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Albino Cockatiel For Sale

Albino Cockatiel parrot

Sounds: Vocal,  Mimics, Natural calls
Interaction: Social, Fun, Clown,   Cuddly
Specie :Albino Cockatiel For Sale
​Age : 2 to 14  Months old

Healthy heading

baby and adult
​Sex : Male and Female
​Vaccinated : Yes
​Tamed : Yes
Sex : Male / Female available

Description

Albino Cockatiel Guide

History

Albino Cockatiel For Sale originated from an accidental genetic mutation that prevents melanin production, resulting in pure white plumage and red/pink eyes. First discovered in the 1970s, albino cockatiels became popular as pets once breeders started producing them intentionally. They remain a prized color mutation today.

Temperament

Albino Cockatiel For Sale have all the classic tame, affectionate qualities of regular grey cockatiels. They bond strongly with owners and thrive on frequent interaction. Their sweet, gentle nature makes them ideal pets, especially for first-time bird owners. Proper regular handling and training ensures albino cockatiels become friendly companions.

Speech and Vocalizations

While not the best talkers, Albino Cockatiel For Sale can mimic speech and sounds. With time and patience using positive reinforcement training, they may pick up basic words or phrases. Cockatiels are very vocal birds that love to whistle and chirp happily when content. Expect to hear gentle background noises as your pet engages in its vocalizing.

Colors and Markings

The pure white plumage lacking any yellow or grey markings is the signature trait of albino cockatiels. Their eyes are a distinctive pinkish-red color. The beak, feet, and nails retain the normal grey cockatiel coloration. The only exception are lutino albino cockatiels that possess slight yellow plumage accents.

Care

Cockatiels are relatively easy parrots to care for, with albino cockatiels having identical requirements. Key care guidelines include:

  • Spacious cage with perches, toys
  • Pellet-based diet with veggies, fruits, seeds
  • Daily interacting/training sessions
  • Plenty of supervised out-of-cage time
  • Proper vet checkups/beak trims

Their small size makes them suitable for apartments or smaller homes.

Health Problems

Albino cockatiels are prone to the same issues as normal cockatiels, including:

  • Overgrown beaks and nails
  • Feather damaging behaviors
  • Respiratory infections
  • Obesity if overfed and understimulated
  • Reproductive issues like egg binding

Provide proper vet care and an enriched environment to prevent most health problems.

Diet and Nutrition

Feed a quality pellet blend formulated for cockatiels. Supplement with chopped veggies, fruits, whole grains, and limited seeds/nuts as treats. Ensure clean drinking water is always available. Avoid overfeeding treats.

Exercise

Cockatiels need 1-2 hours of daily supervised time flying around a bird-safe room. Provide toys and playgrounds promoting foraging, climbing and activity. Rotate new toys to prevent boredom. Interact regularly through training and games.

Where to Adopt or Buy

Check local shelters, rescue organizations, or breeders for albino cockatiels needing homes. Avoid pet stores. Vet potential sources carefully to ensure healthy, well-socialized birds. Prices range from $80-$300+ depending on age and gender. Albino cockatiels make wonderful pets with their beautiful white plumage and sweet personalities. Proper care and training leads to an affectionate companion sure to brighten your home.

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