How to Breed Senegal Parrots?


Senegal parrots breed well in captivity with some prolific birds breeding year round though most breed in the winter and early spring. Clutch size is usually 3-4 eggs, which hatch out approximately 27 to 28 days later and fledge around 12 weeks of age. The nest box ought to be a vertical 3 x 3 x 3.65 metres while cage size should be at least 10 x 10 x10 centimetres.
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1. Watch your Senegals' behavior toward each other in order to determine compatibility. They will act differently when they know you are around, so try to be discrete when observing
1. Senegal parrots tend to eat all kinds of seeds, fruits, and vegetables, and even human food if offered. But there are several things that should be never introduced to it: chocolate
Parrots are commonly sold in ads, and there are also lots of rescue centers overflowing with parrots.
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How to Breed Senegal Parrots
The Senegal parrot is the most common of those belonging to the Poicephalus species, and is known to be a playful, charming and devoted little companion. It is also considered to be one of the best parent birds, along with others in its group like the... More »
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