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Forpus coelestis  The Pacific parrotlet (Forpus coelestis) Genus: Forpus Size: 12.6cm Weight: 32g Species: coelestis These little parrots are residents of the Pacific coast of Ecuador and northwestern Peru.The Pacific parrotlet (Forpus coelestis) is one of two parrotlet species commonly available as pets

  • COLOR
    Blue, Green, Yellow
  • SIZE
    small
  • LIFESPAN
    Up to 20 years
  • SOUNDS
    Vocal communicator
  • INTERACTION
    Social

Parrotlet Care For Beginners | Topics

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Forpus coelestis

 
 
Classification (COI)
ReignAnimalia
BranchChordata
Sub-embr.Vertebrata
ClassAves
OrderPsittaciformes
FamilyPsittacidae
KindForpus

Species

Forpus coelestis

IUCN conservation status

LCLeast concern

CITES Status

The Forpus coelestisForpus coelestis ) is a species of bird belonging to the family of Psittacidae .

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What is a parrotlet

The Parrotlet has various local names. In America, the proper name would be “forpus parrot” indeed it is the smallest parrot in the world. In Europe, although this species is not part of the parakeets, the name used would be “sparrow parakeet”, and the most global name, the most common would be “celestial toui”.

Description

The Celestial Toui ( Forpus coelestis ) has green plumage, as does the Evergreen ( Forpus passerinus ), but there are other man-made mutations, including American yellow and turquoise blue. This bird presents a fairly obvious sexual dimorphism: the male has a blue coloration at the level of the flight feathers and the rump and forming a line behind the eyes. This bird measures 12 to 13 cm.

Parrotlet lifespan

Parrotlet lifespan is on average for 15- 20 years, provided their needs of daily exercise and healthy nutrition is met Parrotlets are among the longest-living parrot species, and if their needs are met,

The Parrotlets – A short film about Parrotlets

 
 

Parrotlet as pets

Distribution 

This bird lives in Ecuador and Peru.

Habitat 

This species frequents wooded and dry areas as well as secondary forests.

Nesting 

The female lays between 4 and 8 eggs which she incubates for 18 to 20 days. The young leave the nest around the age of 30 days. The father helps the mother to feed the chicks. The young will reach sexual maturity at the age of 1 year. If they mate too early, the female may die of exhaustion.

Longevity 

This species can live between 10 and 15 years in captivity.

Breeding 

Yellow variant.
They are very intelligent birds who can say a few words and cover their owner with great affection, but they are also very territorial. They are animals that live in groups; in captivity, it is better to take a couple or to be with them as often as possible so that they do not feel alone. The Forpus coelestis is quiet, both indoors and outdoors. Even if they are small, they need to fly, it will be necessary to provide a fairly large cage

How do I teach my parrotlet to talk?

By bonding with your bird and talking to him/her and repeating words you would like them to say. Patience and perseverance.

Can parrotlets live with budgies but not in the same cage? Like they can both fly around in the house.

Will they fight because parrotlets are territorial?

As long as separate cages are kept they can fly together outside of their respective homes. Budgies are the more easy-going and accepting, as long as you keep their cages separate there shouldn’t be an issue.

Should I get a budgie, a ringneck or parrotlet?

Budgies are definitely the easiest to tame, the cheapest, and probably require the least amount of work. That being said I wouldn’t suggest getting any bird unless you plan to take time with the bird outside of the cage. I don’t think it’s fair for any bird to be simply locked in a cage for its entire life. I don’t have a lot of experience with ringnecks, but I would highly suggest NOT getting parrotlet. As cute as they are, they have a tendency to be extremely cage aggressive….meaning they’ll be your friend (sometimes) once they’re out & away from their cage. However, when they are in, on, or near their cage, they get very aggressive and will bite to draw blood. I have tamed many budgies, cockatiels, and cockatoos. And though I was able to somewhat tame the parrotlet, the cage aggression never fully went away.

Parrotlet food

 

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Here are some things to look for in a diet for parrotlets:

  • Nutritionally balanced pellets
  • Variety of seeds
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Source of calcium

Parrotlet colors

parrotlet colors

Parrotlet Green

Parrotlet Green Pied

Parrotlet  American Yellow

Parrotlet  Green Marbled

Parrotlet American Yellow Marbled

Parrotlet American Yellow Fallow

Parrotlet Blue

Parrotlet Blue Pied

Parrotlet American White

Parrotlet Blue Marbled

Parrotlet Blue Fallow

Parrotlet American White Marbled

Parrotlet Turquoise 

Parrotlet Turquoise Pied

Parrotlet American Turquoise

Parrotlet Turquoise Marbled

Parrotlet Turquoise Fallow

Parrotlet American Turquoise Marbled

Parrotlet American Turquoise Fallow

Parrotlet Albino

Parrotlet Lutino

Parrotlet Creamino

Parrotlet Grey

Parrotlet Grey Green

Parrotlet Grey Turquoise  

Parrotlet cage

The 5 Top-Rated Parrot Cages

Editor’s PicksBrandRating
Best OverallPrevue Pet Products Wrought Iron Select Bird Cage4.5
Runner UpHomey Pet – 65″ House Shape Bird Cockatoo Macaw Cage4.4
Best Budget BuySuper Deal 68″ Large Bird Cage4.0
Best Large CageMcage Large Double Flight Bird Wrought Iron Double Cage4.0
Best AviaryBestmart INC LARGE Aluminum Bird Cage Walk In Aviary4.2

 

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Parrotlet cage

 

 

Parrotlet care

Parrotlet Care for Beginners: 5 Common Mistakes

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Parrotlet toys

The 5 Top-Rated Bird Toys

 

Editor’s PicksBrandRating
Best OverallBonka Bird Toys Spoon Delight Toy4.6
Runner UpAigou Bird Spiral Rope Perch4.7
Best Budget BuyPetsvv Rope Bungee Bird Toy4.5
Best Bird Play GymMrli Pet Bird Play Stand4.4
Best Bird Foraging ToyPlanet Pleasures Octopus Pinata Bird Toy 4.6

 

The best Parrotlet toys

 

 

Interactive Parrot toys

 

Parrot Puzzles

 

Do parrotlets like to be held?

Males and females can both be affectionate They form strong bonds with their owners and make excellent pets when properly raised and tamed in captivity, they are often kept as pairs and they may get lonely

Can parrotlets talk?

Parrotlets can talk! Like most parrots but hey have higher-pitched voices that are not as easy to understand, parrotlets can talk, but they are a little less noisy than other parrots.

Are parrotlets good for beginners?

Yes, Parrotlets are very lively birds with a good sense of humor Parakeets. affordable and  affectionate are some of the parakeet qualities that make them excellent starter parrots for beginners

Are parrotlets aggressive?

No, Although parrotlets are not as aggressive as their reputation makes them seem, they will occasionally bite pets and humans


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