Cleaning out my parrotlet s cage
Parrotlets are a group of the smallest New World parrot species, comprising several genera, namely Forpus, Nannopsittaca, and Touit. They have stocky builds and short tails and are endemic to Middle and South America.
- Cleaning out my parrotlet s cage
- Music for your parrotlet relaxing calm sounds for your parrotlet bird
- Parrotlet species
In the wild, parrotlets travel in flocks ranging in size from about four to over a hundred birds. Most species travel in flocks of about five to forty. They form lifelong, tight pair bonds with their chosen mates.
Music for your parrotlet relaxing calm sounds for your parrotlet bird
The following species within three genera are considered to be parrotlets:
The genus Forpus includes all the species of parrotlet commonly kept as pets.
The Touit parrotlets are a genus of parrotlets found in the Venezuela-Guyana area, the northern Andes, and Bahia. Only three of the seven species have ever been brought into aviculture, none successfully.
There are only two species in the genus Nannopsittaca.