Parrot Nutrition

Providing the proper diet for your parrot is absolutely essential. A well balanced diet provides for a happy healthy bird. Tell tale signs that your parrot isn't receiving the proper nutrition will almost always result in temperamental behavior.

Fresh Fruit Preferably Thoroughly Washed Organic & Vegetables Are Key To A Healthy Balanced Diet

Safe Fruits:

Note: Birds love apples and oranges but you must remove all seeds before letting your birds eat the fresh fruits.
  • Apple
    Apricot
    Banana
    Blackberry
    Blackcurrant
    Blood orange
    Blueberry
    Cantaloupe melon
    Cherry
    Cranberry
    Dried dates
    Figs (fresh)
    Gooseberries
    Grape
    Guava
    Honeydew melon
    Kiwifruit
    Lychee (Litchi)
    Mandarin
    Mango
    Melon
    Nectarine
    Orange
    Papaya
    Peach
    Pear
    Pineapple
    Plum
    Pomegranate
    Quince
    Raspberry
    Red Currants
    Strawberry
    Tangerine
    Yellow Plum

Safe Vegetables:



  • Artichoke
    Beans, cooked only
    Bell Peppers
    Broccoli
    Brussels sprouts
    Carrot
    Cauliflower
    Celery stalks
    Chinese Cabbage
    Corn (milky & soft)
    Cucumber
    Eggplant (fruit only)
    Endive
    Fennel
    Green Beans
    Hot Peppers
    Kale
    Lettuce
    Peas
    Potato (cooked)
    Pumpkin (and seeds)
    Radish Red Beet (fresh)
    Radicchio
    Romain Lettuce
    Spinach
    Sprouts
    Squash
    Sweet Potato
    Turnips
    Watercress
    Yams
    Zucchini