Bronze Wing Pionus for sale


The Bronze winged Pionus is a medium size stocky parrot with a wonderful personality. Their overall appearance is a dark violet-blue with a white chin, pink tips to the feathers on the throat, and a bronze dusting to the wings.
Being curious, personable, and quite intelligent, the Bronze-winged Pionus makes a wonderful family pet. They are also a great pet for people who live in apartments or in close proximity to neighbors (where noise can be a problem) because they have a relatively quiet calm personality.


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Bronze Wing Pionus for sale,the Bronze winged Pionus is very beautiful! The attractive, though subtle, coloring in its plumage is especially apparent in bright light, and the vivid blues on the undersides of the wings can be seen when they fly if kept in an aviary.

Being curious, personable, and quite intelligent, the Bronze winged Pionus makes a wonderful family pet. They are also a great pet for people who live in apartments or in close proximity to neighbors (where noise can be a problem) because they have a relatively quiet calm personality.


Care and feeding of Bronze Wing Pionus


Pionus parrots diet consist of formulated foods, a variety of seeds and dried fruits is generally regarded as a suitable base to provide nutrition and variety. Along with this, provide a daily supplement of fresh fruits and vegetables.
They are active by nature and can become overweight if confined. Like the Amazon Parrots they require a low fat diet. Good Pionus bird care starts with providing a good diet.

Bird Food
Foods available for Pionus parrots include formulated diets, either pelleted or extruded, seed only diets, and parrot mixes which offer a mixture of both. There are pros and cons to feeding only a formulated diet as well as feeding only a seed diet.

Formulated Diet
A formulated diet provides a good nutritional base so does not require the addition of vitamins, however it does not contain the phytonutrients (antioxidant pigments) that are found in vegetables, fruits, grains, and seeds. Also parrots can become bored with a formulated diet due to the lack of variety.

Seed Diet
A seed only diet offers much more variety but requires additional vitamin and calcium supplements. Variety is important in the diet for psychological enrichment.

Supplements can include sprouted seeds, all types of fruits such as apples, pears, plums, cherries, grapes, oranges, bananas, mangos, papayas, and berries such as strawberries and blueberries. Vegetables are also good supplements such as carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, many garden vegetables, and even dandelions and chickweed. Do not feed avocado as it may be toxic to birds!

Bird Baths
The personal hygiene of your Pionus parrot includes a regular shower for good plumage and skin condition. Pionus dearly love the rain and will even turn upside down, spreading and flapping their wings in grand enjoyment of this natural shower. 




Bronze Wing Pionus for sale easily adapt to its cage and habitat. The vast majority of Pionus are housed in cages, bird rooms, or aviaries. Get a cage that your pet can feel at ease in because bird cages shouldn’t be overly restricting. You’ll require dishes for treats, water, and food.
Parrot cages:
A Pionus parrot should live in a cage that is similar to what an Amazon parrot needs. Although it has been claimed that a minimal size cage might be 24″x 24″x 32,” it can be between 39″-59″ (100-150 cm) high and contain a floor space of 23″x 39″ (60 x 100 cm) (62 x 62 x 83 cm). 3/4″ bar spacing is recommended, though 1″ bar spacing is okay for the larger pionus.

The cage needs to provide room for lots of movement as well as space for perches, food dishes and a variety of playthings. Playthings can include climbing ropes, chains, bells, parrot swings and wooden or other bird toys. A playpen is ideal for playtime outside of the cage.
Once acclimated, pionus can thrive in an outdoor or breeding aviary. However, not all of them can withstand colder temperatures.
An outdoor aviary needs to have a protected shelter with an attached flight cage that can be heated and cooled as needed. For just a pair of birds, the breadth is not as crucial, thus 3′ – 4′ (90 – 120 cm) would be suitable. Additionally, a birdbath and a climbing branch are wonderful extras.


Social Behaviors of Bronze Wing Pionus

In captivity Pionus parrots are generally peaceful and not particularly loud. A nice Pionus trait is that they are usually a calm bird though some can be a bit more nervous. Usually this is only when first introduced to a new environment and passes as they become more confident. There is some thought that the females are more gentle than the males.
They are very social birds and are often considered the most ideal parrot to have as a pet, particularly when children are involved. They have good steady personalities and are loyal. A favorite Pionus trait is that they rarely bite. They can also do well with other pets if they get used to and accept each other. However be very careful to monitor all groupings with animals and with children to prevent any unexpected accidents.


Speech and Sounds

They are regarded as one of the more peaceful parrots available today. They tend not to be vocal due to their peaceful demeanor, which makes them an excellent choice for an apartment parrot. These birds are docile and not noisy or demanding, which indicates their generally quiet behavior reflects their calm and kind personality.


The birds known as bronze-winged pionus are extremely active. Each day, they require three to four hours outside the cage to work their muscles. To keep your parrot entertained while it’s in its cage, provide it with a variety of toys that are suitable for birds. To give it more mental and physical stimulation when it is outside of its cage, give it a different collection of toys.


The bronze-winged pionus parrot is known for having a calm disposition for a parrot. This often makes the species an excellent choice for apartment dwellers, as well as for families with children.

These birds tend to form solid bonds with their owners and revel in being able to spend time with them. This means they need plenty of social interaction. 



This bird is available from time to time. Though they are relatively common in captivity, the Bronze-winged Pionus are not as widespread in the pet trade and so not as frequently available as some of the other pionus.

Additional information


Male, Female, Pair


4-8 Months, 9 Months – 1 Year, 2-5 Years


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