Breeding Aratinga Conures

The breeding season for Aratinga Conures starts in April and goes on through the end of May; and they reproduce once per year. The male’s mating call alerts the female that he is ready to mate. These parrots are monogamous.

In their natural habitat, Aratinga species have various nesting habits, most will nest in tree cavities, with the following exceptions:

The average clutch size consists of 3 – 5 eggs which are incubated for 26 – 27 days.

The young fledge about 50 days later.

Conure Log / Nest-box / Nesting Peferences

Additional Bird Breeder Resources

Aratinga Conure InfoAratingas as PetsAratinga Conure Species

Conure InfoIndex of Conure SpeciesPhotos of the Different Conure Species for Identification

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