Solomon Island Eclectus can make phenomenal companions. They are smart and can be great talkers. They are friendly but also do well with some independence. Eclectus requires a very dynamic diet. We encourage a diet consisting of as much variety as possible. Ideally, the minimum cage size for this bird would be 36’’ long, 24’’ wide, and 66’’ high with ¾’’ wire spacing.
We have Males and Females Solomon Island Eclectus for Sale from 5 to 9 months old. DNA tested, thoroughly health tested with vet certificate. They are cute and very friendly. They love to be held, stroked and will climb all over you. They have been hand-reared from a very young age, and so they are very friendly and tame towards everyone, including children. They feed on apples, bananas, and pellets mixed with seeds.
Every hand-fed baby Solomon Island Eclectus is weaned on to a high variety diet. They are weaned onto fruits and veggies, a soak and sprout mix we make here in the store, high variety seed that we also make here in the store, and naturally colored pellets. If you have questions regarding this baby Solomon Island Eclectus, or any others that we have available, please give us a call! For more pictures, videos, and information.
The Eclectus is a very friendly and intelligent bird species described as gentle, tranquil, and caring. Eclectus parrots also are affectionate. Most thrive best when socialization is part of their daily routine. They cherish the time they spend interacting with their families. They’re also sensitive and may quickly become stressed if they feel neglected.
Eclectus Parrot As A Pet
The Eclectus Parrots are extraordinary birds and ideally suited as a pet. When taught properly, they are capable of cognitive behavior from a very young age. The ability of the Eclectus Parrot to communicate with humans is a result of their extremely inquisitive nature.
When treated in a similarly caring and intelligent way, they will quickly learn to communicate appropriately. The Eclectus Parrot also prefers a calm environment and has a strong ability to notice changes within their normal surroundings. Regular and consistent training form an integral part of the Eclectus Parrot’s personality development. With the correct love and attention, this brilliant bird makes an excellent pet.
Caring for an Eclectus Parrot
Make sure to give an Eclectus your undivided time and attention when introducing it or any new bird or your aviary.
An Eclectus lives best in an aviary—11 feet long by 3 foot wide and 7 feet high— especially if you keep a pair. The minimum cage size for this bird would be 36″ long, 24″ wide, and 66″ high with ¾” wire spacing.
Eclectus Parrot Diet
These birds prefer pomegranate, papaya, and figs in the wild, though they will also eat flowers, buds on trees, and a few seeds. When kept as a pet, their diet must include fresh fruits, vegetables, and carbohydrates. We feed our Eclectus birds with various fruits and vegetables, such as sweet potatoes, fresh kale, broccoli, carrots, apples, and peppers. We also provide a variety of Uccello seeds, pellets, and nuts. We encourage a diet consisting of as much variety as possible.