Gold Capped Conure for sale
Gold Capped Conure for sale,A True to the characteristics of most conures, the Golden-capped conure shown here has an incredible personality! He likes everybody who talks to him or holds him. He just went to his new home, and his new family has children, young adults, adults and grandparents. He loves all of them!
The bird is mainly dark green with a front of the crown yellow or dark red. The back of the head and neck are a yellowish light green.
The Gold-capped Conure can reach a length of 13 to 14 inches and weighs about 150 grams. The majority of their bodies are green, with blackish bills, gray feet, and brown irises. The forehead, eyelids, and underwing coverts are typically crimson. The breast feathers are a blend of red and green. The feathers on their tails are olive green with a bluish tip. The primary feathers, wing coverts, and under-wing coverts are all blue.
Gold Capped Conure Care and feeding:
A roomy cage is required unless the bird is to be let out for extended periods. Many birds can spend most of their time on a play pen or parrot perch. They eat a variety of seeds, nuts, fruits, and commercial pellets, as well as the same nutritional foods humans eat.
Caring for your conure include spending time with it for mental stimulation, training it as this is the easiest bird to train, and feeding it as needed. As previously said, the bird has an incredible chewing ability and may continue to chew something provided at your hands. Train it carefully so that it does not injure you while doing so; also, there will come a time when the oh-so-jovial bird will become nippy and produce shrill voices and scream for your attention. That propensity must be reduced by training.
These birds breed easily in captivity. A young hen usually only lays 2 eggs, and the clutch gets bigger as she ages. Eventually the hen will lay 3 to 5 eggs, which hatch in 25 days. The best breeding box is a deep nest box, 41″ x 9″x 6.3″.
The Golden-capped conures are cheerful, affectionate little birds, who love to cuddle. They need plenty of playtime and one-on-one attention. The Gold Caps are a little more mellow than some of the other smaller Conure birds. They are trainable, and can learn to speak a few words.
Gold-capped conures have a loud scream and typically are noisy at dawn and at bedtimes. They will also shriek when they are scared or excited — when you come home, for example, he or she will enthusiastically greet you.
They love to “customize” their environment, i.e., chew on your furniture and take things apart. Providing them with lots of wooden toys and natural branches will be important to keep them occupied and, hopefully, stop them from destroying your furniture.