LORIKEET FOR SALE
Lorikeet For Sale
Lorikeet for sale, Lories, and lorikeets are very playful birds. They love to play with people, toys, and whatever else they can get their “beaks” onto! Lorikeets like to be very active and love to perform lots of antics, from just showing off in general to swinging upside down on bars, perches, and swings.
Care and feeding of Lorikeet
The lorikeet’s main diet consists of nectar and fruit. They can eat some greens and some seeds. Special diets which can be purchased at most pet stores have been formulated to feed the bird in either a wet form as nectar or in a dry form as a powder. Make sure you have water near the powder, if that is what you are feeding, so the bird can take drinks while eating. Fresh fruit or unsweetened canned fruit should be fed regularly.
Personality & Behavior
Lory’s personality is intense, in general. This is not a shy species. The rainbow lory is bubbly and enthusiastic, the “coach” of the bird world, encouraging play whenever its favorite human is around. These birds are constantly busy and lively, allowing little time for rest. Their antics are extremely entertaining for most people, but they can become a little much for someone that’s used to a more laid-back companion.
Playtime is crucial for the lorikeet, and the rainbow lorry will relish time out of the cage to spend with its guardian. This need should be indulged as often as possible. A rainbow lory that’s left alone too often will develop behavior disorders and may begin to self-mutilate. Warn new guardians to be watchful when the bird is out of the cage, however, because this active bird tends to be mischievous and destructive, and will get into trouble quicker than someone can save it from harm. Because this bird is so excitable and intelligent, it is also often nippy, and will generally bite only out of excitement or fear.
Speech and Vocalizations
Rainbow lorikeets are excellent talkers, and they can learn to say many words and phrases. They are noisy birds and have a high-pitched tone with frequent squawks. Their sometimes shrill vocalizations can be abrasive and unpleasant to some people. This bird is not the ideal pet for people who have close neighbors who are sensitive to loud sounds.
Exercise and activities are extremely important to keep your pet bird healthy and happy. Birds are inquisitive and social, and they like to play. Exercise is natural for them and easy to provide.
A bird’s cage needs to accommodate its full wingspan so it can safely flap its wings and exercise them. If they are kept in the cage all the time, they need to be able to make short flights. A cage should be at least three times its wingspan if they are kept caged all the time. Small birds, like finches and canaries, primarily flutter from perch to perch and make short flights. They are generally always kept in their cage or aviary and can be difficult to catch if they get out.