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Black Headed Caique

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$1,150.00
Black Headed Caique
$1,150.00
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Black Headed Caique

Scientific Name: Pionites melanocephala
Size: Medium, 9 inches
Native Region: South America
Life Expectancy: 30 years
Noise Level: Medium
Talk/Trick Ability: Fair, likes to play, so benefits from trick training and can mimic sounds.

Additional Information

SKU Black-Headed-Caique
Manufacturer M&D Bird World
Recommended Cage Size Small - 24" W x 22" D x 30" , Medium - 32" W x 23" D x 30" H
Bird Species Caiques
Bird Characteristics Talker - Moderate, Hand Fed, Cuddly, Playful, Independent
Noise Level Moderate
Feather Type Oil Coated
Attention Needed? 1 Hour Per Day
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Features Black Headed Caique Scientific Name: Pionites melanocephala Size: Medium, 9 inches Native Region: South America Life Expectancy: 30 years Noise Level: Medium Talk/Trick Ability: Fair, likes to play, so benefits from trick training and can mimic sounds. Traits: The black-headed caique is a ball of energy that likes to entertain with its clownish acrobats. Its upbeat, playful and loving personality gives bird enthusiasts a reason to like this parrot. These pet birds are comical, fearless and rarely back down to anyone or anything. Black-headed caiques like to be the center of attention but do not require constant attention. They can be fun birds to watch as they entertain themselves by playing and wrestling. Because this pet bird likes to play with its toys and hang upside down, provide a cage large enough for it to spread its wings, flap and hang around. Behavior/Health Concerns: If not kept well entertained, the black-headed caique can become destructive and prone to screeching. They are generally hardy, but keepthe cage clean as they like to play and bounce around on the cage floor. This pet bird can be beaky and does sometimes become aggressive with other birds in the household, but the beakiness is exploring with their beak. If they are watched closely, the aggressive behavior can be controlled.

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