There are actually two types of green ringneck parakeets, the African Ringneck and the Indian Ringneck. The African Ringneck is the smaller of the two breeds, but they both have the happiest personalities of any parrot alive. • Care taking of Ringneck Parakeets is easy because they don't have many specialized requirements, unlike larger parrots that are available as pets. They are easy to tame and have the ability to learn tricks as well as to talk.
They are incredibly entertaining that provides endless entertainment for you and guests to your home. Parakeets have become more and more popular as pets in recent years, and for many different reasons. • First reason they are exceptional talkers and second reason is that they are coupled with their beauty and their medium size. These features have made them attractive pets among many bird lovers.
Ringneck Parakeet color • They are normally green in color with red beaks and the males have a black and rose colored ring around their necks. • Both male and female Indian ringneck parrots have specific characteristic rather than other parakeets. • Both male and female parakeets have the same small body and the same enthusiastic personality, just a different color.
They Need Attention • They need a lot of attention as they tend to get aggressive if we don’t handle them daily. It is one of the most aggressive of their species’ gentle and keeps positive reinforcement toward them. • Biting or unwanted behavior should be ignored so that they realize that you aren't a threat to its existence.
Feeding Your RingneckParakeet • Parakeets like fruits and vegetables therefore Fresh fruits and vegetables should be placed daily into the cage. • Vegetables and Fruits should be washed and cleaned to avoid pesticides. • If you are ready to buy a ringneck parakeet then you should search it on internet by typing ringneck parakeet for sale.