Fertile Eggs | Birds
Temperature For Incubation
As a general rule, most parrot eggs are best incubated between 37.2°C and 37.5°C and at a humidity of approximately 56%.
- Falcon Fertile Eggs $85.00 – $100.00
- 16Pcs Automatic Eggs Incubator, Digital Mini Egg Incubator with Automatic Turner, Hatcher Machine with Temperature Control $55.00
- KEBONNIXS 12 Egg Incubator with Humidity Display, Egg Candler, Automatic Egg Turner, for Hatching $55.00
Red Tail Black Cockatoo
- Brinsea TLC 30 Advance Brooder Portable ICU $250.00
Blue fronted Amazon are commonly seen as a pet in South America, the United States as well as other parts of the world, where they have been appreciated for their intelligence, beauty and talking abilities for over a century.
Blue-fronted Amazon parrots are among the best-talking birds kept as pets. They have brilliant colorings, and each bird has distinct feather patterns to go along with its extroverted personalities. Known as comedians and feathered show-offs, they are an entertaining bird. They really enjoy spending time with their human flock, which is why they make excellent pets. This bird is a larger parrot, so you will need to provide it with lots of room and your dedicated time.
Speech and Sounds
The Blue Fronted Amazon is one of the quieter parrots in the family. Like all the other Amazons, it retains a good capability to mimic words and will memorize common greetings and phrases. They’ll mimic these in their clear, loud voice. They will also chirp and tweet on their own, but not to a great extent. In general, they are not a noisy parrot and will be an acceptable apartment pet.
It’s quite a whirlwind of colors when it comes to The Blue Fronted Amazon’s plumage, and most of the combinations are full of tropical tones. The body is mainly green, tinged with yellow undertones. The face, mostly around the eyes, is bright yellow and the forehead is colored in a distinctive patch of turquoise, giving them their name, as well as a unique look. Small yellow and red patches on the top and bottom of the wings complete this exotic and colorful look.
Care & Feeding
Most Amazon parrots love to bathe; and bathing opportunities can include joining their owner in the shower, getting a spray bath, or jumping in their water dish and splashing water all about. Bathing is an important part of an Amazon’s feather health. Because of their love of food and their habit of begging for table foods from their owners, Amazon parrots tend to tip the scales toward being overweight. An Amazon parrot needs a spacious cage with toys and swings spread out, as well as a play gym/play tree, climbing rope and/or ladders to scale to encourage movement and exercise.