Parrot Brothers Talk To Each Other And It’s So Cute!!! –
Hi Fabio and Gabriel, Indian Ringneck Parrots were born 1 year apart. Unlike most siblings, these two enjoy each other’s company. They love sharing kisses, having long meaningful conversations, and, of course, arguing. You would think they talk to each other in “parrot language,” but their dialog is in clear English. I’ve never had such lengthy and sweet conversations with any of my siblings, we’ve also never had so much affection for each other.
Indian Ringneck Parrots originally come from parts of Africa, Malaysia, India and Indonesia. These birds are known to be exceptional talkers. Their vocabularies might consist of up to 250 words.
Indian Ringnecks are identified as a parakeets due to their medium size and long beautiful tails. However, the most accurate terminology of all is Indian Ringneck Parrots.
These parrots were once considered sacred in their native lands. The birds lived in gardens surrounding places of worship. Indian religious leaders heard the parrots repeating prayers clearly. They couldn’t believe their ears. Ringnecks’ remarkable talking abilities amazed the natives, boosting their popularity as pets. These birds were often trained by street performers to execute some mind-blowing tricks.
To raise a loving, devoted Ringneck, the bird must be handfed, properly socialized, interacted with and trained on a regular basis. Indian Ringnecks are extreme attention seekers. With lots of love these birds can live to be 30 years old. So if you want a long-lasting friendship with an intelligent, talkative, affectionate creature, get a Ringneck!
Wild Indian Ringneck Parakeets are normally green, with the exception of the turquoise blue on their tails, or the black and rose colored rings around the males’ necks. However, breeders have developed a variety of beautiful color mutations within the species, like blue, yellow and white.