I have never tried frozen. Go with fresh. My 2 like chopped zuchinni, carrot & broccoli mixed together. Sometimes I add some diced boiled egg white to the mix.Tonight, I also put in a dish of thawed frozen vegetables but he showed absolutely no interest in it.
I'm a new parrotlet owner, but I've read that 65 degrees (F) is the low end of the recommended temperature scale for these little cuties. I have not purchased/made a cover for my parrotlet's cage yet -- how many of you cover your cage at night? Year-round, or just in the winter? I sew and am considering making my own cover -- any recommendations for fabrics?MY question that is about to come up for me and Miss Bitsey Jo is how to keep her warm at night this winter. I cover her cage with a lot of covers, do you think they get real cold, we live with the heat low in the winter for us and I always fret about her. I maybe putting too much, do you all let them aclimate?
He is a constant motion machine...never still a minute...I think his food is used up before it hits his belly!!I wonder what all that good food is doing to his middle .
If you have weighed him, post the results in the bird weight thread I just started.
PS. try making sprouts - ours love them!