The Best Pet Bird For Kids

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Choosing a bird randomly for an adult may not be a good idea, as well as for kids, in our previous article about how to choose the right pet bird for you, we’ve explained that birds have different personalities, behaviors, different level of care requirements, cost, and noise level. Therefore it’s necessary to choose the best pet bird for kids, that will be in harmony with your child.

1- The Cockatiels Birds |In The List Of The best pet bird for kids

The Best Pet Bird For Kids
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Kids always seeks for joy, fun, and creativity. Cockatiels are just the best pet birds for this mission, they can whistle, learn to talk, and even do tricks, which makes them the best pet birds for kids. Cockatiels coexist well with older kids as well, kids who really love birds and can give their time to take care of them and get busy with them. Also the the Cockatiels species require more work and care than other species, and they like to have fun out of the cage more than inside it. That’s why you have to make sure that your kids really have a strong desire to get one and commit to it.

Cockatiels require specific things, like feeding a balanced diet and not only seed, also providing fresh water daily, cage cleaning, and interacting with them. Of course in the beginning your kid might need you to supervise him, and teach him about the Cockatiels, so you better do some research and read about the Cockatiels. Make sure to contact the animal shelters near to you, to see if they have Cockatiels available for adoption.

2- Finches and Canaries

Canaries birds are one of the most recommended and best pet birds for kids, because it’s easy to take care of them, and the same thing applies to Finches too, due to their little needs and small size. Kids always find canaries birds and finches attractive and fascinating, where they enjoy watching them all the time tweeting.

If you want to get a finch for your lovely kid, get 2 or 3 Finches, and don’t worry about responsibility, because Finches birds aren’t like Cockatiels, they don’t tend to care much for interacting with people.

Getting a pet bird that matches your kid’s personality, must be taken into consideration, means if your kids loves interaction with birds, then you should get him a Cockatiel or a bird who like interaction and being outside the cage. Some people succeed to train canaries birds and finches to allow handling, and because they require caution and gentleness, these species shouldn’t be taken outside their cages.

3- Budgerigar – Budgies- or (Parakeets)

The Best Pet Bird For Kids
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Their proper name is Budgerigar,⁠ Budgies are close to take the second place on the list of the best pet birds for kids, their beautiful colorful body, their willingness to learn talking, and their gentle personalities and their way to handle quite well, makes them perfect and easy to care of, and they are always trying to build a strong bond with their owners, and that’s the reason number one why they are the perfect companions for kids.

If your child loves company and has a desire of getting a pet bird as his best friend, then bring to him a budgie bird, because most budgies are very sweet and they will happily and quickly adapt with your loving kid.
Important, budgie birds are small and flimsy, so children should be learn how to interact with them safely.

Also as the case with all pet birds, you have to teach your kids how to take care of their pet birds, budgies need to be fed a balanced diet that contain vegetables, seeds, a formulated pelleted diet, and leafy greens, these diets plays a big role in increasing their lifespan, their average lifespan is between 5 to 10 years. Make sure to avoid the all seed diet, because it’s not healthy for Budgies and it might affect their lifespan badly.

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