Eclectus are only a little cuddly, but they are great companions and love to sit on a perch near you or on your hand. They are not great talkers, but they can learn a few words and phrases and even whole songs. What they love is imitating sounds–like a telephone, alarm, or microwave.
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The Eclectus have no set breeding season. They become sexually mature around the age of two or three years, but this does vary between birds. Female eclectus usually mature a little earlier than males and, in turn, can also become dominant towards their partner
The female lays two eggs and incubates them without the help of the male. The eggs hatch after 26 days, and the young fledge (grow feathers) and learn to fly at 12 weeks.