It is advisable to create these birds in pairs. Males, especially, can be very intolerant and attack each other up through the railing if given the chance. It is not advisable to breed these birds along with other species of parakeets. These birds get along relatively well with other species since these are not too timid or small and there is enough storage space. These parakeets, one of the most attractive species known, can be very noisy when they get scared. They can also produce a variety of sounds that are pleasing to the ear. They are very active birds who like to take baths in the hot days. If the birds are raised indoors should take showers daily using a spray bottle for plants. If they have a careful treatment, the young birds can grow to become very tame. They will occupy all areas of the nursery, spending a lot of time in the ground, where they scratch for food.
Preferably, these birds must be breed in a aviary outdoors that has at least 2 m long and at least 80 cm wide. Sometimes, we breed birds in indoor cages, but the bird must be able to stretch their wings out of the cage regularly. Animals like to chew so you should not put plants in the nursery. These birds are very resistant to winter months and require no warming as long as they have access to a night shelter that protects them from frost.
Breeding these birds is usually a task very objective as long as the couple has a good reciprocal relationship and are at least a year and a half of age at the time of the first gestation. An adequate nest box has at the bottom an area of 25 square centimeters approximately, and an approximate height of 45 cm. The male courts showing himself off. While observing this behavior, you must watch to see if the female reacts to his advances. If not, it is preferable to keep the female separated, keeping only eye contact. If you do not, there is good chance that the male begins to act aggressive towards the female which can bring serious consequences. The female lays on average five eggs, which incubate for 19 to 21 days. During the first days after the offspring are born, they are fed by the female. When they are a little older, the male also helps. The plumage arises when the offspring are two to three weeks of life, being fed and treated by their parents for a few more weeks, until they can take care of themselves. It may take a year or two depending on the species until the birds acquire their full plumage.
Can be fed with a mixture of seeds and chow for large parakeets with a supplement of small amounts of fruits and green foods. You should always have a mixture of sand.