DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE

$800.00

DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE

The Double Yellow Headed Amazon is a highly social bird that thrives on human interaction and engaging with other birds. In groups, they can often be found in flocks of several hundred. As they reach sexual maturity, these birds form strong and unbreakable pairs. However, they are also capable of living independently in the wild, displaying a resilient independence.

For those seeking a quiet and timid companion, the Double Yellow Headed Amazon may not be the best fit. This species is known for its outgoing and attention-seeking nature, often becoming the center of attention. They are quick learners and enjoy playing tricks, providing endless entertainment for their owners. Their playful demeanor and eagerness to interact make them ideal pets for creating fun moments filled with laughter.

DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE

DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE

The Double Yellow-Headed Amazon is a highly intelligent, captivating, and amusing parrot available for sale. When young, these predominantly green birds display a yellow forehead with occasional patches of yellow on the rest of their head. As they mature over a span of approximately four years, their head will turn completely yellow through molting. As adults, they are lively and visually stunning pets.

The DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE has been a popular companion for centuries. These birds are exceptionally curious and tend to bond closely with one member of their family while still accepting others as part of their flock.

Extremely sociable and energetic, DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE stand out even among other Amazon species in their desire for interaction. Each bird’s vocabulary may differ greatly, showcasing their individual personalities. They also crave attention from their owner and may exhibit various entertaining behaviors to capture it – such as fanning out their tails or vocalizing.

This listing is for a highly intelligent, beautiful, and captivating Double Yellow Headed Amazon parrot. These stunning green birds have a bold yellow forehead when young, which gradually spreads to cover the entire head over the course of about 4 years through molting. As adults, they are lively and boast vibrant colors.

The DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE has been beloved as a pet for centuries. They possess a natural curiosity and tend to form strong bonds with one family member while still being tolerant of others as part of the flock.

These parrots are exceptionally social and energetic, even in comparison to other Amazons. The vocabulary of each individual bird can vary greatly, adding to their unique charm. Furthermore, they thrive on attention from their owners and may showcase entertaining behaviors to receive it, such as fanning out their tails or making amusing noises.

A pet parrot requires a diverse and balanced diet to thrive, which should include a high-quality seed mix or pelleted diet, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. Pellets can be introduced at an early age for optimal results. Providing nutritious human food, such as chicken, is also important for their overall health. However, caution must be taken with foods such as avocado and chocolate, as they are toxic to parrots. These birds have a natural inclination to eat with their family, so it’s recommended to let them join in during meal times.

DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE
DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE

Feeding a pet bird is not complicated if it is exposed to a variety of foods from an early stage – they will eagerly consume everything in their bowl. That being said, treats and table scraps should be given in moderation as double yellow-headed Amazons have difficulty resisting food temptations. To ensure proper nutrition, DOUBLE YELLOW HEADED AMAZON 4SALE should primarily be fed a well-balanced pelleted diet along with fresh vegetables and fruit. Including Lafeber’s Avi-Cakes and Nutri-Berries in their diet provides both variety and mental stimulation through foraging activities. Due to this species’ susceptibility to nutrient deficiencies,