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Pacific Parrotlet (Forpus coelestis)

Order: Psittaciformes | Family: Psittacidae | Genus: Forpus | Species: coelestis

Why Do Parrots Bite?

Parrots use their beaks for several functions like eating, climbing, playing, or preening all by using their beaks. This means that the fact they "bite" you does not mean they are being aggressive. However, they could be aggressive, which is one reason why they will bite. The level of aggr Read More

Why Do Parrots Bob Their Head?

Parrots will often look like they are dancing to music that only they can hear. They do a lot of head bobbing, and it is fun to watch, but what does it mean? Just like humans, parrots are unique and have their own personalities. One parrot's reason may be different from the next, but either way, Read More