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Turquoise Green Cheek Conure for sale ( Females )

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Turquoise Green Cheek Conure for sale
Turquoise Green Cheek Conure for sale. A turquoise green-cheeked conure bird is a medium-sized parrot that can grow up to 25 inches long from head to tail. They’re native to Central and South America, but they’ve been introduced worldwide. These birds are known for their beautiful colors and their ability to mimic human speech patterns. The Turquoise Green-Cheeked Conure is an expensive but attractive option for a pet, and in this blog post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about this little bird.

Housing Turquoise Green Cheek Conure

Bird is Shipped along with (Free) CITES certificate, DNA test, Current veterinary certificate, Health certificate, Hatching Certificate, Care Sheet/Fact Sheet, Diet Sheet,
Feeding Guide
Shipping  Worldwide (Home Delivery)
Advertiser Type : For Sale
Pet Type : Birds
Cage & Food Free
Import Permit Not Needed (We have all international export documents to deliver directly to your doorstep
Other Information Contact our sales team to provide you with the bird videos and photos if required

Description

Conure for sale

 

Conure for sale, Conures are wonderful pet birds that are members of the parrot family. The word “conure” means cone tail. Small to medium-sized conure parrots are found in the new world, throughout the central and southern regions of the Americas.

Conure parrots are distinguished by their slender bodies and tapered tails, rather than having stockier bodies and more square-shaped tails found on larger parrots. These dynamic birds are full of energy, very attractive, and make wonderful pets. Conures are very intelligent, they are enjoyed for their delightful personalities, high energy, and comical antics. Being some of the most colorful and playful parrots, they are definitely clowns of the parrot world.

These parrots have all the great qualities of the larger parrots and in many ways are like miniature versions of the Macaws. They are found in many sizes and colors. Their beaks are powerful, they have large heads, and they are adorned in bright colors. They are delightful comics, acrobatic, very social, and have talents for mimicry. A Conure parrot is a good choice for those wanting to step up from a Budgie or Cockatiel but not quite ready for the commitment of a large parrot like a Macaw, African Grey, or Cockatoo.

Being very outgoing and social, a conure parrot will quickly adapt to its new environment and cage. Because they are smaller parrots, they require less space and are generally less expensive than large parrots. Depending on size, in a good environment, they can live up to 15 years for a smaller conure parrot, or up to about 35 years for the larger species. They love attention and make wonderful pets, but can be very vocal.

The bird guides for each type of conure provide in-depth information about living with them.

 

Care and feeding of Conures

 

Conures are much more sedentary in captivity than in the wild so their diet should be somewhat restricted. In the wild, they feed mainly on grass seeds, nuts, berries, fruits, flowers, buds, insects, and grains.

Conures are active birds and need a spacious cage to move about and accommodate toys. The minimum cage size for a conure is 36 inches long, 24 inches wide, and 24 inches high. Conures generally love to bathe — in their water dish, in the shower with their owner, or via a spray bath.

A conure’s diet should include a nutritionally balanced manufactured diet, supplemented with fresh vegetables, fruit, and healthy table foods. Conures have busy beaks, which makes Lafeber foods a conure favorite. Lafeber’s Avi-Cakes, Pellet-Berries, and Nutri-Berries offer balanced nutrition that appeals to a conure’s chewing needs. A properly cared-for conure can live between 20 to 30 years.

 

Training of a Conure for sale

 

Always handle your pet conure gently. If a person is afraid of a bird, the bird can sense this and it can make it impossible to develop a relationship. Never hit your bird or you will lose its trust, probably forever.

Taming Basics:
To train your pet, the first thing you should do is have its wings clipped. A bathroom is a good area for working with your conure to train it. Be sure to cover the mirrors, have the windows closed and covered, and the door closed.
Always reward good behavior and each success with loving praise and a treat. Some treats are a cracker, fruit such as a piece of grape, or a nut. Repeat the hand-taming lessons several times a day but for short periods of time, about 20 minutes a session.

Initial Training:
Place the conure on a perch. If it insists on flying off, pick it up and replace it on the perch until it becomes used to the perch and is comfortable with it.
The next step is to take a second perch and gently push into your pet’s chest to encourage it to step up on it. Sometimes offering a treat to coax it up on the perch as it reaches for the treatment will help.
Once it steps up without hesitation, you can then substitute your finger for the perch. If your conure tries to bite, you can blow on it and it will soon learn to behave.

Advanced Training:
These are very bright birds and love learning tricks. Some of the tricks you can teach it to do are to play dead, lay on its back, and even pick up objects and bring them to you. Your conure can also learn to talk with patience and persistence.

 

Temperament

 

The conure (for sale) is a playful, amusing bird that enjoys athletic tricks. These birds are smart, interactive, and easily trained. In general, it is a very affectionate and cuddly bird that is gentle to all members of the family as long as it’s treated well. The bird is not without assertiveness, though; it can turn aggressive suddenly if provoked.

This parrot can go through nippy phases that can be hard on children as well as on adults. Even the tamest pet bird can get startled and bite. This is not a true reflection of its personality; it’s a natural reaction.

Like all parrots, conures are social birds that need a considerable amount of interaction with their human owners to be happy. They are naturally playful and affectionate when they get the attention they need, making them uniquely suited for those who want a bird for steady companionship.

 

Maintenance

 

Basic cage care includes daily cleaning of the water and food dishes. Weekly you should wash all the perches and dirty toys. The floor should be lined with newspaper and changed daily, or covered with an absorbent bedding such as corn cobs or pine shavings and changed weekly. A total hosing down and disinfecting of an aviary should be done yearly, replacing anything that needs to be freshened, such as old dishes, toys, and perches.

Additional information

Age

1 – 2 Months old, 3 – 5 Months old, 7 – 09 Months old

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