Moluccan eclectus parrots are one of the more popular birds kept in captivity, either parented or hand-reared. Unlike many other species of parrots, they are relatively easy to breed yet difficult to hand-feed.

Moluccan eclectus are generally calm birds in captivity, displaying a pensive affect when faced with novel items or situations, which may give rise to the mistaken impression that the species is ‘dull-witted’. The eclectus may also exhibit more neophobia than other species of companion birds. Eclectus parrots are prone to feather destruction (picking, pulling, cutting, and/or barbing) in captivity.

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