They can, and many like it, but it should be a good chunky multi-grain bread. Giving them plain white bread is bad idea.
Bread has no real nutritional value for birds. It does them no good. If they fill up on bread and feel full, they will not want other things that are good for them such as grains and seeds and insects.
Bread is the most low-quality bird food. Bread should not be introduced into the diet of birds because of the possibility of an overdose of carbohydrates, which in birds can lead to illness and premature death.
Most birds do not have the enzyme necessary for the breakdown of these carbohydrates, so the bird cannot digest them in digestion to glucose.
A regular diet with white bread can cause a physical deformity known as “angel wing”, which results in the the bird becoming flightless…
Bread in general, fed as a treat every 2 – 3 months is okay, but it is not nutritionally sound enough to be a large part of the parrot’s diet.
Nymphs eat a ready-made mix of seeds, adapted for nymphs, fresh fruits and vegetables. All fruits and vegetables must be fresh, unspoiled, washed and dried. From fruits and vegetables you can offer nymphs: apples, pears, bananas, white grapes, watermelon, kiwi, green peppers, chicory, lettuce, carrots, broccoli, kale and sometimes peanuts in a shell, sunflower seeds.
If the nymph does not eat fresh food within 3 – 4 hours, be sure to remove it because it is susceptible to spoilage after this time.
A nymph can eat egg yolk from hard boiled egg. They will gladly accept some food immediately, and some only after persistent offering. A varied and rich diet is very important for the health and quality of life of these birds. Each new food requires a gradual and individual intake, so that in the event of diarrhea you can know which food caused it.
Cabbage and kale should be avoided as some birds do not tolerate it. Nymphs should by no means eat unhealthy foods such as chips, figs, cured meats, etc., and care should be taken that the food in question is by no means hot, salty, uncooked, and fruits and vegetables should not to be unwashed.
In addition, you can occasionally include ready-made herbs and vegetables (” Salad mix ”) in their food, which contains a variety of vegetables, nettle, dandelion, cornflower and pot marigold, or calendula. These plants are good because it is a rich source of vitamins.
Offer them minerals in the form of mineral sand. Put twigs and cuttlefish bone in their cage to wear their beaks. The optimal amount of ready-to-eat cereal on a daily basis would be two tablespoons, with the occasional addition of fresh foods.