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Black-headed Caique has a mostly black head with the cheeks, throat, thighs, and flanks an orange-yellow. They also have an orange band across the hind neck bordered by a few bluish feathers. The back, wings, rump and upper tail are green and the breast and belly are creamy-white. The tip of the tail is yellow. BUY BLACK HEADED CAIQUE FOR SALE - Cheap Macaws Online
Buy Black Headed Caique Online. The black-headed caique, (Pionites melanocephala), black-headed parrot, or black-capped parrot is a fun favorite for bird lovers. The Black-headed Caique is not only one of the most colorful birds in the parrot family but has a delightful and comical personality. They are very intelligent and quick to learn tricks. They can mimic many environmental sounds but Caiques in general are not known to be good talkers. Being quite social and outgoing, they are affectionate and inquisitive, and they love to show off.
Caiques enjoy human interaction as well as interaction with other birds. In the wild, the Yellow-thighed Caiques are very social birds usually seen in pairs, a family group, or a small flock. They are highly social birds with a very active nature. They will require a lot of interaction with either you or from another companion. But despite this overall affectionate nature, some can get rather grumpy and nippy and can be aggressive to other birds. They should never be left unsupervised with other pets. BUY WHITE BELLIED CAIQUE FOR SALE - Cheap Macaws Online
Buy White Bellied Caique Online. White Bellied Caiques (Pionites leucogaster) are not only some of the most colorful birds in the parrot family, but are very intelligent and quick to learn tricks. They are affectionate, inquisitive, and love to show off. A distinguishing characteristic of the Caique is a lovely ruffled-looking white breast and belly. The green-thighed parrot is a subspecies of the White Bellied Caique belonging to the Psittacidae family. The species Pionites leucogaster contains three subspecies including the nominate race, but recent morphological work suggests the species should be split into three.