RingNecks are native to Asia and Africa and can be seen in the forests or arid environments. These birds have a hooked beak, a long tail, can grow to approximately 16 inches in length, and they have a stealthy appearance that sets them apart from most other exotic birds (please see attached photos).
RingNecks are very unique and rare. They are intelligent and make great pets. They learn concepts quickly and love to show off. Along with being intelligent they are great at talking. Quaker Parrot's are ...
I have a few breeding pairs of parrots. Pair of indian ringneck (female is lutino and male is green/split blue) for 300. Pair of white front amazon for 500. Pair of timneth for 700. I also have lion head bunnys babys for 5 each. I do have cockatiels for 25 each, a breeding pair of patagonians (Pattys) and a breeding pair of severe macaws for 800 oboYou could contact me at 813-405 7038 and ask for Carlos . Will trade for other birds, thanks.
Ringneck/Psittacula - Indy - Small - Senior - Female - Bird
Indy is a 25 yr. old, female Indian Ringneck. She has lived in 1 home her whole life and is used to being the only bird. She is hand tame. Indy is looking for a human to call her own. A person who has lots of time to spend with her. She does have a tendency to call for her human when she wants attention.
Petfinder ID: 21736655
Parrot Outreach Society | Punta Gorda, FL