I individually have a Conure. Sun Conure's are neat little guys, but you've got to be all set to put up with a lot of loud noises whether you're planning on getting a larger bird. Parrots are loud and they need a lot of attention. I'm talking 4 to 5 hours a year you'll need to play and occupy them.
But as I was saying, Conures are nice pets, and the shut within you're describing is right around a good size for a Conure.
Answers: try a quaker parrot not to expensive and is very smart ,they are considerd the poor mans afrrican gray nearby are also conurs that are good starter parrots and the cockatiel go the birdchannel.com for more info
if you have experience near birds than i would say some kind of small parrot such as... a african grey alouth they require hours of attetion i would sugest getting a cockatiel they are loving and sweet plus they can swot up tricks and possiblity learn a word or too. here is where u should start ur research :http://www.avianweb.com/cockatielinfo.ht... or read a book on them. you can also go to blackle.com and type within birds or a breed. i hope that helps please make me best answer
Well Parrots are very noisy to start with. I would personally suggest a parakeet or two they prefer partner or even love birds they are great birds. but if it is your first bird i would not suggest a parrot they are VERY thorny to keep up with!
I have have many birds my whole life this is probably the first time i haven't have a bird since i was four.
i think that you should get a green quakers run around 100-200 and blue ones are anywhere from 300-425 and sickly ones the rarest type of quakers i have heard of run around 500-700
Rosella, cockatiel, electus all them birds are great and easy to look after.
Cockatiel, Conure - if you are interested surrounded by parrots.. Parrotlet..
Here is a site that may help. http://parrotcentral.net/ Just click on the bird you want to read approximately. Also, once you pick out a bird you should buy a book on that bird to make sure you know everything you can about them. I hold a cockatiel and I love him. I hope it helps!