Golden Conures for Sale
The Queen of Bavaria, commonly known as the Golden Conure, is well-known for making amusing and fascinating pets. Golden conures, often known as golden conure parrots, are native to northeastern Brazil, notably the Amazon basin. The vivid yellow plumage of this medium-sized bird gave it its name. The golden baby conure has a bright yellow body, dark green outer wings, gray beak, brown colored irises, and a light pink naked eye-ring; the upper tail, neck, and head are all green, with brown legs.
Lifespan Approximately 30 years
It’s a naturally curious bird, frequently surprising its owner with its astounding vocabulary and ability to converse. It does, however, enjoy human interaction and gets bored easily, therefore engaging in amusing activities is recommended.
You’ll hand-feed your golden conure grapes, cucumbers, apples, oranges, broccoli, sweet corn, capsicum, cauliflower, yellow and red peppers, spinach, cooked pumpkin, and beans in addition to the commercial pallets offered at the market.
In terms of maintenance, make sure the food dishes are cleaned once a day. Cleaning all wooden toys on a weekly basis is also advised. Finally, ensure that it gets enough rest and sleeps soundly. You’ll have it start the cage once or twice a day once it’s well-trained.
It’s a naturally cheerful bird. Within the cage, it prefers ascending to flying. The minimum cage size for this bird should be 36″ long, 24″ broad, and 66″ high, with 34″ wire spacing. Include some wooden toys and a parrot perch within the cage due of its strong chewing tendencies. Water and food bowls should be placed separately inside the cage.