suitable for experienced bird owners. It’s not an ideal pet for everyone, but the Black Palm Cockatoo has its rewarding characteristics.

    While hand fed Black Palm Cockatoos make excellent, tame pets, they still require firm training and are not for those who are new to keeping large parrots.

    Simply put: These are bold parrots who need bold owners. Do not adopt a Black Palm Cockatoo if you are intimidated by large birds.

    Black Palm Cockatoos are also called Goliath Cockatoos or Great Black Cockatoos. They’re native to New Guinea and Indonesia.

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  • Buy Blue And Gold Macaw

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    Origin:
    Swamp and forest areas of South America.
    Size:
    Blue and Gold Macaws or blue and yellow macaw are large birds, and can reach lengths of up to 33 inches from the beak to the end of the tail feathers.

    Average Lifespan:
    60+ years.

    Temperament:
    Intelligent and sociable, the Blue and Gold Macaw also called Blue and Yellow Macaw usually does well as a pet when the owners are dedicated, responsible, and well informed.
    They are large birds, and as such are capable of extremely loud vocalizations. Because of this, they may not be the best choice for those who live in apartments and condominiums, or who have small children.

    Colors:
    Blue and Gold Macaws typically have a green forehead, fading into blue which covers the nape, back, tail, and wings. The chest and underside of the wings and belly are a bright golden yellow. They have large black beaks, and white patches of skin around their eyes and face. These patches are adorned with rings of tiny black feathers.

    Feeding:
    Captive Blue and Gold Macaws should be fed a varied diet consisting of as many different types of fresh foods as possible. Fresh vegetables are always needed as well as leafy greens and root vegetables. The birds should be supplemented daily with a high quality pelleted diet and some healthy seed such as flax, hemp and chia seed, taking care to avoid treats that are high in fat.

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    Origin:
    Swamp and forest areas of South America.
    Size:
    Blue and Gold Macaws or blue and yellow macaw are large birds, and can reach lengths of up to 33 inches from the beak to the end of the tail feathers.

    Average Lifespan:
    60+ years.

    Temperament:
    Intelligent and sociable, the Blue and Gold Macaw also called Blue and Yellow Macaw usually does well as a pet when the owners are dedicated, responsible, and well informed.
    They are large birds, and as such are capable of extremely loud vocalizations. Because of this, they may not be the best choice for those who live in apartments and condominiums, or who have small children.

    Colors:
    Blue and Gold Macaws typically have a green forehead, fading into blue which covers the nape, back, tail, and wings. The chest and underside of the wings and belly are a bright golden yellow. They have large black beaks, and white patches of skin around their eyes and face. These patches are adorned with rings of tiny black feathers.

    Feeding:
    Captive Blue and Gold Macaws should be fed a varied diet consisting of as many different types of fresh foods as possible. Fresh vegetables are always needed as well as leafy greens and root vegetables. The birds should be supplemented daily with a high quality pelleted diet and some healthy seed such as flax, hemp and chia seed, taking care to avoid treats that are high in fat.

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  • Buy Female Lanner Falcon

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    PHYSICAL FEATURES:

    The Lanner is a powerful bird of prey, built for speed. The body is a grey-brown or slate colour on the upper parts, with a creamy-white throat and under parts, with some dark patches or stripes. It has a reddish-brown crown. There are dark patches around the eye, extending back down the head, and with a long dark streak down from each eye toward the white cheek.  The wings have dark tips, and the tail has dark barring across it. Females are usually darker in colour, and larger, with more patterns and barring. The juvenile will have more brown colouration, and heavy streaking on the under parts. The skin around the face, and legs, starts as a pale blue colour, but will change to yellow as the bird matures. There are five subspecies of lanner falcon, all with regional colour and size variations.

    Just as all of the falcon family the lanner falcon is built for speed, their sickle shaped wings allow them to stoop, or dive downwards, at high speeds to catch prey, although they prefer to chase prey horizontally, also reaching high speeds.

    The falcon family all have a feature known as the falcons tooth, or tomial tooth. It is a small notch half way up their beak on either side, and on both the upper and lower parts. It is used to allow the bird to easily kill its prey by slotting between, and severing, the vertebrate of the animals

    DIET AND HUNTING BEHAVIOUR:

    The diet of the lanner falcon is mainly small to medium sized birds. They will take birds from the size of a lark, up to the size of a guinea fowl or duck. They have been known to take other falcons, and domestic poultry. It is not unusual for small mammals, mostly rodents and bats, to also be taken, along with insects, reptiles, and occasionally is food is scarce, carrion.

    Hunting usually takes place during the day, with birds gathering where prey is likely to be, such as waterholes, nesting colonies, or grass fires. Large numbers of lanners may gather, numbering up to 20 birds. Unusually the lanner tends to hunt with its mate, hunting cooperatively, with one bird flushing out prey for the other to catch. They will also hunt with young birds, when teaching them. Some birds have been observed to learn to follow human hunters, taking any prey that they flush out. Unlike most birds of prey the lanner does not stoop, or dive, down on its prey, but instead prefers to chase horizontally. They will most often seize flying prey in the air, but will take some on the ground. They have been observed to steal food from other birds of prey.

    BREEDING:

    Little is known about the mating systems of lanner falcons, however both males and females engage in courtship displays, with elaborate flying and loud crying. They are thought to be monogamous, pairing for life.

    Lanner falcons do not build new nests, but instead use old nests from other species, such as storks, corvids, herons, and other raptors. These nest sites are usually in trees, cliff faces, buildings, or on the ground in desert areas.

    Breeding takes place at varying times of the year, depending on the geographical region, and subspecies. The female will lay 3 to 4 eggs, and both the male and female will take it in turn to incubate them for around 32 days. Once hatched, the chicks will take 35 to 47 days to fledge. During this time they will rely on the parents for food, and after 3 months will become independent. The male will do all of the hunting early on, but later in the nesting season and during the fledgling period the female will assist in hunting.

    The lanner falcon is thought to reach sexual maturity at around 2 to 3 years old.

    HUSBANDRY:

    All of our birds of prey are flown daily. This has many benefits to the animal. Firstly it allows the animal to exercise, keeping them fit, and developing flying muscles. It also allows them to perform their natural behaviours, for some of our birds of prey this may include various hunting techniques such as catching prey mid-flight, and chasing down ground prey, or killing a (rubber) snake.

    Each bird has a varied diet, just as it would in the wild, mimicking the varying nutritional properties of each food type and the quantities

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  • Buy Gang gang cockatoo

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    The Gang Gang Cockatoo has a relatively restricted distribution in South-eastern Australia and is mainly found in the higher altitude old growth eucalypt forests. In winter it may move down into lower altitude woodlands and even into settled areas such as Canberra. The seeds of the forest eucalyptus and acacias make up most of the diet, supplemented by other plant material and insects. In summer it is usually seen in family groups but may flock together in winter, especially when feeding amongst berry-laden trees and shrubs. In Canberra in winter it is especially fond of Cotoneaster and hawthorn (Crataegus) berries and flocks of 20 or more are not uncommon.

    The breeding season extends from October to January, with a hollow high in a eucalypt tree being used. Two, or more rarely three, eggs are laid and both parents share incubation.

    Although traditionally linked to the Black Cockatoo group recent biochemical work has shown it to be more closely related to the Galah and white cockatoo group than to black cockatoos. It has been known to hybridise with the Galah, and an example of hybridisation in the wild with an escaped Little Corella has been reported.

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  • Buy Goffins Cockatoo

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    The Sulphur Crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) is a large white cockatoo that lives in the wooded areas of Australia and New Guinea as well as some of the islands of Indonesia. In some areas, they are sufficiently numerous to be considered pests due to the damage they can cause to cereal and fruit crops as well as newly planted tree seedlings or soft timber on houses and furniture.

    This cockatoo lives in a wide range of habitats including cities but not areas that have few trees or highland parts. There are four subspecies: Tritons Cockatoo found in new Guinea and surrounding islands; Eleonora Cockatoo found on the Aru Islands between Australia and New Guinea; Matthews Cockatoo found in northern Australia and the Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoo that is found from Cape York right down to Tasmania

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    The golden parakeet or golden conure, is a medium-sized golden-yellow Neotropical parrot. It is native to the Amazon Basin of interior northern Brazil. Its plumage is mostly bright yellow. Buy Golden Conure Parakeet. Thus its common name, but it also possesses green remiges.

    The golden parakeet is 34 cm (13 in) long and mainly yellow with green in the outer wings and with an all-yellow tail. It has a large horn-colored (gray) beak, pale-pink bare eye rings, brown irises, and pink legs. Males and females have identical external appearance. Juveniles are duller and have less yellow and more green plumage than the adults. The juvenile’s head and neck are mostly green, the back is green and yellow, the upper side of tail is mostly green, the breast is greenish, the eye rings are pale-gray, and the legs are brown.

    Genus: Guaruba | Species: guarouba

    Common Name: Golden Parakeet

    Size: 34 cm (13.3 in)

    Weight: 270g (9.5 oz)

    Races including nominate: one

    Colour Adult: Both adults plumage bright yellow, primary, secondary and outer upper wing coverts dark green; yellow tail. Bill horn in colour. Bare, pink/white eye ring, eye brown.

    Colour Juvenile: As in adults but with dark green on cheeks and ear coverts; yellow crown, nape and upperparts, marked with dark green; underparts yellow; breast lightly marked with dull green; uppertail dark green marked yellow. Bill pink. Pale grey, bare eye ring.

    Call: Vibrant, high pitched note given singly or as many as 3-4 per second; during courtship a long strident note. Voice in general softer than Aratinga conures.

    At birth, golden parakeets are covered in white down that eventually turns darker within a week. By the end of the third week, wing feathers start to develop. Juveniles are playful, but may turn abusive against their peers. Nestlings are preyed upon by toucans, which may explain their social behavior. Nests are vigorously defended from toucans by several members of the group

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  • Buy Gyr-falcon online

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    The gyrfalcon is a very large falcon, being about the same size as the largest buteos (buzzards) but probably are slightly heavier. Males are 48 to 61 cm (19 to 24 in) long, weigh 805 to 1,350 g (1.775 to 2.976 lb), with average weights reported as 1,130 or 1,170 g (2.49 or 2.58 lb) and have a wingspan from 110 to 130 cm (43 to 51 in). Females are bulkier and larger, at 51 to 65 cm (20 to 26 in) long, 124 to 160 cm (49 to 63 in) wingspan, and of 1,180 to 2,100 g (2.60 to 4.63 lb) weight, with average weights of 1,585 or 1,752 g (3.494 or 3.862 lb) An outsized female from eastern Siberia was found to have scaled 2,600 g (5.7 lb)Among standard measurements, the wing chord is 34.5 to 41 cm (13.6 to 16.1 in), the tail is 19.5 to 29 cm (7.7 to 11.4 in), the culmen is 2 to 2.8 cm (0.79 to 1.10 in) and the tarsus is 4.9 to 7.5 cm (1.9 to 3.0 in) The gyrfalcon is larger, broader-winged and longer-tailed than the peregrine falcon, which it is known to hunt. It differs from the buzzard in general structure, having pointed wings.

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    The Hahn’s Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis) is properly known as the Red Shouldered Macaw and is one of the smallest members of the Neotropical Macaw branch of the parrot family. It lives in tropical lowlands, swamps and savannah in Venezuela, Bolivia, the Guianas, Brazil and southeastern Peru. The Hahn’s is technically a subspecies along with the Noble Macaw, but Hahn’s is the term most commonly encountered in captive bred birds.

    These parrots are generally around 30cm in length and weigh 165gm with the typical long narrow tail and large head seen in larger macaws. Their lifespan is around 30-40 years.

    The Hahn’s Macaw (Diopsittaca nobilis) is properly known as the Red Shouldered Macaw and is one of the smallest members of the Neotropical Macaw branch of the parrot family. It lives in tropical lowlands, swamps and savannah in Venezuela, Bolivia, the Guianas, Brazil and southeastern Peru. The Hahn’s is technically a subspecies along with the Noble Macaw, but Hahn’s is the term most commonly encountered in captive bred birds.

    These parrots are generally around 30cm in length and weigh 165gm with the typical long narrow tail and large head seen in larger macaws. Their lifespan is around 30-40 years.

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    The Hyacinth Macaw (Andorhynchus hyacinthinus) is the largest of the macaw family.  Buy Hyacinth Macaw Parrot. It ranges around 100 cm from head to end of the tail and is the largest species of flying parrot. These birds typically weigh around 1.2-1.7 kg, and only the Kea from New Zealand is heavier, but this is a ground dwelling bird.

    Description

    Hyacinth macaws are the largest of the parrots and, as their name implies, are covered with bright blue plumage. They have bare yellow eye ring circles around large black eyes. They have a yellow chin, and a strongly hooked beak. Zygodactylous feet (2 toes that point forward and 2 toes that point backward).
    Size Approximately 100 cm (39 in.) Weight Approximately 1550–1600 g (3–3.5 lbs.).
    Diet Includes seeds, fruits, nuts, and berries.
    Incubation Approximately 29 days.
    Clutch Size 2–3 eggs.
    Fledgling Duration 4 months; then remain with parents for up to a year.
    Sexual Maturity 2–4 years.
    Life Span 30–50 years or more.
    Range Southern Brazil and Western Bolivia.

    Habitat Found in tall trees and palms of swamps, forests, and near rivers.

    The hyacinth macaw is the largest macaw species.
    These macaws frequently travel together in small flocks of 1–8 pairs, and loudly call to one another.
    Macaw pairs remained bonded.
    In the wild, macaws often flock to mountains of clay known as “macaw licks.”
    When disturbed, these bright birds screech loudly and circle overhead with their long tails streaming.
    Macaws are playful and inquisitive and are able to mimic human vocalizations very well.
    Macaws are able to reach flight speeds of up to 56 kph (35 mph).
    Macaws eat palm nuts only after the nuts have passed through the digestive system of a cow.

    Ecology and Conservation.

    In the course of daily feeding, macaws allow plenty of seeds (while eating, as well as in their droppings) to fall to the forest floor, thus regenerating much of the forest growth.

    Highly prized as pets, they are listed on CITES because of over-collection for the pet trade and excessive habitat loss. Unfortunately, only about 2,500–5,000 exist in the wild today. Only domestically hatched birds should be considered for pets. Hyacinths in the home are large, loud, and destructive so great thought should accompany this decision.

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  • Buy Laggar falcon Online

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    The laggar falcon (Falco jugger) is a mid-sized bird of prey which occurs in the Indian subcontinent from extreme southeastern Iran, southeastern Afghanistan, Pakistan, through India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and northwestern Myanmar.

    It resembles the lanner falcon but is darker overall, and has blackish “trousers” (tibiotarsus feathers). Fledglings have an almost entirely dark underside, and first-year subadult birds still retain much dark on the belly.

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  • Buy Major Mitchell’s cockatoo

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    The Major Mitchell’s cockatoo is a beautiful colored cockatoo. Buy Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo has white feathers on the wings and the rest of them are a soft pink. The crest looks plain when it is down, but when erect is has beautiful orange and yellow coloring. The bill and feet are bone-colored.

    Origin

    The Major Mitchell’s cockatoo occurs naturally in Southern and Western Australia. They live in forest areas and do not go to the open field so often. Buy Major Mitchell pairs will not nest close to one another, so they cannot tolerate fragmented, partly cleared habitats, and their range is contracting.

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    As a pet, It is possible to keep this species of cockatoo as a pet in your home, but it is not common. Buy Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. They can become just as tame, affectionate and loving as any other species of cockatoo, but they need to be socialized well. If they are not correctly socialized and tamed when young, they will never become really tame or affectionate to humans. This species is also extremely hard to breed in captivity and generally needs a very large aviary. This is why this bird is more seen in bird parks and zoos than as a pet.

    Often called a pink cockatoo due to its soft pink body coloring, the Major Mitchell cockatoo is in fact named after Major Sir Thomas Mitchell, who was a surveyor and explorer of Southeast Australia during the 1800s. This beautiful cockatoo’s most distinctive feature is its white tipped crest, which is banded red and yellow at the base. The wings are generally white with a darker pink underside. The birds grow to 36 cm long, a medium size among cockatoos. Living in small groups or pairs, they have also been seen with flocks of galahs and little corellas.

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  • Buy Male Lanner Falcon

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    PHYSICAL FEATURES:

    The Lanner is a powerful bird of prey, built for speed. The body is a grey-brown or slate colour on the upper parts, with a creamy-white throat and under parts, with some dark patches or stripes. It has a reddish-brown crown. There are dark patches around the eye, extending back down the head, and with a long dark streak down from each eye toward the white cheek.  The wings have dark tips, and the tail has dark barring across it. Females are usually darker in colour, and larger, with more patterns and barring. The juvenile will have more brown colouration, and heavy streaking on the under parts. The skin around the face, and legs, starts as a pale blue colour, but will change to yellow as the bird matures. There are five subspecies of lanner falcon, all with regional colour and size variations.

    Just as all of the falcon family the lanner falcon is built for speed, their sickle shaped wings allow them to stoop, or dive downwards, at high speeds to catch prey, although they prefer to chase prey horizontally, also reaching high speeds.

    The falcon family all have a feature known as the falcons tooth, or tomial tooth. It is a small notch half way up their beak on either side, and on both the upper and lower parts. It is used to allow the bird to easily kill its prey by slotting between, and severing, the vertebrate of the animals

    DIET AND HUNTING BEHAVIOUR:

    The diet of the lanner falcon is mainly small to medium sized birds. They will take birds from the size of a lark, up to the size of a guinea fowl or duck. They have been known to take other falcons, and domestic poultry. It is not unusual for small mammals, mostly rodents and bats, to also be taken, along with insects, reptiles, and occasionally is food is scarce, carrion.

    Hunting usually takes place during the day, with birds gathering where prey is likely to be, such as waterholes, nesting colonies, or grass fires. Large numbers of lanners may gather, numbering up to 20 birds. Unusually the lanner tends to hunt with its mate, hunting cooperatively, with one bird flushing out prey for the other to catch. They will also hunt with young birds, when teaching them. Some birds have been observed to learn to follow human hunters, taking any prey that they flush out. Unlike most birds of prey the lanner does not stoop, or dive, down on its prey, but instead prefers to chase horizontally. They will most often seize flying prey in the air, but will take some on the ground. They have been observed to steal food from other birds of prey.

    BREEDING:

    Little is known about the mating systems of lanner falcons, however both males and females engage in courtship displays, with elaborate flying and loud crying. They are thought to be monogamous, pairing for life.

    Lanner falcons do not build new nests, but instead use old nests from other species, such as storks, corvids, herons, and other raptors. These nest sites are usually in trees, cliff faces, buildings, or on the ground in desert areas.

    Breeding takes place at varying times of the year, depending on the geographical region, and subspecies. The female will lay 3 to 4 eggs, and both the male and female will take it in turn to incubate them for around 32 days. Once hatched, the chicks will take 35 to 47 days to fledge. During this time they will rely on the parents for food, and after 3 months will become independent. The male will do all of the hunting early on, but later in the nesting season and during the fledgling period the female will assist in hunting.

    The lanner falcon is thought to reach sexual maturity at around 2 to 3 years old.

    HUSBANDRY:

    All of our birds of prey are flown daily. This has many benefits to the animal. Firstly it allows the animal to exercise, keeping them fit, and developing flying muscles. It also allows them to perform their natural behaviours, for some of our birds of prey this may include various hunting techniques such as catching prey mid-flight, and chasing down ground prey, or killing a (rubber) snake.

    Each bird has a varied diet, just as it would in the wild, mimicking the varying nutritional properties of each food type and the quantities

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    The Military macaw also known as the green macaw is a medium-sized macaw with mostly green plumage. Buy green Macaw. Except for a red frontal band and a blue tinge on the back of head. The beak is black with a pale tip, the iris is yellow, and the feet are gray. Buy Military Macaw.

    Facts

    Size Approximately 70 cm (27.6 in.).
    Weight Approximately 900 g (31.7 oz).
    Diet Includes seeds, fruits, nuts, and berries.
    Incubation Approximately 26 days, Clutch Size: 1–2 eggs, Fledgling Duration: 12 weeks.
    Sexual Maturity 2–4 years.
    Life Span 50–60 years.
    Range Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina.
    Habitat Inhabits arid and semi-arid regions.
    Population Global: Less than 10,000.
    Status IUCN: Vulnerable.

    Fun Facts

    Macaws are monogamous, remaining bonded for life. They are often seen flying in large flocks and the bonded pairs fly close together, their wings nearly touching.
    In the wild, Military macaws often flock to mountains of clay known as “macaw licks.”
    Military Macaws are playful and inquisitive and are able to mimic human vocalizations very well.
    Macaws are extremely messy eaters. Their incredibly strong beaks are perfectly adapted for eating all sorts of nuts and seeds. As seen in their ability to crack open incredibly hard-shelled nuts with ease.
    Macaws are able to reach speeds of up to 56 kph (35 mph).

    Ecology and Conservation

    In the course of daily feeding, Military macaws allow plenty of seeds (while eating, as well as in their droppings) to fall to the forest floor, thus generating much of the forest growth. Buy Military Macaw

    These birds suffer from deforestation. Humans destroy many of their nests and natural factors such predators, storms, illnesses, parasites, and competition for nesting cavities with other species including African bees.

    Behavior

    Military macaws live in large flocks and can live about 50–60 years in the wild. They can often be heard long before they are seen. They are a very noisy bird making a variety of loud cracking and shrieking sounds, including a loud kraa-aak.

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  • Buy Moluccan cockatoo

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    Buy Salmon Crested or Moluccan Cockatoo Birds.

    The Moluccan cockatoo, is a cockatoo endemic to the Seram archipelago in eastern Indonesia. At a height of up to 46–52 cm and weight of up to 850 g. It is among the largest of the white cockatoos. The female is larger than the male on average. Moluccan cockatoos are one of the largest white cockatoos. They average about 20 inches in length from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers. The Moluccan cockatoo is a rosy-pink color, with the depth of the pinkness varying per individual. Sweet and affectionate may be understatements when it comes to describing the Moluccan. It’s a bird that loves to be loved. It really wants nothing more than someone (bird or person) to be with at all times. Like most cockatoos, Moluccans are incredibly sensitive and can become neurotic and upset when they are neglected.

    Breeding;

    Moluccan cockatoos only breed once a year. This is usually between December and March, when vegetation growth is at its peak and food is readily available.They are popular for their beauty and trainability (which makes them popular in trained bird shows).

    The salmon-crested cockatoo is widely considered to be one of the most demanding parrots to keep as a pet due to their high intelligence, large size, potential noise level, and need to chew. Moluccan cockatoos require a very large and very sturdy cage or aviary. Salmon-crested cockatoos are highly social and pets can be extremely cuddly, affectionate, and gentle birds.Cockatoos form a close bond that lasts for a lifetime. If they are separated, they may slip into a deep depression. In absence of a “true” mate, they may accept a caretaker as its mate.

    Cockatoo  Features;

    The Salmon-crested cockatoo or the Moluccan Cockatoo Has the following specifications
    Mass: 830 g (Adult)
    Scientific name: Cacatua moluccensis
    Conservation status: Vulnerable (Population decreasing)
    Higher classification: Cacatua
    Order: Parrot

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