Blue Headed Pionus Parrot

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Blue Headed Pionus Parrot is one of the rarest birds in the pet parrot world! The South American Pionus parrot family is a diverse and distinct species. One of the best known is the blue-headed parrot, a unique, affectionate and lovely bird often considered</b> a great companion parrot. While</b> at first glance they may seem to have some similarities with Amazonian parrots, they are completely different birds.

  • Size: 12 inches
  • Lifespan: 25-30+ years
  • Bird Species: Pionus Parrot
  • Colors: Green & blue details
  • Sounds: Quiet, Talking, Mimics, Natural calls
  • Interaction: Social, Affectionate, Fun, Calm, Docile
  • Comparable Breeds: Hyacinth Macaw, African Grey Parrot

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Buy Blue Headed Pionus Parrot with a shocking blue-colored head atop an emerald green body, the blue-headed Pionus is consider the most visually striking of Pionus parrots commonly ket as pets. Juveniles are mostly green, but will feather-out to their mature color after a couple of molts. Blue-headed Pionus are native to South America and Central America. They can be found in forests and semi-open country and their range includes Costa Rica, Venezuela, Trinidad, Bolivia and Brazil.

House your Pionus in a spacious cage and setup toys to encourage your Pionus to move about. Pionus parrots, including blue-headed Pionus, have hearty appetites. They should be offer a formulated main diet, such as Lafeber’s Premium Daily Pellets or Nutri-Berries, as well as fresh fruit and vegetables, especially those high in Vitamin A, as they are prone to Vitamin-A deficiency. Consult with your avian veterinarian for the ideal diet for your Pionus parrot. A properly cared for blue-head Pionus can live more than 30 years.

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Blue-headed Pionus have a reputation as being a laid-back, quiet parrot that can be territorial around the cage. While a blue-headed Pionus might not be as cuddly as other parrots, this bird can be quite affectionate, especially if it has been raised with respectful interaction and consistent one-on-one interaction. A frighten blue-headed Pionus parrot might make an audible wheezing sound, which an owner might mistake as a medical condition.

The Pionus, in general, is known to be a quiet, easy-going, slightly-standoffish, mid-sized parrot. In truth, these descriptions are based on comparisons to the more commonly kept parrot species. Compare to the Amazon, conure and macaw, the Pionus is indeed quiet. Compared to lovebirds and African greys, it is very easy-going. Compare to cockatoos, it is a little standoffish. But Pionus lovers tell a different story — their birds are affectionate (though not complete love-sponges), quieter than other parrots (though not silent!), and they are attentive and sweet. As with all parrots, the way a Pionus is raise by its human guardians makes the difference between a shy bird and a great companion. A Pionus guardian should be ready to spend a great deal of time with their bird. In a home with other louder, more demanding birds, the Pionus may not get the attention it requires.

1 review for Blue Headed Pionus Parrot

  1. wetapedesmon

    The Blue Headed Pionus Parrot is a captivating beauty with its vibrant blue head and gentle demeanor. Its delightful personality and melodious calls make it a cherished addition to any bird lover’s home.

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