Red Vented Cockatoo for Sale (Philippines Cockatoo)
Red vented cockatoo for sale, are you searching for an intelligent and delightful bird? Well, look no further because these Red Vented Cockatoos are just the parrots for you. They are lovable and playful, yet they are also very intelligent, making them easy to train. Their vocalization makes them great pets; they can mimic your voice when you talk and other sounds. Red Vented Cockatoos or Philippine cockatoos make beautiful pets and will quickly develop a strong bond with their owner. You can also buy birds like, Best Moluccan Cockatoo for Sale(Salmon Crested Cockatoo for Sale), Best Rose-Breasted Galah Cockatoos for Sale, Major Mitchell Cockatoo for Sale, Red Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale, Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo for Sale, Umbrella Cockatoo for Sale, Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale, and many others. browse our available cockatoo parrots for sale list for more.
All Red vented cockatoo bird purchased through our site is covered with at least a 30-day health guarantee by the Bird Breeder. If you have questions about what is covered, please view the Law associated with your state.
Within 30 days of purchasing your new Birdie, you must take him/her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within 30 days of purchase, that your 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.
Buy Red Vented Philippines Cockatoo Online
The Red vented cockatoo for sale also known as Philippines cockatoo is a beautiful, and very reorganize bird specie that lives in the rainforests and mangrove swamps of the Palawan archipelago, in the Philippines. It is an outgoing bird that can learn to do tricks and also loves to be around their human owner, red vented cockatoos are brilliant and need a lot of attention from their owners because they do not like being left alone for long.
The Philippines Cockatoo is easily identified by its white plumage with a red under tail and pale yellow underwings. They have a greyish white beaks and a bare ring around their eyes. The males have dark brown eyes and the females have dark red eyes, It is 12.3 inches long and has an 8.7 inches wingspan. The Red vented cockatoo is very interested in learning challenging tricks and love to chew objects in their surroundings but are not as destructive as other cockatoo birds. They should have enough toys provided to them as well as blocks of wood or branches that they can chew for entertainment.
Breeding (Red Vented Cockatoo)
The Red vented cockatoo can be hard to breed in captivity, the pair bonds start to get close to each other in October. Birds are traveling pair wise and grooming of partners can be seen more frequently at the roosting site. Nest holes are chosen starting from end of December and the number of eggs produced in a single season ranges from 2 to 3. The Incubation period is estimated at 24 to 26 days. The baby red vented bird usually develop strong feathers to fly at approximately 8 to 10 weeks of age. Red-vented cockatoos can be easily hand-reared. Most hand rearing formulas can be used successfully.
Red vented cockatoos feed on nuts, seeds, and some insects in the wild. Under captivity they should be feed on quality pellets, some fresh vegetables and fruits with high vitamins. Poor feeding habits might cause the bird to develop destructive habits like feather plucking and many more.
Caring and Housing (Red vented cockatoos)
The Red vented cockatoos is a very active bird and should be provided a large cage with enough space and within your budget range. It is advisable to get a 4 feet wide by 4 feet tall by 6 feet long cage suspended 4 feet above the ground, the cage should be as big as possible but must allow at least enough space for the bird to fully spread their wings.
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