Parrots eat seeds, pellets, fruits, vegetables, brown rice, wheat bread and peanuts. Parrots should not eat chocolate, avocado and rhubarb. Parrots are lactose intolerant, so they should not have any dairy products. More »

Parrots are omnivores; therefore, they eat both insects and plant material, such as nuts, flowers, fruit, buds and seeds. Seeds and nuts are often their favorites, and they use their strong jaws to break open shells and ... More »

Parrots can eat various berries, mangos, papayas, plums, pomegranates and apples, among other fruits. However, the seeds and pits of fruits should always be removed, because they can be toxic to parrots. In general, choo... More »

Parrots eat seeds, nuts, vegetables, grains and fruits. However, what parrots eat is also dependent on whether they are in the wild or in captivity. Wild birds largely feed on foods abundant in their habitats. More »

Wild parrots eat fruit, flowers, buds, nuts, seeds and some small insects, while domestic parrots eat seed or pellet mixes, fresh vegetables, fruits and animal-based protein. Seed and pellet mixes made specifically for d... More »

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Baby lovebirds eat seeds, vegetables, fruit and bird pellets. If the baby lovebirds are not weaned, they must be hand-fed with liquid formula that consists of infant formula, papaya and lactobacillus until they reach 7 w... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Birds Parrots

Parrots are omnivores; therefore, they eat both insects and plant material, such as nuts, flowers, fruit, buds and seeds. Seeds and nuts are often their favorites, and they use their strong jaws to break open shells and ... More »