Baby Major Mitchell Cockatoo for Sale
Baby Major Mitchell Cockatoo for Sale, is a medium size parrot also known as the (Leadbeater’s cockatoo or the pink cockatoo). This beautiful salmon pink bird is a native to the arid and semi-arid inland areas of Australia. They are known to have a very strong relationship with their keepers and is usually a one man bird due to their high demand for attention and care.
Are you searching for a reputable breeder or aviary store to purchase this amazing and intelligent parrot, I must say that you are in the right place. Here at Feathered Grey Parrot Home you will find a wide selection of healthy, hand feed, baby Major Mitchell cockatoo birds available for sale with safe and guaranteed delivery anywhere in the US and Canada.
Note: All our baby cockatoo parrot for sale is covered with a 60-days health guarantee by the Bird Breeder. If you have questions about what is covered, please view the Law associated with your state.
Within 60 days of purchasing your new baby parrot, you must take him/her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within 60 days of purchase, that the bird is clinically ill or will die from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of sale and delivery, you have the following options:
- Return the bird for a complete refund.
- Return the bird for a replacement Bird of equal value.
- Retain the bird and receive reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, not exceeding the purchase price.
Feeding Habits (Baby Major Mitchell Cockatoo)
The Major Mitchell Cockatoo bird feeds mostly on seeds, fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, pine trees and insects. High-quality pellets, a moderate amount of seed mix, and daily helpings of fresh, thoroughly washed bird-safe fruits and vegetables are the ideal diet for these birds. They tend to enjoy green leafy vegetables like lettuce, spinach, and Swiss chard as well as carrots, celery, corn, green beans, and zucchini.
This bird specie breed from the month of August to December (Spring).They form a life-long bond with their mate. The pair will place bits of wood and small stones in a hollow, which they like to use again every year. The pair will have 2 – 5 eggs in a clutch, which are incubated for 25 – 30 days. Both the parents will look after the chicks and they will stay in the nest for the first 6 to 8 weeks before they fledge (leave the nest). They will form small, family groups that stay together for quite some time.