Half Moon Conures for Sale
The Half-Moon Conure has a friendly personality and gorgeous green plumage. The Half-Moon Conure makes an exceptional pet for novice bird owners a tad quieter than other conures. Social and super smart, this dwarf parrot craves attention and can develop a deep bond with its owner.
Half-moon conures are native to Costa Rica and southwestern Mexico. They could be found in the savannas, treetops, and abandoned woodpecker homes.
The Half-Moon Conure loves to play, explore, and climb. Generally very friendly and interactive, this bird can form powerful attachments to its owner. He loves to cuddle and sit on your shoulder as you go about your daily chores. Trained Half-Moon Conures will stay in an open playpen without much mischief.
Caring for the Half-Moon Conure
Playing and climbing is their favorite activity. Half-moons are very sociable birds that require much attention from their owners. Unlike some other birds, they fancy bathing. This species is not as destructive as some other conures and parrots. Compared to other conures, they are not very noisy. Though they would still make noise, their volume is, however, lower than the others of this species. They are a good option if you want a less chatty medium-sized bird that can mimic sounds.
Their cages are A worth noting item on the list. A spacious square or rectangular cage appropriate is most preferable. Advisably, do a thorough checking of the security mechanism of the cage before purchase. Their Cage size should be approximate; 24″ W x 24″ H x 24″ D and Bar spacing of 5/8″ to 3/4″. The cage should be a strong one (wrought iron, stainless steel) to withstand the conure’s tough beak. Horizontal bar wires will allow the conure to exercise by climbing on the sides of the cage.
Half-Moon Conure is susceptible to Psittacine beak feather disease, Psittacosis, beak malocclusion, and Aspergillosis. Hence a regular checkup is necessary for your Half-Moon Conure, as it may help diagnose and treat many health conditions Accompanied by plenty of freshwaters.