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The parakeets and Co. of the birdfarm

The little residents of our farm are particularly active and curious animals. When it comes to keeping them, they are mostly undemanding - the parent animals often raise their young successfully in nature. The rust-capped parrot is the clown among the parrots. He already impresses with one or the other feat.

Patagonien conure bloxcami

Cyanoliseus patagonus bloxami 

There are three species worldwide - the small, large and Patagonien conure bloxcami. At the birdfarm we keep the biggest one, one of the most threatened species. We suspect that there are a maximum of five breeding lines in Europe. The animal is hardly represented in European aviaries. As far as we know, he can be found in Loropark on Tenerife, in Prague Zoo and here with us.

Orange fronted conure

Eupsittula aratinga canicularis canicularis

At the birdfarm we keep the rare nominate form - Aratinga canicularis canicularis. The ivory parakeet is characterized by a very bright and curious personality. As a human guest, you should wear sturdy shoes, as the parakeet likes to use the sole.


White bellied caique

Pionites leucogaster

The clown among the parrots. The White bellied caique is ideal for private keeping - you can teach them tricks and it will always keep you happy. The little parrots are very pleasant and undemanding contemporaries. A basic requirement is an attitude for two.

Blue-naped parrot

Tanygnathus lucionensis

The blue-naped parrot is an endemic species native to the Philippines. It has only recently been discovered in Europe's aviaries. At the birdfarm we can now be proud of three wonderful breeding pairs.

Cornelia´s eclectus parrot

Eclectus roratus cornelia

The colorful animals have their origin in Indonesia. In addition to the Riedel, the Cornelia is one of the rarest species of Eclectus parrots. In private ownership he can only be found in Denmark, England and on the birdfarm. In the wild, the female has up to 15 males, which she takes into account during a breeding period. The sexes differ significantly in their color. The female delights the male with a deep red plumage, the male shines in a natural green.

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If you have any questions about breeding, keeping or nutrition, if you are interested in our young animals ...

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