Bird Breeds

Bird Breeds

Cockatoo

Cockatoos are renowned for their lively manner and attractive head adornments. What many don't know is that cockatoos are very demanding birds. If treated in a species-appropriate manner, however, they reward their owners with affection and lifelong loyalty.

Bourke’s parrot

Although Bourke's parrots are more inconspicuous and not as popular as budgies or cockatiels, these birds still make an impression with their calming and loving nature and thanks to being easy to own. Their pleasant singing isn't too loud, so Bourke's parrots can make suitable pets without complaints from your neighbours. If you're considering buying a Bourke's parrot and keeping it as a pet or are looking for special information on this bird species, you can find out here everything you need to know about Bourke's parrots.

Canaries

Canaries are generally considered to be very easy-to-keep pets, as they will take care of themselves if provided with all of the necessary facilities, including a birdbath, perches and cuttlebones. However, from time to time a canary will also need your help.

Cockatiel

Those who have dealt with the needs of cockatiels will have noticed that the common ideas that this bird is the “ideal bird for beginners” or is “easy to handle” don’t necessarily apply. If you follow the basic rules for the correct care for this species, you will greatly enjoy your entertaining mini-cockatoos and they, in turn, will enjoy your company.