Green Cheek Conure
Green Cheek Conures are extremely social birds. They have a need for social interaction. A single bird will get more attached to its keeper but if you are not at home a lot it is best to get two birds. It is a fact that two birds of the same sex get along just as well as a mixed pair. Even more so if the Green Cheek Conures were introduced while they are still young.
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About Green Cheek Conures
Green Cheek Conure Information:
Green Cheek Conure Size:
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Green Cheek Conure Temperament:
A Green Cheek Conure can be trained to go to the bathroom in special areas when it is out of the cage. Owing to its quiet nature, the Green Cheek Conure is the perfect choice as an apartment bird. Some may be noisier than the rest but it is the quietest bird in the entire parrot family.
Green Cheek Conure Grooming:
Regular wing clipping is recommended to prevent flying away or any injuries to the bird.
Giving your Conure the opportunity to bathe is important. Frequent bathing serves several purposes. It prevents dry skin, softens the keratin coating which helps with moulting, and keep your bird bright and clean.
Your bird should have access to a bathing dish with fresh water every day.
Green Cheek Conure Feeding:
Like all parrot species, balanced nutrition is very important for pet Green Cheek Conures. Most Green Cheek Conures do well on a diet consisting of a high quality commercial pellet and seed mix, and supplemented with lots of fresh bird-safe fruits and vegetables.
Green Cheek Conure Cage:
Green Cheek Conures can be quite active little birds, and should be allowed time outside their cage each day to play, explore, and stretch their wings.
The cage should be as large as possible. The height of the cage is less important than the width and length. Your bird needs to be able to flap its wings without risking injury. Ideally the minimum length and width should be 100cm. This size will give more room for your bird to fly from one side to the other.