Quaker parrots are known for their charming, comical personalities and their willingness to learn human speech. They are an excellent choice for bird lovers who want the fun of a large parrot in a smaller package, and who have the time to devote to keeping them happy.
Other Animal Facts
South America (Bolivia, Brazil, and Argentina)
Green head, wings, and back with a gray chest, cheeks, and throat resembling Colonial-era Quaker clothing (which is how this bird received its name)
20-30 years on average
Quaker parrots are confident and social. They love to chatter and can easily learn new words.
Eats fresh fruit, vegetables, and nuts supplemented with seeds.
Needs a roomy cage with plenty of toys and safe items to chew on. Loves puzzle toys.
Loves attention and often bonds to one human, but may be aggressive towards other birds or pets.