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What You Need to Know Before Adopting a Conure?

Conures are one of the most adorable and charming parrots in the world. They are small, colorful, smart, playful, and affectionate. They can also be loud, messy, nippy, and demanding. Adopting a conure is a big decision that requires a lot of research, preparation, and commitment.

Here are some things you need to know before adopting a conure:

  • Lifespan:
    Conures can live up to 20 years or more in captivity with proper care and attention. This means that adopting a conure is a long-term commitment that involves providing it with a loving home, a balanced diet, regular veterinary check-ups, and adequate socialization and stimulation throughout its life.
  • Personality:
    Conures have different personalities depending on their species, genetics, and environment. Some conures may be more outgoing, friendly, and talkative than others. Some conures may be more shy, quiet, and reserved than others. Some conures may be more independent, adventurous, and curious than others. Some conures may be more clingy, needy, and cuddly than others. You need to do some research or ask your breeder on the specific species of conure you want to adopt and find out if it matches your lifestyle and expectations.
  • Noise:
  • Green cheek conures are one of the parrots that you can appreciate for the low noise level (in general). They can make a variety of sounds such as whistles, chirps, squawks, small screams they can even pronounce words if you teach them. They can scream for various reasons, if they need food, water, distraction, cuddles, alarm calling, contact calling, attention seeking, or emotional expression. They are usually quiet during the day (full silence at night) they mostly make noise in the morning and evening when they wake up or go to sleep. Be careful to understand the difference between sun conures and green cheek conures, because sun conures are known to be extremely loud at times, so if you have a low tolerance for loud noise, a greencheek conure will be your best choice. Before buying a sun conure you need to consider if you can tolerate or handle the noise level of that specie and if you have any neighbors or family members who may be disturbed or annoyed by it.
  • Cage:
    Conures needs a lots of space to expend their wings and be able to fly within the cage. It is often thought that conures are okay in small cages, they are not, if your conure will be free all day every day, the cage size is not a big concern but if you go out to work all day and your conure is left alone in a cage, you will want to make sure this cage is large enough for flights and have enough room for different type of toys perches and accessories to help your conure live a busy entertained life.
  • Cost:
    Conures are one of the most expensive parrots in the world. They can cost anywhere from $200 to $1000 depending on their species, breed, age, color, health, or availability. They can also cost a lot more in terms of maintenance such as cage, toys, food, veterinary bills, etc. You need to consider if you can afford or budget for the initial cost and ongoing cost of owning a conure and if you have enough savings in case of emergencies.

Adopting a conure is a big decision that requires a lot of research, preparation, and commitment. By knowing these things before adopting a conure you can make an informed and responsible choice that will benefit both you and your parrot.

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