Lovely blue ring neck under a year old. Tryrd to house with my green ring neck but my older one won’t allow him in cage but will play outside cage. Comes with large cage and toys . Likes to sit on shoulder and head
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The conure is a small- to medium-size parrot that comes in a wide range of bright colours. He primarily originated in the Caribbean Islands, South America, and Southern Mexico. As a family companion, the conure is a spunky bird with a playful and sociable personality.
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