Eclectus parrots, along with Amazons and African greys, are among the finest species for teaching them to communicate. They are fast to pick up on practically everything you tell them. Many people believe them to be calmer than other parrots, making them excellent beginner parrots.
Eclectus Parrots are attractive, placid, peaceful, quiet birds. Their feathers have a delicate, hair-like texture, and they are so stunningly lovely that they don’t often seem to be genuine. They have a lovely disposition and would be amazing companion animals.
Pellets, as well as fresh produce and fruit, make up the majority of their diet. I provide some seeds to my breeders, but I don’t give them to the young. When feeding your Eclectus parrots pellets, you should never use any artificial colors. There have been several reports of health issues, many of which are considered to be related to artificial colors. It is preferable to err on the side of caution when selecting a pelleted diet since there are so many excellent options available now that do not include any artificial colors.
Both male and female Eclectus parrots have the potential to be wonderful companion animals. Because the female Eclectus is the more dominating of the two sexes by design, the females are frequently given a poor reputation. The female has a propensity to be protective, possessive, and aggressive in an area in which breeding is taking place. However, the male is the dominant species in the vast majority of other bird species. However, I have never heard of someone choosing not to have a male cockatoo or Amazon bird because of their domineering nature. A female Eclectus that has been properly socialized and brought up by herself as a pet has the potential to be just as delightful, affectionate, and loving as a male Eclectus.
Eclectus parrots are outstanding talkers. Their articulation is loud and unmistakable, and they are able to mimic human sounds. My breeders speak a lot, despite the fact that they are housed in the bird room and do not have nearly as much connection with humans as a pet bird would. Both the male and the female have an impressive capacity for verbal exchange. In addition, Eclectus parrots are generally quite calm birds that do not have the tendency to squawk or yell at any point in time.
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