Buy Rainbow Lorikeets For Sale. Our adorable Rainbow lorikeets are active, noisy, and colorful birds Overall, Rainbow Lorikeets make excellent pets for those who are committed to providing excellent quality care for their pets, and who have plenty of free time to spend with them. These are friendly, funny, affectionate birds who typically bond strongly to their owners, so it is important for those who want a Rainbow Lorikeet to realize that adopting one of these birds means committing to 20+ years of daily interaction. Like all parrots, Rainbow Lorikeets love to play and need to be provided with plenty of toys to keep their minds and beaks busy! They are avid chewers, so many Lorikeet owners suggest stocking up on “destructible” toys made of safe woods so that they can exercise their beaks. They are extremely entertaining for most people, but they can become a little much for someone that’s used to a more laid-back companion. Playtime is crucial for the lory, and the Rainbow will relish time out of the cage to spend with its guardian. This need should be indulged as often as possible. A rainbow lory that’s left alone too often will develop behavior disorders and may begin to self-mutilate. Warn new guardians to be watchful when the bird is out of the cage.
What Does a Lorikeet Parrot Need in Order to Be Healthy?
Lorikeet Parrots are social creatures just like us and will desire to spend time in the same room with you (and family) during the day and evening. It’s important to provide a Lorikeet Parrot with a lot of natural light, as well as give them plenty of opportunities for exercise, which they can get by jumping and hanging or flying indoors (or a sheltered aviary). Birds eat a variety of foods including seeds, pellets, grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables. Lorikeet Parrot will eat periodically throughout the day and will create a mess around their eating areas. Most birds will also want to vocalize their presence so be prepared for chirping, squawking, and in some cases talking. It’s all to get engaged socially. Very important! Lorikeet Parrots are sensitive to air pollution and will need fresh air. If you smoke please do not adopt a Lorikeet Parrot as the negative effects of secondhand smoke are amplified for birds because with every breath they renew 100% of the air from their lungs. Finally, immediately after adopting a Lorikeet Parrot find a local veterinarian who can give the Lorikeet Parrot checkups, and diagnose any major issues.