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Ashenfallow Cockatiel For Sale

Ashenfallow Cockatiel

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

Healthy heading

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


Ashenfallow Cockatiel Guide


Ashenfallow cockatiels originated from a mutation resulting in their unique greyish-brown plumage. First bred in the 1980s, they remain relatively uncommon compared to normal grey cockatiels. Their rarity makes them highly prized by owners.


Despite their unique appearance, Ashenfallow Cockatiel For Sale have the same sweet, gentle personality that makes cockatiels such beloved pets. They bond closely with owners and thrive on frequent attention and interaction. Regular handling and training ensures ashenfallows become tame companions.

Speech and Vocalizations

Ashenfallows can mimic some words and sounds, though cockatiels are not known for talking abilities. Their vocalizations consist of whistles, chirps, and other happy noises that provide gentle background sounds.

Colors and Markings

Ashenfallow cockatiels have primarily greyish-brown plumage lacking the yellow and orange accents seen in normal grey cockatiels. The underside of wings and tail show some barring. Eyes are dark brown. Females may display some faint orange spots.


Proper ashenfallow cockatiel care involves:

  • Large cage with perches, toys
  • Pellet-based diet with produce, grains
  • Daily interaction/training sessions
  • Supervised out-of-cage exercise
  • Regular veterinary checkups

Their small size makes them suitable for apartments.

Health Problems

Common health issues to monitor include:

  • Overgrown beaks and nails
  • Feather damaging habits
  • Respiratory infections
  • Obesity if overfed
  • Egg binding in breeding females

Vet visits and an enriched home prevent most problems.

Diet and Nutrition

Feed a quality cockatiel pellet blend. Supplement with chopped fruits/veggies, whole grains and limited seeds as treats. Always provide clean drinking water. Avoid overfeeding fatty seeds and nuts.


Cockatiels require 1-2 hours of daily supervised flying time in a bird-safe room. Offer playgrounds and toys to encourage activity. Rotate new toys often to prevent boredom. Engage in training games and interaction.

Where to Adopt or Buy

Check shelters, rescues and breeders for Ashenfallow Cockatiel For Sale needing homes. Carefully vet any source to ensure a healthy, well-socialized bird.

Prices range from $100-$400+ depending on age/gender. With proper care, ashenfallows make wonderfully affectionate and beautiful companions sure to brighten any home.


How long do cockatiels live?

Cockatiels typically live 10-15 years with proper care and nutrition. Some may reach 20-25 years.

What is the best cage size for a cockatiel?

The minimum recommended cage size is 18″ wide x 18″ deep x 24″ high. Bigger is always better. The bar spacing should be 1/2 to 3/4 inches.

How much does a cockatiel cost?

Average cost is $80-$150 for a young hand-fed baby from a breeder. Pet store prices are often higher. Rare color mutations can cost up to $300+.

What fruits and vegetables can cockatiels eat?

Recommended produce includes chopped apples, berries, melon, bananas, greens (kale, spinach), broccoli, sweet potato, carrot, bell pepper, squash, and fresh sprouts. Avoid avocado and fruit pits/seeds.

How often do you clean a cockatiel cage?

Thoroughly clean the cage, perches, food bowls and toys weekly. Spot clean droppings and replace food/water daily. Use mild soap and water. Avoid harsh chemicals.

How much exercise does a cockatiel need?

Cockatiels should get 1-2 hours of supervised time flying in a bird-safe room per day. Provide toys and playgrounds to promote activity. Rotate new toys frequently.

Can cockatiels talk?

Cockatiels can mimic sounds and some words/phrases but are not known for being great talkers. Males tend to be better at mimicking than females.

What type of temperament do cockatiels have?

Cockatiels are very social, gentle, sweet-natured birds. They bond strongly to owners and thrive on frequent interaction and family time. Regular handling ensures a tame, affectionate pet.

What’s the cockatiel’s natural diet?

Seeds, grains, fruits, berries, vegetables, flowers. Pellet diets best mimic their balanced natural diet.


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