How Do Parrots Reproduce?


Parrots tends to reproduce in the warmer months. The male fertilizes the female's eggs, and the female lay on the eggs. Parrots only breed on certain cycles of the year like most bird species.
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Parrots tend to reproduce in the warmer months Parrots reproduce by the male fertilizing the female's eggs. The female then lays the egg and will brood the eggs for 26-28 days and then they hatch. Most parrots will stay with their mate for their entire life.
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