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The cockatiel is a perfect pet bird. A hand-raised Cockatiel quickly becomes attached to its owner. The males very easily learn to whistle tunes and can even be taught to talk. Cockatiels are easy to breed in either cages or aviaries. They are an excellent choice for anyone that would like to go into business raising birds. There is always a ready market for tame babies. Originally from Australia, many thousands are reared worldwide as pets. Cockatiels are also known as a show bird.
Cockatiels Parrots are fairly easy to tame and are perfect for someone starting off as a first bird owner. Cuddly, outgoing, and comical are just three reasons why the cockatiel is the Number One pet bird. Cockatiels are also talented whistlers, and male cockatiels, in particular, are known for their whistle melodies, which can be directed at their favored person, their favorite object is a mirror and their reflection.
When not whistling or keeping themselves busy foraging for food and fun around the cage, cockatiels often enjoy spending their downtime snuggling on their favored person's shoulder. A healthy, well-socialized cockatiel can make a great family pet and is also ideal for apartment living.
It is necessary to understand a Cockatiel behavior to keep them happy and content for life. They can be trained to imitate simple words and sentences. They can even whistle softly. These things make them adorable. Tame cockatiels often love to do something like taking showers with you and wolf-whistle.
Cockatiel As A Pet
Cockatiels as pets are active and playful and should have a large cage. Cockatiels are perfect for amateur Parrot pet owners. By nature, they are cheerful birds and are seldom temperamental. Pet Cockatiels are small in size with colorfully patterned feathers.
They need clean and spacious cages that would keep them at ease. Shower them with ample love and attention, and they will easily bond with you. It is essential to keep their feathers trimmed to prevent them from flying away.
A Cockatiel's general diet includes seeds, pellets, chopped fruits, greens, canned corns, muffins or soft bread, millets, and vegetables. It is essential always to wash their food and water containers regularly.
Give plenty of freshwater to your Parakeet for a happy and healthy bird.
Beware, that a Parakeet can become bored with a formulated diet that can trigger off negative behavior.
Make a combination of small parrot mix and supplement with your bird's regular meals.
Vitamin supplements can be added to their drinking water or sprinkled on their food.
Make sure you never feed your bird avocado, cabbage, parsley, and iceberg lettuce.
Remember, your pet's diet will improve its health and will keep its content.