Parrots have gotten continuously notable as pets, due to their capacity to connect with people. While there is a considerable range in parrot size contingent on the species, they all have unique characters that make them great companions.

Parrots' high intelligence means they need a lot of activities to avoid getting bored. A popular option is to equip them with their favourite toys. When searching for parrot toys online look no further than here. You can also try to use simple household items to create a toy for your parrot. Please be aware that parrots also need ample free time; that means you have to come up with safe ways for them to play outside their cages. One good idea is to join a parrot club.  Parrots are very social, hence why they talk and tell stories by making different sounds. Due to their intelligence some species can learn different words and phrases. If they do not get ample freedom and companionship as suggested; they can become depressed and destructive.

Depending on the specie; parrots can live as long as 80 years and most parrots are social birds that live in groups called flock or pandemonium. Many species are monogamous and spend their lives with only one mate. Parrots are omnivores; which means they can eat both vegetation and meat. Most parrots eat a diet that contains nuts, flowers, fruit, seeds, insects and buds.

Like most birds; Parrots lay eggs in nest, while some species lay their eggs in tree holes, rock cavities, termite mounds and ground tunnels. Parrots are known to lay from 2 to 8 eggs and incubate their eggs for around 22 to 30days. There over 360 different species of Parrots. They also vary in size and weight; so keep that in mind when selecting a specie. Ensure you undertake extensive research on the specie you want to buy before buying your bird cage. The best advice we have for you is the bigger the cage the better for your pet parrots wellbeing. Parrots are loud, messy and they demand attention to keep them occupied. 

The best place to keep your parrot cage is in the sitting room or Kitchen. Depending on available space you may decide to dedicate a room in your house for your parrot. Also ensure the cage is not in a draught from doors or windows and not in direct sunshine. If you decide to keep your parrot cage in the Kitchen, ensure to keep your Parrot away from toxic fumes like Teflon fumes.

Lay a newspaper on the floor of the cage or brown paper to be replaced regularly. For hygiene purposes clean their food and water bowls regularly. Ensure you get pet insurance to cover emergency vet bills and please microchip your parrot to ensure they can be identified. Speak to your local vet for more information about microchips. 

When buying a parrot, kindly do your research and ensure you know its history. It will be of benefit if you ask questions about the previous owner and health history. In some cases, if the parrot has multiple owners in a short period of time it might be a red flag for pre-existing health issues or psychological issues. Ensure you can spend a lot of time with your parrot; especially when you have just purchased the bird. Endeavour to show it all the love and care you can afford; in order to allow your parrot to adapt successfully with it's new environment.