Every hand-fed baby Bare Eyed Cockatoos is weaned onto a high variety diet. They are weaned onto fruits and veggies, a soak and sprout mix we make here in the store, high variety seed that we also make here in the store, and naturally colored pellet. If you have questions regarding this baby Bare Eyed Cockatoos or any others that we have available, please give us a call! For more pictures, videos, and information.
Eyed Cockatoos can be very sweet, affectionate birds. They are goofy, playful, and very high-energy birds. A Bare Eyed would do well in a home that can offer lots of time and affection. Cockatoos require caging that can house lots of toys, perching, and activities. Bare Eyes may be one of the smaller species of cockatoos, but they have an enormous personality.
The bare-eyed cockatoo is a bird native to Australia and Southern New Guinea. Although less popular as pets due to their appearance, these birds are funny and more independent than other cockatoos.
Large cages with ample room to fly and spread the wings are ideal for these birds. Put locks or escape-proof latches on the cage since they are strong chewers. Nest boxes should have twin entry gates to prevent the male from blocking the female inside them.
They are excellent as pets with their quick learning abilities and love for performing tricks. Lack of attention might make it aggressive triggering destructive behaviors like biting, self-mutilation, and feather picking. They might become territorial after maturity and also a bit noisy.
Feeding: What do bare-eye cockatoos eat?
A controlled diet is recommended as these birds tend to become obese. Include fresh fruits, vegetables, sprouts, and seeds in their feed.
Regular bathing is required to keep these birds’ skin and plumage healthy. Dry them up in a warm room or in the sun after bathing. Clip only the primary wings so they have no trouble in flying or gliding.
3 to 5 months old, 6 to 9 months old, 1 year to 2 Years old