Male vs. Female | Green vs. Color Mutation Parrotlets

Should I adopt a Male Pacific Parrotlet? Or adopt a Female Pacific Parrotlet?. Are Green Pacific Parrotlets smarter vs other Parrotlet Color Mutations? These sort of Pacific Parrotlet questions are often asked by a majority of customers for various reasons. Some customers have read information on this topic yet heard something completely opposite. You will find strong opinions to this question as Parrotlet owners/breeders who have had positive experience with males/females or a certain color will tell you “only buy an X or Y” or if they have had a bad experience will undoubtably tell you the opposite.

The way Parrotletbirds Aviary approaches these questions are relating them to human life.

For Example: You have 2 children, a son and a daughter. Your best friend who is expecting a new born ask you “Do you prefer a boy or girl? Which child has a better personality? Smarter? Friendlier?” One would imagine your answer wouldn’t be “a boy” or “a girl” – Each and every child (or in this case a Pacific Parrotlet) shares some similar characteristics, however, they are also each unique and different in many ways.

The owner, the environment, how much time you spend with your new Parrotlet companion AND how you socialize your Parrotlet are very important. Those seeking to adopt a baby Pacific Parrotlet often select a male because they are more colorful (Dark Blue coloring on rump, wings, eyelids). However, BOTH can be sweet and loving as well as ALL mutation colors. If you are looking for a parrotlet with a specific personality type, please contact us and we will let you know if we have a Parrotlet compatible with your family.

Parrotletbirds Aviary
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Los Angeles, California


Parrotletbirds Aviary

Parrotletbirds Aviary Specializes in Adorable Pet-Quality Hand-Fed Baby Parrotlets including, unrelated bonded and proven Pacific Parrotlet breeding pairs.

Parrotletbirds Aviary is located in Los Angeles, directly across the street from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the heart of Bel Air, California. Successfully breeding Celestial Pacific Parrotlets for over 12 years with nearly 13 years of experience.

Pacific Parrotlets offer many years of loving companionship and lasting memories. The amount of joy, happiness and love a Parrotlet will bring to a family is simply priceless! Parrotletbirds Aviary wants to ensure your Parrotlet companion is healthy, happy, and active. All Pacific Parrotlets purchased from Parrotletbirds Aviary are backed with a 10-day health guarantee.

Parrotletbirds Aviary is confident you’ll join the ranks of more than 750 satisfied families who have adopted one of our Adorable Quality Hand-Fed Baby Pacific Parrotlets.

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 Instagram is a fun and quirky way to share your life with family and friends through a series of  photos. Parrotletbirds has decided you all are family therefore we have snapped photos of our  parrotlet which are  shared via mobile phone. Transforming a image of a Parrotlet into a  memory to keep around forever. Parrotletbirds is a part of Instagram to allow you to view photos of our pacific parrotlets. Parrotletbirds imagines a world in which is more connected through photos. Download the “Instagram App” today.

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Connect with Parrotletbirds to view over 10,000 photos of the Parrotlets we raised over the course of 10 years, interact with over 4,000 Parrotletbirds Facebook Friends, participate in discussions, write, read, and comment on our wall, “meet” our adoptable baby Parrotlets, read stories, feedback & testimonials submitted by satisfied customers, and so much more. Lets be friends.

When does a Parrotlet breeding season begin?

Pacific Parrotlets have no “set” breeding season. A majority of Parrotlets have the ability to breed and produce year round. A suggestion to those seeking to breed parrotlets, limit each parrotlet breeding pair to 2- 3 clutches per year. By allowing each pair to rest in between clutches will increase your chances of having larger and healthier babies/clutches. This information submitted by A pacific parrotlet breeder specializing in hand-fed parrotlet babies. Parrotletbirds is located in Los Angeles, California.