Gold capped conure (Aratinga auricapillus) is a species of parrot in the genus Aratinga, endemic to Brazil. Description The Gold capped conure has a body length of 30 cm, the tail length is 13-15 cm. The top is predominantly green in...
The Dusky headed conure ( Aratinga weddellii ), also known as the Weddell parakeet, is a species of parrot in the Neotropical genus Macaws. It is found along the tributaries of the Amazon in southeastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, eastern Peru,...

Nanday conure

The Nanday conure ( Aratinga nenday, syn .: Nandayus nenday ) is a species of bird in the subfamily New World parrots. The species occurs in South America. The species was previously considered to be a member of the monotypic...

Sun conure

The sun conure ( Aratinga solstitialis ) is a South American parrot. Description Although its plumage is predominantly yellow, its also has other colors: orange shade on the face and belly, green primary and secondary coverts, just like the flight feathers...

Jenday Conure

Jenday Conure: ( Aratinga jandaya ) 23 is a species of medium-sized bird in the parrot or parrot family (Psittacidae). It inhabits the forested areas of northeastern Brazil. It was discovered by the German naturalist Johann Friedrich Gmelin in 1788. Description Although...
Green cheek conure eggs: The Green cheek conure female usually lays 4 eggs. Incubation lasts 27 days and weaning is 8 weeks. During reproduction, the male is excessively nervous as soon as one enters the aviary to inspect the nest...
Successful cohabitation between many conure: When you see these 3 pyrrhura conures, you imagine that they have known each other for a long time !!! Well no! The pyrrhura opaline in the center is the newcomer to the name of Opia. He was hand-raised,...
Training teaching green cheek conure tricks: Once trust is established between the two of you, the training sessions can begin. I advise you to do short sessions of 10 to 15 minutes, two to three times a day depending on...

Parrot biting

Parrot biting: Birds can bite and sometimes the injury can be quite serious. However, a well-socialized bird will never bite for no reason; if it does, it is because it feels threatened, disturbed, or to get your attention (a...
  Free flight with my conures, my story ... New article and a new story. This time around I would like to share with you the story of Molly Nae, an avid glider who practices free flight. Recently while browsing Facebook, I...