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White Faced Cockatiel - Cockatiel Nymphicus Hollandicus Bird

White Faced Cockatiel Cockatiel

Notable traits of the White Faced Cockatiel Bird: Cockatiel (Nymphicus Hollandicus)
Latin Name: Nymphicus Hollandicus
Common Name: White Faced Cockatiel
Description: The White-faced Cockatiel has a white or grayish face. This is a stunning cockatiel mutation, they have no orange cheek patches or yellow coloring at all. The name of this mutation, derived from the male, is fairly self explanatory. The male is the most attractive of the two sexes with a brilliant contrasting white face. The female's face, on the other hand, has a greyish coloration.
Gender Determination: Females have gray faces and crests dull orange cheek patches and a tint of yellow around their forehead eyes and beaks Females also have yellow spots on the underside of their wing feathers The bar pattern on their tails are yellow and gray Males h
Trainability: Easily trained when young
Length: 12 inches
Average Lifespan: 20 years
Average Weight: 90-120 g
Song: Males and females can learn to whistle tunes, and short songs
Diet: Pellets, Fruit, Veggies, with some seed treats and spray millet
Housing: 12 by 18 by 18 inches
Loudness: Can be melodious and chatty in the home.
Talking Ability: May learn a few words generally fairly better at whistling
Mutations: Pied or Lutino
Age of Maturity: 1
Breeding Life: 15
Nest: 12 x 8 x 12 inches
Breeding Aviculture: Common
Average Clutch Size: 4-7
Habitat: Australia
References: SeedPelletToy
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