Conure care is the
only important thing you should keep in mind when you
get one for your family. Conure care begins
with the personal hygiene of your conure. This includes
a morning bath to keep its plumage glossy and beautiful.
Use a flat earthenware dish so that your conure can
step into it to take a bath. The next important step
in conure care is to keep the wings trim. This will
stop your conure from flying away.
Another step in conure care
involves maintenance of its nails and beak. This the
conure does on its own through climbing and chewing.
However, as part of conure care, both the nails and
the beak should be trimmed if they get overgrown. Providing
a healthy diet to your conure is a crucial part of conure
care. In the wild, the conure feeds mainly
on grass seeds, nuts, berries, fruits, flowers, buds,
insects and grains. However, in captivity, its diet
should be restricted to a good seed mixture supplemented
with various fruits, green foods, millet spray, and
Conures need a great deal of exercise.
They should have distractions so that they don't get
bored. Conure care involves good training to ensure
healthy and happy conures. Are you unhappy with your
conure care? If so, stop worrying now. In all my years
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