Peach-fronted Conure

Peach-fronted Conure like to live in semi-dry places in the wild, usually in pairs or groups of activities. The reproduction method is oviparous, which can reproduce 2-3 times a year. The bird is mainly distributed in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and other places.

Morphological Characteristics of Peach-fronted Conure

The ideal body length of the Peach-fronted Conure should be about 28cm, and the ideal weight of an adult parrot should be about 95g. The orange-yellow spots on the crown of mature peach-fronted conures connect with the eye sockets.

The body of this parrot bird is mostly green. The forehead, top of the head and around the eyes are orange. The back part of the top of the head that connects to orange and the neck are dark blue; the cheeks, throat and upper chest are light olive brown. The cover feathers under the chest, lower abdomen, inner tail feathers, and inner wings are yellow-green; the tips of the flying feathers and the cover feathers of the flying feathers are blue, the inner tail and flying feathers are olive yellow, the beak is black, and the iris is orange red. The body color of a young bird is similar to that of an adult bird, but there is no orange around the eyes, and the color of the iris is darker.

Breeding Knowledge of Peach-fronted Conure

The Peach-fronted Conure is very outgoing and can quickly adapt to the new environment. Therefore, family raising is not difficult at all. Because the parrots have relatively strong language skills, the owner can teach them to learn human language when they are leisurely. Enhance the relationship between each other with the birds.

The reproduction method of the Peach-fronted Conure is oviparous. The females lay 2 to 4 eggs per litter. The hatching period is about 26 days. The young birds are plump and leave the nest after 52 days. For artificial rearing, the size of the nest frame should be 13″×10″×10″. The entrance is about 3.25″ in diameter.

The Peach-fronted Conure is a lively bird and it is not difficult to take care of it. It is advisable to provide a variety of toys and equipment for playing and passing the time. The young birds are very lively and relatives who love to play and play. It is advisable to release more activities outside the cage every day. The cages should not be too small. Providing a spacious cage can increase its activity and promote good health.

Feeding points of Peach-fronted Conure

The Peach-fronted Conure that live outdoors usually prey on the hard-grown crops of farmers during the harvest season. Because of this, the local farmers hate them, and many people are often caught and raised because they are more eye-catching. There are also more and more peach-fronted conures raised in families. Feeding while eating is the first step for them to maintain their lives, so what foods are generally used for family feeding?

The food supply is similar to that of other conures. Mixed seed and grain feed can be matched with beans, nuts, vegetables, fruits, and bird dry food. It is not suitable to feed food that is too cold or too hot. The optimal temperature of food is around 37.5 degC. It is better to raise adult birds in pairs than in groups.