Pacific Parrotlet

Parrotlets are the second smallest group of all parrots. Pacific Parrotlets are between 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 inches in length. They come from the South American countries of Peru and Ecuador. There are seven species of Parrotlets. Only three of these species are kept as pets. Of these, the Pacific Parrotlet is the most common.

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The Pacific Parrotlet is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Of these, the Pacific Parrotlet is the most common. Description - The Pacific Parrotlet is green. The males have blue on their wings, backs and streaking back from their eyes. This is true of the male color mutation parrotlets also. Aviculture - This species is very common in pet stores and is valued by breeders. Its normal price range is 150-200 USD. More

Are you looking for a Pacific Parrotlet? Click here for a listing of breeders - Pacific Parrotlets Pacific ParrotletsThe Pacific Parrotlets naturally occur in Western Ecuador and North-western Peru. They are considered an endangered species in the wild (CITES II). In captivity, this parrotlet has been bred in many striking color mutations. More

The Pacific parrotlet is the most popular species of parrotlet kept as pets. Most Pacifics have a well-deserved reputation for being feisty and bold. They are very much 'a large parrot personality in a small parrot body.' They are the most fearless of the parrotlets and can be very stubborn and strong-willed at times. They have very engaging personalities and can also be the most loving and devoted to their owners. More

raised Celestial Pacific Parrotlets for seven years and have over nine years of experience. Our parrotlets offer countless years of loyal companionship and lasting memories. The amount of joy, happiness, and pride a parrotlet will bring to a family is priceless! Our priority is to make your transaction with us go as smoothly as possible. We pledge to provide excellent customer service, honest advice and quality hand-fed baby parrotlets at a reasonable price. All parrotlets come with a 10 day health guarantee. More

Pacific parrotlet is full of energy and enjoys being included in family activities. Similar in personality to Amazon parrots, pacific parrotlets are intelligent and affectionate pet birds. Active Pacific parrotlets like to swing and play with toys. They also require a cage large enough to accommodate their activities. They can also be aggressive, but because they can be properly trained and easily managed compared to larger parrots. More

Pacific Parrotlets are a dimorphic species, with the normal coloration being mostly green. Males can be distinguished from females by the splashes of bright blue on their backs and behind their eyes. Parrotlets also come in many color mutations, such as lutino, blue, and albino. Feeding: Pacific Parrotlets have extremely high metabolisms, and must have food available at all times. More

Pacific Parrotlet (Forpus coelestis coelestis) TNbabympc-fc.gif (4229 bytes)This is a cute baby pacific parrotlet! Of course proud parents always think their kids are cute huh? The pin feathers are almost completed, getting close to being a real bird! This baby is about 4 weeks of age. The Pacific or Celestial parrotlet is the most well-known and popular species of parrotlet. They are approximately five inches in length and weigh 30 grams. More

European Yellow Pacific parrotlet, (also called Pastel) is the yellow form being bred in Europe, which is not as bright and clear. In contrast to the American Yellow, the European Yellow is not a clear yellow. It shows much suffusion of green and the wings are quite spotty giving the bird a somewhat dirty look. Pastel Pair European Yellow (Pastel) There is yet a third yellow mutation but this one is clearly different from the others described. More

Pacific Parrotlet for Sale = Browse Birds: More Search Options | Advanced Search | Reset Search Criteria Viewing ads 1 - 12 of 15 » Marking: within miles $125..for a pair or.. take all 4 pair Parrotlets $500.. More

Pacific parrotlets are one of the world's smallest parrots with an average size of only 5 to 6 inches. They are not known for being loud like conures or other parrots. Parrotlets actually have a finch-like chirp that is coupled with a sweet personality, making them a very popular pet. Read on to learn how to care for a Pacific parrotlet. More

Forpus coelestis lucida: The lucida Pacific parrotlet has most of the same characteristics and colors as the nominate (F.c. coelestis), except as noted: although mainly green, lucida males and females both have blue color on the underside of their wings and on their rump. The males' blue coloring on the rump is dark cobalt blue and the blue markings around the eye are darker than the female, which is similar to a male Pacific (nominate). More

We are a small family aviary raising Pacific Parrotlets in Maple Grove MN. Our babies are closed banded with the year they were born on the band. We are proud members of the International Parrotlet Society and the Parrotlet Alliance. Need help with anything? Give us a call! St Paul parrotlets 2 About Parrotlets: * New to Parrotlets? The Pacific Parrotlet is considered to be one of the prettiest members of the Forpus Genus. More

regarding the Pacific parrotlet mentioned in Volume - I, Issue - II "Just what should we call her?" Shorties - My pair are very young. How do I know when they are old enough to breed. Is a 18x18x24 cage big enough? I would like to hear from other breeders, their setups and feeding details, when they pull babies, etc. More

In the Pacific Parrotlet species, the male will have a cobalt blue streak on the head, wings, and tail. The female does not have these markings. Parrotlets are interesting to observe in the nest. The female will lay between four and eight eggs, laying one every other day. More

The Pacific Parrotlets are some of the most pernicious and spunky creatures in the Parrot Family. The Pacific Parrotlet, like most Parrotlets, is full of undying energy. You will always see it swinging on its perch or eating seeds or nibbling at the toys. But you will hardly see it sitting still. More

baby blue male pacific parrotletPersonality of Blue Parrotlet Pacific or Celestial Parrotlets are the most popular of the pet Parrotlets and for good reason. They are the most parrot-like in personality. They are also some of the most beautiful. Hand-fed babies make wonderful pets when placed in a home right after weaning and quickly become beloved members of the household. Blue Parrotlet mutations have an exceptionally sweet, calm personality both as a pet and with other Parrotlets. More

Feather coloration, in the normal Pacific Parrotlet, is a variety of shades of green and some appear to have a light yellowish tone in the down feathers. Being sexually dimorphic the male is easily distinguished from the female. He carries a vivid blue on the wings and rump and a lighter blue over his eyes. Some males have a dusting of blue on the back of the neck and over the back and top of the wings. More

Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Forpus
Species : coelestis
Authority : (Lesson, 1847)