Pet MacawKeeping birds as exotic pets is quite different to keeping a mammal, a reptile or an amphibian. Many are quite demanding and take up a lot of room, while some are noisy enough to make them unsuitable for flats or apartments. Of course, there are always exceptions, so you’ll always be find an exotic bird that suits you perfectly.

Some of the most popular pet birds are lovebirds, macaws, cockatoos, finches and parrots. They can all make wonderful pets, but some of them will require a huge investment of time and effort, not to mention a long term commitment – African Grey Parrots can live for 70 years!. Few bird owners would deny that they can be challenging and sometimes hard work, but even fewer would consider keeping birds to be a bad decision or a waste of time.

Pet Budgerigars FeedingIf you’ve done your research and spent a while thinking about it, and you still want to have a pet bird, then go ahead and buy one. The experience will be incredibly rewarding, and one day you might even be able to have a conversation with your new pet parrot!

Here at Exotic Pets Resources, we aim to provide everything you need to know when it comes to caring for your exotic pets, including detailed care sheets along with recommended products and supplies to keep your birds happy.

Pet LorikeetsTo explore the different species covered on this site, either use the drop-down menu at the top of the page or take a look at the complete list of exotic birds we’ve covered so far below:
African Grey Parrot
Hyacinth Macaw
Zebra Finch

The site is constantly expanding and new species are added every day, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for, it’s worth checking back sometime soon!