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Caiques

They are relatively small and stocky, with a short, square tail and very bright colors.

 

These lively little parrots pack a lot of personality into a tiny bundle of feathers and they're known to be the clowns of the bird world. Quick learners, they're adept at picking up fun tricks that play into their personalities.

 

They can live up to 40 years

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Canary

This little finch is a very pleasant companion bird whose cheerfulness is communicated with a melodious song that is much softer and more pleasant than that of many larger birds.

 

This undemanding little charmer is an excellent starter bird for beginners. When kept as pets, canaries typically live 10 to 15 years, but the average is five to six years

Housing for any bird is an important factor for keeping it healthy, but proper housing for the canary is essential for keeping it happy and singing.

 

Also, each canary should have its own cage, or the result could be deadly. Canaries are territorial and do not like to be housed together.

The canary-winged parakeet is known for its agility and enjoys spending time hanging upside down on a playgym. They are also affectionate. These pet birds like to play, so provide them with a variety of choice of toys rotated often.

 

Recently, canary-winged parakeets were separated into two species: the white-winged parakeet (Brotogeris versicoluris) and the yellow-chevroned parakeet (Brotogeris chiriri).

Canary Winged BeeBee

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Cockatiels

Cockatiels have great personalities and are easy to tame. They are good whistlers and mimics and are generally good for handling. They make a good choice for beginners. These attractive little parrots are considered part of the cockatoo family.

 

As a member of this family, they display their cute little erectile crests, as well as have their male/female coloring and their nesting behaviors.

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Which vary in size from small to medium, often charm people with their playfulness and inquisitive personalities.

 

They generally like to be where the household activity is, which can include mealtime and hanging out with their favored people. Lifespan up to 20 years.

Conures

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Cockatoos

The cockatoos are generally medium to large parrots of stocky build and a movable headcrest. It is raised when the bird lands from flying or when it is aroused.

 

Dont let their bland coloring fool you, though; cockatoos have very colorful personalities. As a breed, they are known for being smart, curious, and very loving.

 

With over 21 species of the cockatoo in the world, it can get a little confusing on which one to pick. A Cockatoos lifespan is 50-70 years.

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Finches are the perfect alternative for those wanting a feathered pet but not prepared to take on the challenges of caring for a parrot.

 

Finches dont talk and are hands-off birds, but they delight their owners with their aerial antics and social interactions with one another.

They will be content housed in a large flight cage or aviary with other finches.

 

A finch most likely will not be a cuddly companion (although some hand-raised finches, especially zebra finches, have been known to perch on a finger) like a parrot.

Finch

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Lovebirds

There are nine species of lovebirds, and all belong to the genus Agapornis,though only a few are typically available as pets; namely the peach-faced, masked and Fischers lovebirds.

 

Lovebirds are so named because of their strong pair bonds. Lovebirds range in size from just over 5 inches to just over 6 inches, which makes them among the smaller parrot species.

 

Lovebirds have short, blunt tail feathers, unlike budgies (parakeets), which have long pointed tails, and lovebirds are also stockier.

 

Lovebirds, in general, can be aggressive to birds outside their own family group. Care is to be taken when introducing new birds into the area.

 

Unlike some parrots, lovebirds dont imitate human speech.

 

Their life span is generally about 15 years or longer.

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Macaws big size and vibrant colors make them hard to overlook.

 

These social birds can create a racket when they feel so inclined, and their clownish ways are sure to draw attention.

 

Although their large beaks can be intimidating, a well-socialized macaw can be a friendly and affectionate companion.

 

Lifespan 30+ years

Macaws

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The budgie (parakeet) is often thought of as a “beginner bird,” however, this social, outgoing little bird deserves just as much care and attention as larger parrots. Budgies are playful, love food and they can rival any parrot in terms of talking ability.

In general, birds that can be called parakeets are those hookbills that exhibit a long tail and are generally smaller than the large types of parrots, such as Macaws, Amazons, and Cockatoos.

 

Parakeets are typically highly intelligent and easy to train, and most are excellent talkers -- some are even more proficient at mimicking human speech than the larger parrot species.

Parakeets

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