Another month, another of our wonderful Parrot species to celebrate. This month we’re celebrating the incredible Quaker.
Our #QuakerParrotDay is taking place on August 18th, and we’d love it if as many Quaker owners and their Parrots got involved using the #QuakerParrotDay on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Our Facebook friends, Feathered Friends, will be joining in the celebrations too.
Post your pictures of you and your Quaker Parrot enjoying the day.
Quaker Day Offers
Facts About Quakers
Quaker Parrots, sometimes called Monk Parakeets or Quaker Parakeets, are common in their wild habitat of the Bolivian highlands, central Argentina and south Brazil.
Quakers make excellent pets and even better mimics. They are very intelligent and instead of nesting in tree cavities, are one of the few Parrot species to make their own nests.
Quakers require a varied diet with a mix of seed, fresh fruit, berries and vegetables. We stock lots of healthy and wholesome Quaker food, like seed, complete food and treats, feeding dishes to put all the yummy food in and other practical accessories.
Learn more of these fascinating facts about Quakers by reading the factsheet Rosemary Low has produced here.
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