Indian Ringneck Parakeets for sale!
The Indian Ringneck Parakeet originated in Ceylon. Precisely, Indian Ringnecks are native to Asia and Africa and can be seen in the forests or arid environments. It’s not uncommon to see them thrive in urban areas as well. They have established colonies in environments, which are not native to them, some major points of interest include California, Florida, and the UK. Indian
Like most parrots, Indian Ringnecks are intelligent and beautiful, and exotic creatures. In fact, just looking at these birds you cannot but help be drawn in by their appearance. These birds have a hooked beak, a long tail, and are roughly 16 inches in length. The Indian Ringneck parakeet is a very popular pet. It may not be right for everyone is not the go-to for the busy. The male and female both have large tails that comprise of 12 feathers. The two largest tail feathers are blue, and they make up a large part of the parrot’s size. Their tails can extend as much as 7 inches outward for the male and 6 inches outward for the female.
They demand a lot of time and attention and adore human companionship. It will normally not take much time for baby Indian Ringnecks to respond to affection from you because it requires a lot of attention and care; they are very social and can become an excellent companion for the entire family. These birds love to talk and enjoy good challenges, which makes training lots of fun.
Alongside being intelligent, they are great at talking. Quaker Parakeets are known for their talking ability, but Ringnecks are orators. They can speak with clarity that is phenomenal. These birds are truly masters at talking for their size and can easily compete with Quakers, African Greys, and Amazons. They have been held in high esteem since ancient times. They are a large parakeet, sought after for the superiority in their form and beauty, their ability to speak, their intelligence and trainability, and because they are easy to breed. These parrots are just a replica of majesty and royalty. Ringnecks are 40 cm / 16 inches and live up to 25 – 30 years
Indian Ringnecks are known as dimorphic, meaning their sex can be determined by their colors and markings. Females, while still beautiful, lack the facial and collar bands, although some do display a barely slight darkening of color around their necks, males have deep red beaks, black facial markings, and three bands or colors around their necks. During adolescence, they go through a bluffing stage that is difficult for some owners to manage. However, Indian Ringnecks that are often and properly cared for, generally have sweet, charming personalities that make them a favorite of bird enthusiasts everywhere.