- Cinnamon, Orange, Pearl, Pied, White, Yellow
- Bonded Pair, Companion, Cute, Fancy, Pet, Playful, Quiet, Singing, Tame
I need to rehome a young pair of tame bonded cockatiels with their cage and toys/other accessories. Artemis, female, is a whiteface cinnamon, and Orion, male, is a pied pearl. They are about 1.5 years old now, hatched late 2020.
I am located in Willow Creek, CA and I can drop off to Arcata/Eureka, or Weaverville for cost of gas.
Orion and Artemis are very tame and will perch on your hand or arm to eat treats. They are flighted and go into their cage on their own in the evening to sleep and but are used to being out most of the day otherwise, most days.... (read more) They are not territorial in their cage and Artemis has never tried to lay even when she had a nest box available, so I don't think keeping them together will pose any issues for new pet owners concerned about chronic egg-laying. I am happy to be available to give advice and answer questions throughout their lifetimes.
They can adjust to your schedule but need at least a few hours out of their cage daily to exercise and interact with you to keep them tame. They eat pellets, leafy greens, fresh veggies, berries, hard-boiled egg, and seed mix - which I also soak and sprout for them.
They must go with their large flight. It has ½" bar spacing, it is powder-coated, and will fit through a standard doorway with only the roof removed. I also have a new travel cage for them if desired for $25.
Flight Cage Dimensions: 42" wide x 32" deep x 68.25" tall
Roof: 42" wide x 32" deep
Body: 37" wide x 27" deep x 68.25" at the peak
Internal Space: 36" wide x 26" deep x 39" vertical space (to the bottom of the roof - not including the peak)
Underneath space (from floor to bottom of pull-out tray): 16.5"
Four side doors open vertically and two large front doors open horizontally with smaller vertical doors set inside them. Side doors are 6" x 4.25", large doors are 14" tall x 13.5" wide, and inset doors are 7" x 4.25". Comes with two dowel perches, natural perches, large natural handmade swing, four water/food cups, a large food/bathing bowl, and a few shreddable toys.
Please include some details about your experience with owning birds, (even if none, that's okay!). I just want to know if you have read this and are thoughtfully considering adopting these cockatiels. :)