Indian Ringnecks for Sale


Green Indian Ringneck Parakeet is also known as Indian Ringneck Parrot, Rose-Ringed Parrots. Wild Indian Parakeets are usually green except for turquoise blue on their tail feathers, and males have black and rose-colored rings around their necks. Indian Parakeet Ringnecks are now available in shades ranging from bright yellows (Lutino), greens, and blues to albinos due to color mutations. Like a few other bird species, they are known as dimorphic, meaning that its colors and markings can determine a bird’s sex.

Indian Ringneck Parakeets for Sale

Indian Ringneck Parakeets for Sale. This Indian Ringneck parrot (or parakeet) is stunning. These outgoing pets can become great talkers, with a large, clear vocabulary. Why are they sometimes called parrots and sometimes called parakeets?.  “Parakeet” simply means “small parrot”, so all parakeets are parrots, but not all parrots are parakeets.  They can live up to 30 years (captive) in the wild they survive less because of natural predators, and disease.

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This lutino is just one of the variety of Ringneck Parrots in our Baby Bird Nursery. All our baby birds are hand-fed and friendly. Stop by for a visit soon and talk to one of our expert staff. Indian Ringnecks are intelligent parrots and do make great pets. They learn concepts quickly and love to show off. Along with being intelligent, they are great at talking. Quaker Parakeets are known for their talking ability; however, an Indian Ringneck can speak with clarity that’s phenomenal. Ringneck

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These birds are truly masters at talking for their size and can easily compete with Quakers, Grays, and Amazons. With adequate attention, handling, and love, an Indian Ringneck Parakeet can quickly become a beloved companion and family member. When taught to speak properly, these beautiful parrots can easily acquire an extended vocabulary. They are highly intelligent birds and have been reported to master vocabularies of up to 250 words.

Feeding and Caring for Indian Ringneck

Parrot mix is their base as in the wild they eat seeds, weeds, buds, I personally use seed mix as a base,  add pellets, and any fruits that come available. Apple slices is what they eat the most; also I give them celery, oranges, corn in the cob, romaine lettuce, kale, and pomegrenade. Make sure to feed your birds with clean water and always keep their cage clean.


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