Who is not familiar with these loving birds? Parrot birds can prove the friendliest pets ever and attract everyone with their sweet voice. The way they try to imitate humans and communicate in their voice is simply appealing.
Thinking of parrot brings mostly green color birds in mind but there are above 300 species of parrot birds and all are of different colors and sizes as you can see in parrot pictures. The multi colored parrots have their own beauty and the single green colored has its own charm. The parrot birds are categorized under various groups such as Lovebirds, Lories, Macaws, Cockatoos and Parakeets.
The parrot birds can be widely seen in warm and tropical areas especially in Australia, Africa, New Zealand Central America and Southern America.
Facts about Parrot Birds
- The parrots birds are scientifically categorized under the Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Chordata, Class Aves, Species 300+, Family Psittacidae and Cacatuidae. The parrot birds are binomially known as Ardea cinerea.
- It is one of the most important parrot bird facts that they are considered as the most intelligent group in birds.
- Some of the parrots can pass more than 80 years of life.
- The parrot birds in Africa are termed as the most excellent impersonators and can perform really well when it comes to mimicry side.
- Another of the noteworthy parrot facts is that not all of these birds know how to imitate; this art of mimicry is known to only pet parrots and wild parrot simply doesn't know what imitation is.
Some of the parrot types love to spend their lives in groups and some like to build their separate nests. Whatever the type is, all these birds communicate with each other with different kinds of noisy voices they make. You can hear a parrot's voice easily from 1 mile far.
One of the most important facts regarding parrots that all parrot lovers must know is that chocolate is a thing that is extremely poisonous to parrots’ health and therefore it should not be given to your parrot pets.
When it comes to their conduct, then it has been closely observed that most of the parrots are friendly and social by nature. They know the art to get involved and attract the people around.
When these birds eat, then they hold their food in any one of their feet. Hence, you can easily identify or classify a parrot as right or left handed, isn't it amazing?
Since, parrot birds are very friendly by nature they can feel disappointed if you keep them alone in a cage. Their health can get easily disturbed when they are kept away from gatherings or people. They need complete attention, care and love from their surroundings.
Conclusively, if you cannot give proper attention and your time to your pet parrot then it is kindly suggested not to get one for you.