Cohabitat Finches and Amazon Parrolets

Can Finches and Amazon Parrots leave in the same cage?

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Sep 24, 2010
Cohabitat Finches and Amazon Parrolets
by: Linda

No, you cannot put them together. Bird species need to be kept together, as in finches with finches, canaries with canaries, parrotlets with parrotlets and other parrots with their own kind.

Anytime you are putting multiple birds into one cage, cage has to be very large with multiple feeding/watering stations so each bird has his/her own place to eat and drink. Small cages with inadequate feeding/watering facilities will cause fighting, sickness and death. Exercise is also very important so add two to three times size for each bird placed in the cage. You will have healthier, happier birds if they are in the largest cages you can afford. If you cannot afford larger cages, then sell or trade some of them and keep only one or two pair of each if cages are large enough. Most sites give the minimum size one bird can be housed in, and you need to add at least 3 times that size for one bird, so multiples need even more room.

Thanks for writing before you tried this, as this indicates you are thinking about the welfare of your birds.

Linda

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