Sex: Unknown At This Time Create a BirdBreeders.com account to save favorites, leave a review for your breeder or list your aviary. Birdsville / Petsville – Bird & Small Animal Specialists. You should also supply a chopped salad heavy on seasonal fruits and vegetables, with plenty of chopped greens supplied. Soaked, sprouted, or milkyseeding grasses should be offered regularly. Breeding Mulga Parrot’s Sexing Mulga Parrot’s Diet for Mulga Parrot’s. Price would be 60$ for 2 birds. Diet: Found in store, for more details call Birdsville 9667 2555. Species: Cinnamon Green Cheek Conure Mulga Parrot females sometimes lay over-sized clutches, straining their bodies. You should provide richer food in the breeding season, perhaps eggfood, special bird breeder's mix, or even live food. With his yellow forehead, dab of a scarlet crown, yellow shoulder-patch, and orangey-red lower belly, this flashy bird is the jewel of the aviary. Like most Australian grass parakeets, the Mulga Parrot isn't terribly difficult to feed right, but the birds do tend to become obese if you don't watch out. It is easily distinguished from the equally colorful Red-rumped Parakeet, P. haematonotus, because the Mulga has a greenish rump, while the male Red-rumped has, as you might guess, a red rump. The powder-coated metal cage should be a large one, perhaps a minimum of 24”w by 18”d by 24” h, and you should also have a play gym with chew items and assorted toys. Housing:
In general, the Mulga is the more western bird, while the Red-rumped is found more to the east. When setting up the aviary, bear in mind that this sun-loving species doesn't tolerate being cold and damp. The Mulga uses a dry, scrubby grassland habitat. ©2020 by Tail Feathers Brisbane - Feathered family raised for families. The Mulga Parrot is one of two closely related endemic Australian species of Psephotus grass parakeets. in Many Baby Parrots are available. (No harsh chatter from this species, though none of the Psephotus parrots are known as "talking birds" so if you are looking for a "talker" these are not the sort of bird for you). I will special order that companion for you, raise and train it in my home. Psephotus varius Natural Distribution and Habitat . You want to interact with your pet every day to keep it socialized, so make it practical for the two of you to be together. The Mulga uses a dry, scrubby grassland habitat. In general, the Mulga is the more western bird, while the Red-rumped is found more to the east. You may want to ask your vet or breeder about whether to offer calcium or other supplements, but bear in mind that calcium may not easily be absorbed without access to either natural sunlight, full spectrum lighting, or vitamin D3. However, if she keeps over-producing, her life is likely to be short, so consider such tactics as removing the nest box. YOUR NEXT BABY BIRD & PARROT ARE GETTING READY TO WEAN ONTO PARROT FOOD ~ RESERVE YOUR BABY TODAY !!! These are parakeets. These are playful and gentle birds, with great colors and lovely musical calls. Hand Raised Blue Throated Conure Information, Hand Raised Major Mitchell Cockatoo Information, Hand Raise Sulphur Crested Cockatoo Information, Hand Raised Purple Crowned Lorikeet Information, Aristopet Worming Syrup Plus Praziquantel For Ornamental Birds, Passwell First Aid for Sick and Injured Birds, Tropican High Performance Granules for Parrots, Tropican Lifetime Formula Granules for Parrots, Tropican High Performance Biscuits for Parrots, Tropican High Performance Granules for Cockatiels, Tropican Lifetime Formula Granules for Cockatiels. More information coming soon. These birds would make a fine pet or breeding project. for sale
Pair of Mulga parrots also known as the many color parakeets available 2 years.Mulga Parrots are a pretty rare species here in the USA, and are great birds, alot of fun and easy to work with.- they get even more colorful as they age!) They love to bathe, both in clean sand and in water, so provide them with the proper shallow “puddles” of sand and dirt to allow them to do so. Male Mulga Parrot feeding on what looks like berries (photo courtesy of M. Eaton) [Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary, near Cunnamulla, QLD, June 2019] Male Mulga Parrots drinking water (photo courtesy of M. Eaton) [Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary, near Cunnamulla, QLD, September 2017] Lateral view of a male Mulga Parrot drinking from a leaking water tank It would be relatively rare to own a single pet Mulga Parrot, but in the event that you do, be aware of the bird's need for exercise to fight obesity, boredom, and aggression. Temperament: Friendly... SUN CONURE BABY ~ GETTING READY TO WEAN ONTO PARROT FOOD ~ RESERVE YOUR BABY TODAY !!! Appearance: With breeding pairs, be respectful of the Mulga Parrot's somewhat aggressive yet reserved nature, and provide housing that allows your pets to feel safe. Contact me on 203-683-8389 Although reportedly rather bold in the wild, they may have a tendency to be nervous and aggressive in captivity, except in a large flight, so they are rarely held as single pets. I... Mulga parrot (aka many colors parrot If you have a female that is constantly over-producing eggs, consult with a vet or another breeder to put a stop to the behaviour You may be able to save some of the excess eggs or babies by placing them with foster parrots. The adult male Mulga Parrot is a multi-coloured bird sometimes described as “green,” which utterly fails to capture the way this striking bird may look green in some lights and turquoise in others.