The Bare Eyed cockatoos, also known as little corellas, are one of the smaller and unique breeds in the cockatoo family.
Personality & Behavior
Bare Eyed Cockatoo parrots are very intelligent and highly energetic birds. Getting one as your pet demands a lifelong commitment and a lot of care. They love to hang upside down, to nibble on things, and generally exercise their strong beaks. Their mood can also revolve around two patterns: it’s either all fun, games and noisy silliness or quiet and cuddly affectionate time. Just keep in mind – with a bit of patience and dedicated care, a cockatoo can and will become a loving friend for a long, long time.
Care and Feeding
In the wild, little corellas are mostly ground feeders but sometimes eat in the trees and shrubbery. They like seeds, insects, fruits, and nectar. They also intrude on crops where they eat wheat, corn, and barley. As a pet, they will love a seed-based mixed designed for cockatoos. But still, you’ll need to balance this diet with the regular addition of fresh fruits and vegetables. Apples, bananas, oranges, cabbage, kale, and carrots are some of their favorite treats.