Monarch is a parrot that is endemic to Indonesia and is designated as an endangered species. This parrot lives in flocks in tropical forests. Since the mackerel is also a bird that is very friendly to people, there are a certain number of people who keep them. However, as it is an endangered species, it will be a little difficult to obtain. Although international trade in the mackerel is prohibited, poaching is a problem.
The moose is endemic to Indonesia. The habitat is limited and lives only on Ambon Island and Seram Island.
The giant cockatoo has a total length of 40-50 cm. This parrot is a bird classified in the parrot family, parrots, and lives only in Indonesia. The plumage of the whole body is white or pink. The underside of the tail is yellow. The beak is black. The fluff of chicks is yellow. Monarchs prefer tropical rainforests and live below 1000m above sea level. Monarchs tend to form flocks and live in groups of 10 or more. The monstrous cockatoo is a very personable bird, and some people keep it. Monarchs are also curious birds. They may come close to things they have never seen before or unusual things and poke them with their beaks.
Macaws are omnivorous, eating fruits, seeds, berries, and insects. The breeding mode is oviparous. During the breeding season, males and females often live in pairs, courting each other in trees. Females can lay 1-3 eggs at a time. The incubation period lasts 28-30 days, with males and females alternately incubating the eggs. Chicks fledge about 14 weeks after hatching. It takes about five years to reach sexual maturity. The lifespan of the mackerel can be as long as 60 years in captivity.
Although they are very popular as pets, they are actually designated as an endangered species. Monarch cockatoos can only live in rainforests, but Indonesia is undergoing rapid land development, and the area they can live in is getting smaller and smaller. In addition, the demand for pets is so high that overfishing is a very serious problem. Against this background, this bird was listed in CITES Appendix I in 1989 and international trade was prohibited. Farmers may also exterminate the birds. Because they feed on coconut fruits, they are sometimes considered pests.
Although it is possible to keep the mackerel in captivity, it is not easy to obtain because it is designated as an endangered species and listed in the Washington Convention. It is also said to be a long-lived bird because it is a bird that can live for more than 50 years. If you want to take care of them, you must live to take care of them until they die. If you want to breed them, prepare the following tools.
Keep the mackerel in a special cage for large birds.
For the staple food of the giant cockatoo, we recommend a special seed mix and special pellets for large parrots.