Golden capped conures are a species of parrot that originates from Brazil and Paraguay
Juveniles of this species are essentially green, having an orange color around their eyes, on their beaks, and on their breasts near their wings. Their tails have navy and green. Until they attain maturity, their full coloration is only seen after about two years after birth. The golden capped conures grow to about 13-14 inches and weigh about 150grams and can live for up to 30 years. They have gray feet, blackish bills, and brown irises. Their breast feathers have a mix of red and green. Their tail feathers are olive green mixed with a bluish tip. Their primary feather wing coverts and underwing coverts are blue.
GOLDEN CAPPED CONURES ARE AFFECTIONATE BIRDS THAT REQUEST SO MUCH PLAYTIME. This species has a very loud scream and is noisy at dawn and bedtime. They require training to stop nippy behaviors that come with maturity. However, this is not a problem because they are smart and respond swiftly to training.
Their cages are A worth noting item on the list. A spacious square or rectangular cage appropriate is most preferable. Advisably, do a thorough checking of the security mechanism of the cage before purchase. Their Cage size should be approximate; 24″ W x 24″ H x 24″ D and Bar spacing of 5/8″ to 3/4″. The cage should be a strong one (wrought iron, stainless steel) so it can withstand the conure’s tough beak. Horizontal bar wires will allow the conure to exercise by climbing on the sides of the cage.
A conure should be provided with proper diet to keep it happy and content. Their regular diet includes nuts, veggies, small-sized pastas, fruits, cooked chicken or turkey, pellets, and other bits and pieces of food. Many would prefer boiled vegetables to fresh ones. Accompanied by plenty of freshwaters.