Umbrella Cockatoos for Sale
Umbrella Cockatoos are one of the largest parrots in the cockatoo family and are highly sought after as pets due to their beautiful plumage, charming personality, and intelligence. They are named after their distinct crest, which can be raised like an umbrella, giving them a unique and striking appearance. If you are considering adding an Umbrella Cockatoo to your family, here’s what you need to know:
Appearance: Umbrella Cockatoos have soft white plumage, with a distinct yellow coloration on the under-wings and at the base of the tail. They have a gray-black beak that is large, curved, and powerful. They also have a pale bluish-white eye-ring and dark gray legs.
Personality: Umbrella Cockatoos are highly intelligent, social, and affectionate birds, which makes them great pet companions. They form strong bonds with their owners and can become very attached, often seeing their owners as their mates. They are also known for their playful and goofy nature, as well as their ability to mimic human speech and other sounds.
Lifespan: Umbrella Cockatoos have a long lifespan, living up to 70 years or more with proper care and attention.
Care: Umbrella Cockatoos require a lot of attention, love, and care to thrive as pets. They need plenty of exercise and playtime and should be provided with a large cage and play area. They also require a varied diet of high-quality pellets, fresh fruits and vegetables, and healthy treats like nuts and seeds. Regular bathing, grooming, and veterinarian checkups are crucial to their health and wellbeing.
At our bird farm, we pride ourselves on breeding and raising healthy and well-socialized Umbrella Cockatoos. Our birds are hand-raised, and we make sure they are well-adjusted to human interaction before being placed in a home. We also offer a health guarantee with all of our birds, ensuring that you receive a healthy and well-cared-for companion.
If you’re interested in bringing an Umbrella Cockatoo into your home, we are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our available birds and how we can assist you in finding the perfect feathered companion for your family.
3 to 5 months old, 6 to 9 months old, 1 year to 2 Years old