How to Know if Lories and Lorikeets Are Right for You

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Create a budget.,
Figure out your initial costs.,
Estimate recurring costs.

Jot down the total amount of income your household generates each month. Then, deduct your current expenses and amount of money you save or invest. The difference is the amount of money you’ll be able to dedicate to your lory or lorikeet., Expect to pay at least $200-$300 for the adoption fee for each bird.Add the cost for their cage (at least $200) and UV lamp. Consider buying a mister for daily showers. You’ll also need to buy one bowl for water, one for nectar, and one for fresh fruits and veggies. On average, expect your initial costs to run between $300 and $1,800., Figure out your monthly costs like food and toys. Add the fees you’ll have to pay an avian veterinarian for regular checkups and emergency visits. Finally, don’t forget the cost of supplies for daily cleanings.

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