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About Indian Ring-Necks


Size: 15 inches long

Color: Blue, Green, Grey, White, Yellow, and many more

Life Span: 20-25 years

Native Region: Southern Asia

Level of Care: Experienced 

Personality & Behavior: Bob and quake, social Highly Trainable 

Speech & Sounds: Vocal communicator

- Fresh fruit, Vegetables and Fortified Seeds

- Clean, fresh, filtered chlorine-free water



- Bird should always have access to fresh food and water

- If fresh fruit and vegetables are not eaten in a few hours they should be thrown away

- Treats can be give but should not exceed 10% of the birds total food intake for the day.



- Birds should be in a home with a temperature between 65○F to 80○F

- Habitat should be off the ground and away from any drafts

- Habitat should be approx. 30’’W x 30’’D x 36’’H (Largest habitat possible should be provided)

- Perches should be at least 9’’ long, and food and water should not be placed below

- Can be kept alone or in pairs



- Habitat should be cleaned with a 3% bleach solution, and substrate or liner replaced at least 1x a week

- Replace any damaged toys or perches

- Make sure that no toys or habitats have lead, zinc or lead-based paint or galvanized parts

- Make sure to have filtered, chlorine-free lukewarm water for regular baths

- Make sure birds feathers and nails are clipped professionally to prevent injury to the bird


Red Flags Of Health Issues (If you see any signs of these symptoms please contact your vet)

- Swelling of the beak

-Accumulations of the beak

-Feathers that are fluffed, plucked or soiled

-Sitting on the floor of habitat



-Stools that are runny or discolored

-Favoring one food when not sleeping

-Discharge from the nose or eye

-Eyes that are red and/or swollen

-Loss of appetite

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