Parrot breeders play
a major role in the lives of parrots. Parrot breeders
are foster parents. So, healthy parrots depend a lot
on the parrot breeders and their methods of
breeding. Feeding is a major duty of parrot breeders.
Different parrot species have different responses to
feeding. Feeding can be a messy proposition too.
Parrot breeders who
are accustomed to feeding Macaw babies that pump so
hard that they could swallow the syringe, usually are
shocked to discover that Eclectus babies sometimes just
sit there like a lump, with very little pumping action.
If the baby is hungry, it will swallow the food quickly,
and if not, it will allow the formula to drool down
its chest. Not everyone can become parrot breeders.
One must first consider whether or not they have the
time, energy, and resources necessary for the commitment
to this project. It can take time and effort to obtain
healthy, non-hybridized specimens.
"Weaning" is entirely the
parrot breeders' responsibility. The parrot’s future
behavior patterns, his/her ability to relate, the levels
of socialization and emotional health are very largely
dependent upon the care it receives early in its life
from its breeders. Good parrot breeders recognize the
importance of early introduction to bathing. This typically
begins when the baby is partially feathered.
I have been a parrot owner since the
last twenty years. I have bought healthy babies from
aviaries that take maximum care possible to bring up
healthy parrots. These are real parrot breeders.
They understand the needs of the parrots and make sure
their diet is nutritious and safe.
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