I've lived with Peachfront Conures Aratinga aurea for 30 years. I've bred 'em, trained 'em, even visited Bolivia to observe them in the wild. For more about me, click right here.
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should you get a "friend" for your peachfronted conure?
If you are tightly bonded to your single pet Peachfronted Conure, then guess what. Your Peachfront does not want a feathered friend. Your Peachfront wants you. It's actually quite a bit of work to set up a situation where a pet Peachfront will transfer its affections to somebody else. If you are really busy and can no longer give your bird the time it deserves, then you can consider mating your pet, but be sure to read my article on breeding Peachfront Conures. Even if you don't want to breed your bird, you get an idea of the time and money it takes to set up a Peachfront with an avian partner. In addition to several months to allow the birds to get to know each other, you will probably need a third, neutral cage where you can place them both together, instead of taking a chance on housing them both in a cage that was once a single bird's personal territory.
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