Here we have hundreds of pet bird profiles along with detailed instructions and tips regarding how to take care of them. From finches and parrots to macaws and cockatoos, you can check out their temperament and requirements here to decide which one would be a suitable pet for you.
Red factor canaries (Scientific Name: Serinus canaries) are a color-bred bird, developed by crossing a yellow domestic canary with a red siskin. They are showy and ideal for people who want to flaunt their pet to guests, or even at bird shows. They are an easy pet to keep, although, breeding one is not that easy.
The yellow canary, a small sized bird, owes its origin to the wild canary and is found at the elevation of 1,500 meters off the sea level. Easy to look after, a yellow canary is an ideal choice if you are looking for an apartment bird, quiet and peaceful.
Ringneck doves, the most common of all doves, are popularly known as the barbary dove when they are domesticated. Although originated in Africa but this medium sized bird is frequently seen in the states of US like Florida and Georgia.
The diamond doves are one of the smallest pigeon species found in Australia. Although both the sexes look exactly similar, the females have a slightly brownish-gray plumage and less thick eye ring as compared to the males, which have a silvery-gray plumage.
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The small-sized cockatoo, scientifically known as Callocephalon fimbriatum, belongs to Cacatuidae family. The sexually dimorphic species has a good longevity so enthusiastic bird lovers should be ready for the commitment. The gang-gang cockatoo is overall a good choice.
Red-tailed black cockatoos, (scientific name: Calyptorhynchus banksii) are graceful birds found only in Australia. This sexually dimorphic species exhibits a beautiful crest on their head, and it stays recumbent most of the time. They are prone to shed feathers and hence not suitable for owning by allergic people. Moreover, their frequent noisiness is not recommended for…
The hawk-headed parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus) is an unusual choice for a pet bird. But the robust coloration and magnificent look (the crown-like feathers on the head) make them a good pick, with an addition to these, the bird has a versatile mood.
The vasa parrot is a genus (Coracopsis) of medium-sized birds that are rarely seen in aviculture. It is divided into three species known as greater vasa parrot, lesser vasa parrot, and Seychelles black parrot. The first two species have multiple subspecies.