Cockatiels Are Smart, Friendly, And Easy To Care For
A cockatiel is a small parrot with a variety of color patterns and a head. Due to their smaller size, cockatiels care and taming are easier than other parrot species. They mimic speech. However, they can be difficult to understand. Cockatiels are the smallest members of the cockatoo family. They are easy to breed in the wild. Their friendly personalities make them a natural fit for home life. Cockatoo birds became popular as pets during the 1900s. They were no longer exported from Australia. Cockatoels are gentle, affectionate, and often like to be petted and held. They're smart little birds that will enjoy a new challenge. Female cockatels can mimic sounds from your house. (max_bytes(150000):striped-icc()/cockatiels-as-pets-1236728-04-4116b0f0a7ab4be3887400adf061b01a. jpg) Cockatiel are naturally messy and produce powdery dust on their feathers. When choosing a bird, it is best to choose a hand-fed baby or at least a young bird that has been handled regularly. A well-taken young bird can cost $100 to $300. Prices will vary with color. A conscientious breeder might pay a bit more. . .