Cinnamon Green Cheek Conure – The Cinnamon Green Cheek Conures are a mutation of the Green Cheek Click on the photos to see the differences. A Cinnamon cock and a Yellow-sided hen are used to produce the Cinnamon.
Conures (Sun) Aratinga solstitials – These beautiful, charming, smart, and interactive birds can be found in the wild in Central America, Mexico, South America and many of the Caribbean Islands. They’re one of the most popular and personable conures available. Young birds have more green feathers, but these baby feathers molt out and the brilliant yellow and orange colors emerge as the birds mature. No illustration could possible do justice to the highly unique blending of such a sizzling riot of coloring. About 12 inches in length, the Suns are very active; make excellent pets; and some become good talkers. They are extremely playful, curious and happy to be involved in any family activities.
It’s important that they be properly socialized to avoid behavior challenges. Because of their beauty, they are often used as models in advertisements.
Finsch’s Conure’s (Aratinga finschi) – Unfortunately, there are very few aviculturist in the United States who keep the Finsch Conure. The Finsch Conure is a 12 inch bundle of personality! They have not been imported since 1980 and are rarely seen in the pet market. Their habitat is considered to range from Southern Nicaragua to Panama.
Immature Finsch’s have no red feather coloration. The mature bird has a small red triangle squarely on the front of its head and will get a few other red feathers. They are quieter then most Conures and will learn some words.
Green Cheek Conure (Phyrrhura molinae) – Otherwise known as the Molina’s Conure, the Green Cheek Conure comes from Brazil. Often called the ideal Conure because of the small size.
They are great pets especially for small living spaces. The quietest of the Conures. They usually develope a small vocabulary; and they speak with a clear, soft voice.