Cockatoos for sale
More About Our Cockatoos For Sale
Cockatoos are one of the most favored birds as pets in the Parrot family. They are beautiful birds possessing striking talking abilities. Cockatoos are extremely beautiful, loving, and social creatures, portraying an intelligent, playful, inquisitive, and enchanting self.
Most Cockatoos are white in color, but others come in grays and pinks, blacks, and in the Palm's case, deep blue.
These birds are high maintenance both physically and emotionally, as they need a lot of attention and a great deal of time outside their cages. Without adequate attention, cockatoos sometimes become excessively boisterous and are potentially destructive, chewing on furniture, walls, and other household items.
Weight: Average 9 to 31 ounces depending on the species.
Size: Average 13 to 26 inches (30 to 90 cm) in length.
Cockatoo Lifespan: 26 to 50 years (upwards of 60-80 years is possible).
We Breed the following in our store :
Bare Eye Cockatoos, Black Palm Cockatoos, Citron Crested Cockatoos, Ducorp Cockatoos, Eleanora Cockatoos, Goffin Cockatoos, Greater Sulpher Crested Cockatoos, Lesser Sulpher Crested Cockatoos, Major Mitchell Cockatoos, Moluccan Cockatoos, Red-Tailed Black Cockatoos, Rose Breasted Cockatoos, Slender Billed Corella Cockatoos, Umbrella Cockatoos
Cockatoos Personality & Behavior
The Cockatoos are vivacious and affectionate birds. They are quite "cuddly" and bond very closely with their owners. However, their sociability and need for affection mean they demand a great deal of time from their owners. Deprived of affection, cockatoos will become depressed or exhibit neurotic behaviors. They are intelligent, playful, mischievous, and they can be exceptionally loud. They are somewhat excitable, so sometimes don't do that well around young kids.
Cockatoo As A Pet
The Cockatoos very social animals and must spend time out of their cage and with their owners each day. Their natural curiosity and craving for attention make life beautiful with cockatoos as pets. Their "cuddly" nature makes them adorable pets. They simply crave time and affection from their owners.
With a little bit of training, they can quickly bond with their owners. Each Cockatoo is different in nature from the other, but most of them are docile. They love to learn and perform activities like singing, playing, laughing, and dancing. They are also good at performing various tricks and love taking baths. They have impressive vocal abilities and are dedicated chewers, which must be considered before deciding on cockatoos as pets.
A Cockatoo should be provided with a proper diet to keep it happy and content. A pet Cockatoo's regular diet includes pellets, veggies, nuts, fruits, small-sized pasta, cooked chicken or turkey, and other bits and pieces of foods.
Many even prefer boiled vegetables to fresh ones.
Give plenty of freshwater to your Cockatoo for a happy and healthy bird.
Beware, that a Cockatoo 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.