"Learn More About The Yellow Headed Parrot"
A Little History on the Yellow Headed Parrot
Twenty to forty feet in the trees cavities is where the Yellow Headed parrot lays their 2-3 eggs usually around February to May. In the wild their food would consist of blossoms, bud, berries, fruit and nuts of course. As a pet owner you should feed them a well balanced pellet food about 90% of the time and berries when in season, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds 10% of the time. The Yellow Headed parrot is getting expensive because they are also getting rare. The Yellow Headed parrot have great vocal abilities and as far as feather plucking this is very rare that this would happen. The only drawback of the Yellow Headed parrot is the males are hot tempered. I have been around a lot different animals the younger you get them the better. Then you have to train the Yellow Headed parrot and be around them as much as you can at first a little and every day more and more time will help you form a relationship and he will know what you will tolerate and what you will not. The wealth of your Yellow Headed parrot depends on you and your awareness of what’s going on with them. Most of the time they will tell you what is going on like attention they may start making a lot of noise or be irritable. Watch for the signs and you can fix the problem right away.
In conclusion: If you have the time and the money to own the Yellow Headed parrot they are great talkers and are highly desirable pets and will make a great pet for your family.