Discover the characteristics of our Exotic Cockatiels

White Faced Cockatiel

The White-Faced Cockatiel is a member of the Cockatoo family and is a popular caged bird. They are highly social and love interacting with their owners. They have their signature feature as the result of a mutation in the Cockatoo family, which prevents the appearance of yellow color pigments on their skin. They can live up to 10-14 years in the wild, but can live up to 15-25 years in captivity. Exercise is a must for all cockatiels, especially this one, as they can suffer from parasites, obesity, and inactivity. An adult White Faced Cockatiel for sale can measure 12-13 inches and weigh around 85-115 grams.

Lutino Cockatiel

Lutino Cockatiels are a popular breed of Cockatiel birds due to their unique mutation. They are easy to breed and take care of, and their distinct appearance makes them easy to spot. The color combination of Lutino Cockatiels is one of the most easily recognizable and classifiable, with white color all over the body, yellow-colored head, rose-pink circle patches on the cheek, and a high head crest that extends to the back. They can also have pied markings, but these are rare. The lifespan of Lutino Cockatiels is around 16-25 years in captivity, and they are usually 12-13 inches in length and weigh around 85-125 grams.

Albino Cockatiel

Albino Cockatiels are not albino in their plumage, but they have the physical characteristics of both. As social birds, they love to stay near their owners almost all the time and can serenade and whistle to show affection. They have a bold white appearance and red eyes that are prominent. Female Cockatiels for sale may carry a color pattern on their tail’s underside. Albino Cockatiels can live up to 15 years and can live even longer with the right nutritional and exercise regimes. Measuring around 12-13 inches, they can weigh over 100 grams but usually remain in the 70-120 grams range.

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