To keep Breeders trim and in good shape our minimum cage flight is 4' long, 8' wide, and 6' tall with
flights up to 16' long, 8'wide and 9' tall!
Rose-breasted Cockatoos lay usually 3 eggs but can lay up to 6 eggs and can breed up to 40 years. One pair
can produce up to 120 eggs in a life time. They have a short breeding season. Here in Southern California it is from January
through Arpil. The typical breeding age in the wild is 3, however, we often have them produce fertile eggs at age 2. If you are interested
in breeding we have unrelated chicks to make up pairs.
Rose-breasted Cockatoos fledge at 8 weeks in the wild. Hand-fed babies ween at 9 to 12 weeks.