Rose Breasted Cockatoo Eggs


Rose-breasted Cockatoos, also known as Galahs, are popular birds due to their striking appearance and social nature. Here are some key points regarding their eggs and breeding:

Egg Characteristics:
Size and Shape: The eggs of a Rose-breasted Cockatoo are typically white and oval in shape, measuring about 3.2 to 3.5 cm (1.3 to 1.4 inches) in length.
Clutch Size: A typical clutch consists of 2 to 5 eggs.
Incubation Period: The incubation period lasts about 25 to 30 days, during which both parents take turns incubating the eggs.

Breeding Conditions:
Nesting: In the wild, Galahs nest in tree hollows. For breeding in captivity, provide a suitable nest box with dimensions around 30 x 30 x 60 cm (12 x 12 x 24 inches).
Temperature and Humidity: Maintain a stable and warm environment, with temperatures around 18-24°C (64-75°F) and moderate humidity.
Diet: Ensure a nutritious diet for breeding pairs, including a variety of seeds, fresh fruits, vegetables, and calcium supplements to support egg production.

 Raising Chicks:
Hatching: Chicks hatch after the incubation period, usually covered in down feathers.
Feeding: Parents feed the chicks regurgitated food. In captivity, hand-feeding formulas are available if necessary.
Fledging: Chicks fledge, or leave the nest, approximately 7 to 8 weeks after hatching but continue to be fed by the parents for several weeks post-fledging.

Breeding Rose-breasted Cockatoos can be a rewarding experience, but it requires commitment to providing the appropriate care and environment for the birds and their offspring.

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Rose Breasted Cockatoo Eggs .

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