Keto Says “Hi Baby” – video
This question comes from the Google My Business community.
Unfortunately Google sets character limitations in the answer box and I felt compelled to provide a well rounded solution.
Thus you found your way to our excellent blog on nothing but pet birds and captive bird care.
good evening Mitch, we recently put up an outside aviary for our rescue Indian ring neck.
we do not have regular screening up because we were afraid it would keep out the UV Light.
should we use that because of bugs, bees and mosquitos?
We need help
One answer started with
Yet these three species come in close to a combined 100 flavors.
Major Mitchell cockatoos are not loud, and not necessarily cuddly
Bare eyed cockatoos are all but demure
Noble macaws are only 12 to 14 inches long.
Hyacinth macaws are up to 44 inches long – 4 times the size of a noble macaw.
You can’t compare the two just because the are macaws.
My morning was going quite well.
Dr. Johansen called with the lab results and my A1c was down to 6.9 from 7.4 in January.
I attribute that to Catherine’s deployment of our keto lifestyle diet.
Indian ringneck’s are marvelous birds and I’ve had the great fortune to live with the species and two different households.
They’re not big birds they way an average of 115 g about the body size of a Senegal or a fat cockatiel but the long tail gives the impression that it’s a much larger birds.
The overall length of the bird must be taken into consideration when choosing the right birdcage and especially travel carrier.
They can be quite tame and are a relatively good talker.
Below you will find three curated questions about Indian ringneck’s the found us one way or another and we felt sharing solutions would be helpful
Indian ringnecks aka Rose-winged parrots
Editors note: Approximately 20% of parrots are sexually dimorphic meaning sex can be determined by color. Male eclectus parrots are green, female eclectus are red (with good reason)
Male budgies generally have a blue cere and female’s, a brown cere. Male Indian ringneck’s are the ones with the rings.
Lisa L. G
So I have some questions about IRN’s.
Now all the research I read says NOT to train them for a year as they need this time to get to know their new flock (me, the dogs and my husband). he took to me right off the bat. My hubby he is leery of.. like runs away. Have any tips for them to connect?