The pionus parrot is a medium-sized parrot native to Mexico and South America. Some characteristics of pionus parrots are chunky bodies, bare eye-rings, and short square tails. Pionus parrots are specifically similar to American parrots. Pionus birds are between 10 and 12 inches in length. Therefore they are basically the same shape, with a short and square tail. They also have bare and fleshy eye- rings circling the entire eye. Pionus are considered as pets therefore they can be reared and sold.
Pionus for sale
There are eight known species of Pionus birds to man. They are predominantly found in a large parts of south and Central America. Pionus tend to inhabit forested areas, savannas, and mountain regions.
Care and feeding
Baby pionus parrots should be offered a formulated diet. Diets such as a fresh fruit mix and fruity vegetables. Also pellets and seeds.
Personality and behavior
Pionus babies are known to be quiet, easy-going, slightly standoffish parrots. These descriptions are based on the comparisons with other common parrot species. Therefore when compared to Amazons, Conures, and Macaws, the pionus bird is generally quiet. Because they are very affectionate, they can be easy-going. Also very attentive and sweet. Pionus for sale at ourfamilyparrots
Speech and sound
Pionus are not the best talkers. They therefore will certainly not have crystal clear voices. But the pionus owner would be able to understand what the bird is saying. Besides, a house full of screaming children, barking dogs and television noise can teach a pionus to be noisy.
There are eight species of pionus parrots. Blue-headed pionus, Bronze-winged pionus, Dusky pionus. That’s not all, these are some more. Maximilian’s pionus, Coral billed or Red-billed Pionus, Plum-crowned pionus and White-capped pionus parrots. Five species of pionus parrots for sale regularly available at ourfamilyparrots