As far as toys and other accessories go, just browse over to and then choose bird supplies. Then choose the appropriate sub category such as toys, cages, feeders, perches, and a wide range of other bird accessories. A lot of times the listings will show that they are specifically for the Quaker parrot. Other times they may just be listed as items for small birds.
Your Quaker Parrot's bird cage will become his "personal space"
If you have an Indian Ring-neck, Quaker parrot, Alexandrine, or other similar-sized large Parakeet, we recommend checking out our Large Parakeet Cages category for appropriately sized bird cages.
What is the Right Size Cage for my Parrot? - Your Parrot Cage
Bird Cages 4 Less has the best options out there for your Amazons, Eclectus, Macaws, Cockatoos, and other large parrots. All of our large bird cages are tested by independent laboratories and are certified non-toxic and bird safe. Featured in our wide selection of styles, shapes and colors are play tops, dome tops, convertible tops, square, rectangle and round large bird cages. All of our large bird cages are tested by independent laboratories and are certified non-toxic and bird safe.
These are the minimum sizes for your bird to be comfortable and happy
A good size cage is always a plus and many conure cages are ideal for the Quaker Parrot. Minimum size requirements are 18x18x18 with bars about 5/8” apart. Plenty of fresh water, fruits and veggies as well as a diet based in pellets will provide your Quaker the majority of its nutritional requirements. Seeds and nuts are generally too high in fat and are best reserved for treats and training rewards.If you've got the time, we've got the cages for Quaker Parrots. We offer a huge selection that includes a wide variety of styles, colors, sizes and prices. We are positive you will find the perfect bird cage for Quaker Parrots. Please contact Customer Service if you would like assistance.
Important: Breed suggestions for Quaker Parrot Cages are general guidelines. Please consult your avian vet or other qualified expert if you are unsure of the ideal size cage for your bird's breed and lifestyle.Carr learned first-hand that not all quaker parrots get along with other birds. Two of her quakers broke out of their cage and into other birds?cages. A cockatiel was seriously injured and a budgie didn’t survive the attack. “It goes without saying that I?e figured out ways to better secure their cages, especially in the spring when their hormone levels intensify this behavior,” Carr said.This beautiful, pastel feathered bird with its obvious moustache, hails from the Himalayas, Indonesia and China. It is one of the few parrots whose sex can be visually determined. The female has a black beak while the male has a bright orange-red beak. They are a hardy medium sized bird of about 16" and 100 to 130 mgs in adulthood. (slightly larger than a Quaker in overall length, including the tail) and they life span is 20-25 years in a good home with good food, lots of soft wood toys, foot toys and foraging toys as well as plenty of attention from their human family. They belong to the genus Ringneck; but are the nominate bird in their species for which there are eight subspecies which vary slightly in color and size. They are fun loving and affectionate pets, but; like the Quaker Parakeet, can be very opinionated. There food should consist of a high end, uncolored, plain pellet, mixed with a good small to medium sized parrot seed mixture and supplemented daily with brightly colored, nutritious fruits and vegetables. They are credited with their talking ability; and are very articulate. They have a real talent for learning and whistling tunes. They are very intelligent and learn rapidly. They need plenty of cage room and multi-level perches as they love to climb and play and forage with their toys. At the very least the Aviary should be 36" x 18" x 24" with no more than ½" to 5/8" bar spacing; per bird, so you would want to increase the width and height a bit to accommodate that long tail, if you have two. Yes, they can and do screech; but, this can be kept to a minimum by staggering the height and placement of perches and toys. Keep them busy and they will be happy and a joy to share your life with. If you have or are planning on have a Moustached Parakeet in your family, call Korey or Kim at Bird Cages Galore and they will help you choose a cage, perches and toys that will be just right for them and your home. Their cage is their home, but; your home is their home too and plenty of supervised out of cage time will make for very happy birds.