Rexy – Scaly Naped amazon Parrot Online -For Sale
Rexy – Scaly Naped amazon Parrot is an amazing bird. Adults are 34 cm long and weigh 300g. Nominate forms are bright green in color, with dark green feathers tinged a dull blue/black and tipped with a dull black from the crown to the nape. The eyes are red with a pale gray eye-ring. The first to third secondary wing feathers have red bases, with the remaining wing feathers having green bases.
The carpal edge is yellow mixing with red and orange. The tail is green with a yellow-green band, with the side tail feather being band red and blue-purple and the outermost tail feather being margin with blue-purple. The bill is gray and horn in color. Juveniles are similar in appearance to adults but possess a pale horn-colored bill tinged with gray and brown eyes
Since 1989, I have worked in the Southern Ontario region with birds and others who deal with birds. Before domestically bred, hand-raised youngsters became widely available and well-liked, I first started out with wild-caught parrots. For many years, I focus on instructing people and “taming” (I detest that word!) parrots, both those that had previously been own and those that had recently emerged from quarantine.
I’m happy that I was able to accomplish my objectives, which included bringing a higher quality of life to many of these fearful, misunderstood animals and inspiring countless people to value and respect these special, compassionate beings.
I’ve had many wonderful opportunities to learn from vets, breeders, nutritionists, behaviorists, and owners of companion parrots over the years. Like you, I frequently required assistance in figuring out what my flock’s requirements were.
After all, folks who believe they are experts generally know very little—certainly, less than our parrots do! I’ve been working as a private behavior consultant for the past few years, using my conviction that we humans need to be trained to live with parrots and that anyone can have a Superior Parrot with the right training, fair expectations, love, and respect! The difficulties you could encounter when introducing your first “human” child into the house are covered in this essay without being judgmental.