All companion bird species have different instinctive behaviors.
This important parrot information will help you to know what you should expect from your feathered friends, and what they need to be happy. We have provided abundant information on different species that will deter many problem behaviors.
Check out this free bird training course that really works.
Click on the species you would like to know more about and see the parrot's photo, read about their instinctive personality, and learn interesting facts and tips on how to care for them.
Once you click on a species below, you will find more specifics on different breeds and the different mutations often found.
Be sure to check out our Parrot Species Comparison Chart . If you are new to companion birds or wanting to add to your flock, you will want to see this chart.
Please sign up for our Parrots Cove Newsletter and help us make this the one stop for your Parrot and Conure World. Don't forget that we will make a page for your parrot! Just click on the button near the top left that reads Submit Bird Stories.
To compare species, click here to view the Parrot Species Comparison Chart.
You need a Travel Cage for your bird!
Look at Discount Travel Bird Cages now
You need a cage to bring your baby home first of all. But you will want to take your bird outside with you, to visit friends and family and for vet visits too!
We carry several discount travel bird cages, but our favorite is the Adventure Pack Stainless Travel Cage.
The Adventure Pack has a removable canvas carrier that is also a back pack. You can roll down the sides on cold days to keep your bird from getting chilled between your house and the car.
You can also roll down just one side if you are outside and want the bird to get plenty of air, but keep the sun off of him. You can, of course, take the canvas off altogether and use the cage without a cover.
Some people use this cage for their sleeping cage. You can put familiar toys and perches, food and a water bottle, or whatever you wish.
This training program has abundant parrot information that will help you train your parrot.
The people on this Yahoo group are very helpful and will be happy to answer questions you have about adopting your bird or about a bird you already have.
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After reading our Parrot Information, visit our Discount Parrot Supply Store