Baby Sun conures:
Brilliantly colorful, intelligent, friendly, and loaded with personality.
he sun conure has long been popular among families fond of companion birds.
But owners should be prepared; this bird one of the loudest of all the medium-sized parrots.
They are not a good starter bird since they require a lot of consistent training, daily interaction, and constant socialization to keep them tame and well-behaved.
Baby Sun Conures Temperament
The sun conure is a playful, amusing bird that enjoys athletic tricks.
These birds are smart, interactive, and easily trained.
In general, it is a very affectionate and cuddly bird that is gentle to all members of the family as long as it’s treated well.
The bird is not without assertiveness, though; it can turn aggressive suddenly if provoked.
Like all parrots, sun conures are social birds that need a considerable amount of interaction with their human owners to be happy. They are naturally playful and affectionate when they get the attention they need, making them uniquely suited for those who want a bird for steady companionship.
Speech and Vocalization
In captivity, this bird’s loud, harsh calls may elicit return calls from angry neighbors. This bird is not suitable for apartment or condo dwellers. You can’t expect to “train away” their calls, but you can train them from early on to curb excessive screaming. They do express excitement and fear with shrill screams. Conures are not shy birds and will let you know vocally if they are bored or if their needs are neglected.