Roger Rodendale

Quaker Parrot. Quaker Parrots as pets. Quaker Parrot Keeping, Pros and Cons, Care, Housing, Diet and Health

Known for the peculiar shaking or bobbing of the head, the Quaker parrot or the Monk parrot makes an amazing companion. These birds are known to be entertaining, clever and very curious. They are extremely social birds. These highly intelligent birds are fun to train and can make the best companions because of their friendly and loving nature. In fact, they are among the most popular pet parrot species for all the right reasons.
Having a bird this smart can be quite a handful for first time owners. That is why this book is designed to take to through your journey with your Quaker, one step at a time. The most crucial details about each step are mentioned in detail to make the process of caring for your Quaker easier. This book covers a host of topics including:
• Physical description and origin of the species
• Choosing the right bird for your home
• Understanding where to buy a Quaker from
• Details about adopting a bird
• Getting the bird used to his new home
• Setting up all the necessities such as the enclosure
• Providing the right food and diet
• Finding a good Avian Vet
• Bonding with your bird
• Training the Quaker
• Travelling with your bird
• Breeding Quaker parrots
• Common health issues with these birds
• Preventive care and first aid
These topics are very important in the initial years as they can leave you in a predicament if you are unsure about how to handle these situations. Paying attention to all the details will help you take better care of your bird and ensure that he finds himself a happy home to live in.
This book is ideal for beginners and is a great source of information for people who already have Quakers at home. Educating owners about correct practices with respect to caring for their birds, creates better living conditions for them.
Here is hoping that you find all the information that you need in this book, thus, making your journey with your bird a delightful one.
116 printed pages
Original publication



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