$400.00 – $650.00
The Quaker parrot or the Monk parrot makes an amazing companion. These birds are known to be entertaining, clever, and very curious. They are extremely social birds. These highly intelligent birds are fun to train and can make the best companions because of their friendly and loving nature. In fact, they are among the most popular pet parrot species for all the right reasons. Having a bird this smart can be quite a handful for first-time owners. That is why this book is designed to take to through your journey with your Quaker, one step at a time.
Quaker Parrots, also known as Monk Parrots, are friendly birds that can get along well with just about anyone. However, like all parrots, it is crucial to socialize them to maintain this pleasant temperament. These birds are primarily green with a grey face, neck, and chest, and grow up to 12 inches long.
With a lifespan of 15 to 20 years and sometimes even longer, modern healthy diets, exercise, and mental stimulation are contributing factors to their longevity. Quaker Parrots are tough creatures and make excellent companions. They can also be great pets for older children, provided that they receive adequate supervision.
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The Blue Monk Parrots are a rare variant of Quaker Parrots and are not naturally occurring. The blue color is a result of a genetic mutation, and like the other Quakers, they grow to be approximately 12 inches long.
Quakers require daily social interaction, whether it is direct or indirect out-of-cage time to be part of the household “flock”. With proper socialization, Quakers can mimic human speech and are considered one of the best talking parrots, similar to the African Grey Parrot. However, when not adequately socialized, Quakers can become cage aggressive.
These parrots love to chew, and providing them with various toys is essential to keep them mentally stimulated to prevent boredom and self-mutilation.
To help them exercise and stretch their feet, it is ideal to provide Quakers with a range of differently sized perches.
3 to 5 months old, 6 to 9 months old, 1 year to 2 Years old