Bronze Winged Pionus Parrot

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Clever bronze winged pionus is Unique, attractive colors and a curious, intelligent personality, the field parrot is a great pet. Although docile and calm, they have a passion for fun and socializing. And with the added benefit of noise reduction, these features combined to give you a great companion parrot that will be the perfect presence to soothe after a busy day.

  • Size: 11 inches
  • Lifespan: up to 30 years
  • Bird Species: Pionus Parrot
  • Colors: Purplish Blue; various details
  • Sounds: Quiet, Mimic
  • Interaction: Social, Energetic, Intelligent, Curious, Playful
  • Comparable Breeds: Blue Headed Parrot, Dusky Parrot

Bronze Winged Pionus Parrot

Buy Bronze Winged Pionus Parrot is a short-followed, stocky, medium-size parrot with interesting variety designs. A delicate bird with a sweet demeanor, it is regularly a nice sidekick. This parrot can be a decent decision for first-time bird proprietors. Also, it even can make a magnificent family pet, as the species is more averse to chomp than numerous different sorts of parrots.

Origin and History

Like many other types of pionus parrots, the bronze-winged pionus hails from South America. It’s specifically found in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. These birds prefer to spend their time in humid, forested areas as opposed to plains. They like to seek shelter and cover in the foliage.


The bronze-winged pionus is known for having a calm disposition for a parrot. This often makes the species an excellent choice for apartment dwellers, as well as for families with children.  These birds tend to form solid bonds with their owners and revel in being able to spend time with them. This means they need plenty of social interaction. So if you are interested in adopting one of these birds, make sure you can devote a few hours each day to playing and interacting with your pet. If you don’t, the bird might become upset and resort to unwanted behaviors, such as self-mutilating feather plucking or skin picking.

Some bronze-winged pionus tend to become one-person birds, showing extreme devotion to one or a couple of people and shunning attention from other people. If you adopt a young bronze-winged pionus, your entire family should interact with the bird regularly to lessen the chance of this type of behavior. These parrots are quite intelligent, though only some will end up learning how to mimic words and noises with consistent training. This species is not know to be a big talker or a loud noisemaker.

1 review for Bronze Winged Pionus Parrot

  1. mafewitgelas

    The Bronze-Winged Pionus Parrot is a stunning avian companion, known for its striking bronze plumage and intelligent, sociable nature. Its charming personality and melodious vocalizations make it a delightful pet choice.

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