Bare Eyed Cockatoos for Sale
Eyed Cockatoos can be very sweet, affectionate birds. They are goofy, playful, and very high-energy birds. A Bare Eyed would do well in a home that can offer lots of time and affection. Cockatoos require caging that can house lots of toys, perching, and activities. Bare Eyes may be one of the smaller species of cockatoos, but they have an enormous personality.
The bare-eyed cockatoo is a bird native to Australia and Southern New Guinea. Although less popular as pets due to their appearance, these birds are funny and more independent than other cockatoos.
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Large cages with ample room to fly and spread the wings are ideal for these birds. Put locks or escape-proof latches on the cage since they are strong chewers. Nest boxes should have twin entry gates to prevent the male from blocking the female inside them.
If you’re looking for a pet bird that’s a real charmer, you’ll love keeping a Bare-Eyed cockatoo. This bird is intelligent, highly energetic, and a bird that loves clowning around. This bird loves nothing more than playing around, exercising its strong beak, and being silly. When you own a Little Corella, the bird will spend its time either chatting up a storm and playing or being calm and affectionate.
Often described as the most mentally stable cockatoo, the Little Corella is a very social bird that loves to play and interact with its owner. These birds are so social that they crave interaction with their owners. If they feel neglected, they can resort to destructive behavior. This is why you must be sure that you have plenty of time available to spend with your new bird before bringing home a Bare-Eyed cockatoo.
Without a doubt, the Little Corella makes the perfect bird companion for anyone who wants a bird that’s full of personality and fun!
Once a Bare-Eyed cockatoo has learned a new word or phrase, he can loudly repeat it over and over again, which can be annoying and a cause for some tension. Because these birds are loud and chatty, they’re not great apartment dwellers as they can easily irritate neighbors.
Feeding: What do bare-eye cockatoos eat?
A controlled diet is recommended as these birds tend to become obese. Include fresh fruits, vegetables, sprouts, and seeds in their feed.
Regular bathing is required to keep these birds’ skin and plumage healthy. Dry them up in a warm room or in the sun after bathing. Clip only the primary wings so they have no trouble in flying or gliding.
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