Nymphicus hollandicus

Family : Cacatuidae


Nymphicus hollandicus, Cockatiel, Psittacidae

The Cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) stands among the most common pet parrots, considering the easy breeding and the innate docility of the species. Have been obtained artificially a lot of mutations with very particular coloured liveries. Unluckily, it is quite talkative often causing considerable disturbance to the neighbors. Is native to Australia where moves in even important flocks. The Cockatiel is about 30-35 cm long and may reach the 20 years of age © Giuseppe Mazza



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