Bare-Eyed Cockatoo (Little Corella Cockatoo) For Sale
Breed: Cockatoo Parrot
Species:Bare-Eyed Cockatoo (Little Corella Cockatoo)
Age: 1.6 years
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The bare-eyed cockatoo is a slightly smaller member of the cockatoo family of parrots, and it is one that is somewhat easier to keep as a pet than its larger cousins. The ring of blue around the eyes gives these birds a slightly sleepy look, but these birds are actually quite social and active, much preferring to be out of the cage and interacting with their owners.
The bare-eyed cockatoo may not be the most colorful parrot in the world, but it more than makes up for it in personality. Sweet, playful, and intelligent, bare-eyed cockatoos are becoming more and more popular as pets. While cockatoos, in general, are among the more difficult birds to keep, due to a reputation as a "velcro bird" (sticking to their owners), if you have the time and determination to provide your bird with plenty of attention, you will have a wonderful companion.
With a reputation for being goofy and clownish, the bare-eyed cockatoo is normally a very social bird that loves to play and interact with its owners. Intelligent and friendly, bare-eyed cockatoos make excellent pets for experienced bird owners who would like a cockatoo but don’t have the space to keep one of the larger species.
Among the cockatoos, this species is the best at mimicking human speech. It is common for a bare-eyed cockatoo to spontaneously mimic the vocal patterns of every member of the family.
The bare-eyed cockatoo is normally between 14 and 16 inches long from the beak to the tip of the tailfeathers.
In captivity, bare-eyed cockatoos can live for up to 50 years, and beyond in some cases. They are, however, susceptible to some diseases that can shorten their lives.