$500.00 – $800.00
The sun conure is a playful, amusing bird that enjoys athletic tricks. These birds are intelligent, interactive, and easily trained. In general, it is a very affectionate and cuddly bird that is gentle to all family members as long as it’s treated well. However, even the tamest pet bird can get startled and bite.
Sun conures are suitable for beginners as long as you have enough space and time to raise them. If you live alone and work a lot, you may want to consider another pet other than a sun conure. Still, if you can manage to do it, a sun conure is an excellent option for beginners for countless reasons.
Sun Conures are a befitting choice for families looking for colorful and intelligent companion birds with overflowing personalities. Their bright and stunning plumage makes them among the most popular pet birds around. They are native to northeastern South America, including Venezuela, northern Brazil, and Guyana.
With a medium-sized, nicely proportioned figure, Sun Conures grow to be about 12 inches long from beak to tail feathers, and can enjoy a lifespan of up to 30 years in captivity. However, they are not an ideal choice for first-time bird owners, as they require daily interaction, consistent training, and constant socialization to remain tame and well-behaved.
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These loyal, playful, and affectionate birds are expressive, vocal, and lively. They are intelligent and easy to train, making them suitable for families with children and other pets. They tend to mimic other sounds such as whistles, microwaves, doorbells, and telephones, though, some birds never mimic any sounds.
It is important to bear in mind that Sun Conures are loud, capable of emitting ear-piercing screams due to their shrill call used in the wild to bring attention to big situations from miles away. Their bare white patches of skin around the eyes, known as “eye rings,” are considered a beautiful feature.
These birds have a healthy diet that consists of fruits, veggies, a soak-and-sprout mix, seeds, and naturally colored pellets. Their ability to learn and mimic sounds, coupled with their colorful and lively personality, makes them a fitting choice for those looking for a bird for steady companionship.
3 to 5 months old, 6 to 9 months old, 1 year to 2 Years old