Jenday conure for sale
The jenday conure for sale is quite striking with its beautiful colors. They are closely related to the Sun Conure and the Golden-capped Conure. Sometimes there is confusion between the Jenday Conure and the Sun Conure but you can easily identify the Jenday by its green wings and back, while the Sun has mostly yellow wings.
A super sweet bird, the attractive Jenday Conure is very sociable and makes a very tame and loveable companion. They love to “talk”, and yes, they are rather noisy little creatures. Being very active, they enjoy playing with toys, climbing, and chewing. Their antics can be very comical and at the same time they are very affectionate. If you are looking for a beautiful conure, the Jenday Conure will certainly capture your attention.
Breeding/Reproduction of Jenday conure for sale
They breed readily if they have the right size aviary. Though these birds will need to be either DNA or surgically sexed for a certain determination, the iris of the female is light brown and they have a grayish white eye ring while the male’s iris is darker and his eye ring is pure white.
The hen lays three to four eggs which are incubated for about 26 days. Both parents will feed the young. The young fledge (leave the nest) after about two months. The ideal nest box size should be 21 1/2″ x 10″ x 11″ (55x25x28 cm), with a 2 3/4″ opening (7 cm) which the parents will chew on and alter it to their liking.
There has been a hybrid conure produced by crossing a Jenday Conure with a Nanday Conure.
Care and feeding
A roomy cage is required unless the bird is to be let out for extended periods. Many birds can spend most of their time on a play pen or parrot perch. They eat a variety of sprouts, seeds, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and commercial pellets, as well as the same nutritional foods humans eat.
The basic cage care includes daily cleaning of the water and food dishes. Weekly you should wash all the perches and dirty toys. The floor should be lined with newspaper and changed daily, or covered with an absorbent bedding such as corn cobs or pine shavings and changed weekly. A total hosing down and disinfecting of an aviary should be done yearly, replacing anything that needs to be freshened, such as old dishes, toys and perches.