Ringneck Parakeets

A Complete Ringneck Parakeet Care Guide. Ringneck Parakeets Facts & Information, where to buy, health, diet, lifespan, types, breeding, fun facts and more!

Ringneck Parakeets are one of the most likeable parrots among bird enthusiasts because of their appealing colors, intelligence and outgoing personalities, they have been around since ancient times and were even regarded as sacred beings!

These birds have a reputation of being very sociable and interactive to people, they can adapt well in captivity and adjusts easily to a normal human lifestyle. They’re also generally low maintenance compared to other birds, which makes them a very ideal pet bird. Show More

Basic Ringneck Parakeet Breeding Info

Before deciding if you truly want to become a breeder, you should at least have prior knowledge on their basic reproduction process and breeding. This section will inform you on how these creatures procreate.

a.) Sexual Dimorphism
Ringnecks are sexually dimorphic, males and females are quite easy to distinguish visually because of the color bands around their neck. Males have an obvious black ring while females’ rings are not that prominent, although if you look closely around their neck, you can see that one is paler green than their body color.
You can also determine the gender of your bird through DNA analysis, which uses sample blood or feathers; it can also provide additional information on its sexual maturity and capability to reproduce. It is inexpensive and convenient so if you like to know more about your bird’s sexuality you should definitely try DNA Sexing or Surgical Sexing.

b.) Mating and Reproduction
In the wild, Ringnecks breed in single pairs and mates in colonies with 8 to 9 couples inside the cavities of a tree. The sexual maturity of Ringneck parakeet happens between 5 to 36 months. You’ll need to provide a nesting box because that is where females will lay their eggs. Show More

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Ringneck Parakeets

A Complete Ringneck Parakeet Care Guide. Ringneck Parakeets Facts & Information, where to buy, health, diet, lifespan, types, breeding, fun facts and more!

Ringneck Parakeets are one of the most likeable parrots among bird enthusiasts because of their appealing colors, intelligence and outgoing personalities, they have been around since ancient times and were even regarded as sacred beings!

These birds have a reputation of being very sociable and interactive to people, they can adapt well in captivity and adjusts easily to a normal human lifestyle. They’re also generally low maintenance compared to other birds, which makes them a very ideal pet bird.

They’re great longtime companions, and for that you need some guidance on how to take care of them, raise them and possibly learn how to be like them as well as teach them to be like you!!

Fortunately, this ultimate guide will teach you on how to be the best Ringneck Parakeet owner you can be! Inside this book, you will find tons of helpful information about Ringneck Parakeets: how they live, how to care for them and realize the great benefits of owning one!

Ringneck Parakeets Facts & Information, where to buy, health, diet, lifespan, types, breeding, fun facts and more!

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