Our babies raised around children with a lot of love and attention, they are very sweet and tame. Will take a deposit to hold a baby till weaned. All our babies are weaned on the correct diet with plenty of fresh fruits, veggies along with a high-quality pellet. Will come with Hatched Certificate, DNA Certificate and closed banded.
The Indian Ringneck has been a favorite of bird lovers for a hundred years. due to its characteristic appearance combined with superior intelligence and an ability to speak. They are a very hardy species and will form a strong bond with their human companion if given the proper amount of attention. Native to Africa and Southern Asia, these birds are kept by pet bird owners all over the world.
Their bodies are generally monotone, with all feathers being of the same general color. Their bright red beaks stand out against their plumage, and the males, with their black stripe, can give the impression that they are wearing a helmet or mask.
How Healthy is an Indian Ringneck?
Your Indian Ringneck can live 25 to 30 years in captivity. They are generally hardy birds but can suffer from Polyoma, fungal diseases, and bacterial infections. They can also be prone to vitamin A deficiency which can be addressed with diet changes.
Speech & Sound
Indian Ringneck has a variety of Speech and Sound that include some very loud screams and shout. They can be inordinately loud when in large roosting groups. These birds are creative whistlers but take care as they can learn to like whistling more than talking if you let them. Imitate human speech is one of their talents, and they may just start repeating words that they hear regularly.
Personality & Behavior.
These birds are very active and rarely sit still for more than a few minutes. They can be emotional and demand a great amount of attention to keep them tame. Lack of interaction with their human companion can cause the bird to become unfriendly and aggressive. Their need for excessive attention makes them unsuitable for first-time bird owners and their potential aggressiveness limits their viability for families with small children.
Care & Feeding
The bird’s diet should consist of pellets, seeds and fresh fruit and vegetables. It may take some effort to get your bird to accept the pellets, but it is worth it when considering the bird’s health.
A wide range of temperatures is tolerated by these hardy birds as evidenced by the wide distribution of feral populations. As they are very active, you should opt for the largest cage you can provide, as well as plenty of time outside the cage. The minimum cage size for a single Indian Ringneck is 24Lx24Wx36H inches (61×61.91.5 cm) with 1/2 to 5/8 inch (1.27 to 1.58 cm) bar spacing.