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Derbyan Parakeet - Derbyan Psittacula Derbiana Bird

Derbyan Parakeet Derbyan

Notable traits of the Derbyan Parakeet Bird: Derbyan (Psittacula Derbiana)
Latin Name: Psittacula Derbiana
Common Name: Derbyan Parakeet
Description: They have a mostly green plumage over their dorsal surface (i.e. from behind), black lores and lower cheeks, a bluish-purple crown and pale yellow eyes. The throat, breast, abdomen and under-wing coverts are greyish blue to lavender. The thighs and vent area are yellowish green with blue edging on some of the feathers. The tail feathers are shades of green, some edged with blue. Male birds have a red upper mandible with a yellow tip, while the lower mandible is black. The females have an all-black beak.

Immature Lord Derby's Parakeets are duller in colour than the adults. Juvenile birds have green crowns, orange-red upper and lower mandible (beak), and their irises are dark and do not lighten until they reach maturity between two and three years of age.
Gender Determination: The adult male and female are easily distinguished because they have different beak colours and slightly different plumage
Trainability: Make great pets but need to be socialized to maintain pet quality.
Length: 20 inches (50 centimeters) in length
Average Lifespan: 35 years
Average Weight: 320g
Diet: Pellets, Fruit, Veggies
Housing: 30 x 24 x 30 inches
Loudness: Can be Moderately loud in the home. They can call through out the day to there owners.
Talking Ability: Tend to be Moderate talkers with a very sweet voice.
Notes: These birds have been vaccinated for the polyoma virus. It is crucial for young birds to be protected as they have little to no immune system for their first year of life. Just as people, cats, dogs are vaccinated, we use vaccines to substantially decrease the incidence of disease in birds. By doing this we have developed a positive reputation that separates us from the "birdie mills" that do not aspire to the same standards. We have a vet on the premises bi-weekly that administer this vaccine and monitors our babies and flock.
Breeding Notes: Breeding season usually begins between April and June. The female lays a clutch of two to four eggs (36.1x27.7 mm (1.42 x 1.09 ins) in nest holes of trees. The young hatch after an incubation period of about 23 days and will fledge after 8 to 9 weeks.
Age of Maturity: 4
Breeding Life: 20
Nest: 12 x 24 inches L-Box
Breeding Aviculture: Yes
Average Clutch Size: 3
Habitat: Small pocket of moist evergreen forest in the hills of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and the
References: PelletTreatToy
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