Tips for Breeding Parrots
Many parrot owners would like to breed their birds. Many experienced parrot owners do not fully understand some of the basics of breeding parrots. There are a couple of tips for breeding parrots that should always be followed.
You like your privacy when you are breeding and so do your parrots. Parrots are more likely to breed if you leave them alone. Give them a private room in the breeding process. If you need to know if your parrots successfully breed, set up a baby monitor so that you can observe them from a different room.
If you will be leaving the parrots together to breed for a few days then you can go visit the parrots once a day to change water, add food, and any of your other parrot related chores. Once you are done feeding and watering the parrots leave them alone and do not go back to the cages until the following day to repeat the feeding process.
You parrots need to have ample room. If you have a small cage and then add another parrot your parrots will be unhappy. It is unethical to try and breed parrots in a small cage. There are courtship rituals that the male parrot performs and if he is unable to perform them then aggression towards the female may occur.
In cages with ample room aggression rarely occurs among breeding parrots as long as there are some toys for the parrots to play with.
These are the two most important tips for breeding parrots.