Some bird care should be done daily, such as changing the water and cleaning the nursery. Feeders should be cleaned regularly to prevent the formation of mold, caused by leftover food.

Many birds love to bathe and this practice is good for the animal’s health. Therefore, it is advisable to leave a bathtub with clean water for refreshing. These birds are very fond of sun, but should never be exposed during the peak of the heat.

One of the remarkable characteristics of the species is its resistance to any type of disease. The only thing they have trouble dealing with is the cold. If their feet freeze, they may lose a few fingers, so it is always necessary to think about the temperature control of the nurseries in the cold months.

The parakeets are very diurnal birds, because during the day they look for food to give to the puppies and at night they need to rest. So you need to sleep as much as possible and rest at night to get good health and enjoy the day. Leave it preferably in a place with little noise and mild environment, where you can have peace of mind.

At certain times of the year there is excessive dropping of animal feathers, but this is normal, it is just the natural process of exchange. To improve the health of the bird during this process, it is indicated to give foods with calcium and depending on vermifuge, but everything under medical prescription.

Space for parakeets

The ideal place to mount a nursery is under a tree, facing the spring to receive the first rays of morning sun. These birds are not a good option to have in a small cage, but for those who intend to have a large nursery.

There are different types of cages: some for the tame ones and others for the crabs. The best material is wire, which does not spoil easily, even with pecks and footprints of the bird.

Food for parakeets

The ration for any bird should be very well balanced. There is a wide variety of brands and compositions available at www.zoo-bio.co.uk for each species. Storage of food should be done with care while maintaining proper ventilation and hygiene conditions. Small seeds of fruits and vegetables also serve as food for this species.

Vegetables are also very beneficial for the health of this animal, such as parsley, whitefish or spinach. In addition, Millet and Niger grains are indicated. Among the fruits, the most recommended are: pear, apple and banana, and in some cases even guava.

The Parakeet King does not like fruit pulp much, prefers its seeds. The exception is cashew. The Australian should not eat apple or avocado seeds to avoid health problems. In general, avocado is not suitable for any bird, as it can cause disintegration.

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