All of our birds are avicultured (captive-bred). If our birds are being handfed, you may pay a down payment for at least half the price of the bird, in order to hold it until it is ready to go home, at which time, the bird, cage, and/or accessories must be paid in full. All of our baby birds, once weaned, must be cage trained in order to make sure they can maintain their own weight, and are healthy, before going home with you. Availability and pricing is subject to change. Images may not be of current birds. Please contact us if you have any questions.


Black-Headed Caique (Pionites Melanocephalus)

Caiques are native to the Amazon Basin in South America. Caiques are known as the clowns of the parrot world, due to their cute "dancing" and their playfulness. Come in soon to take a look at these little parrots. Wikipedia's page


Budgerigar (Melopsittacus Undulatus)

We currently have several young Budgies (commonly known as Parakeets) in many striking colors. With a little handling and love, these little birds make excellent pets and the males are one of the best talkers, according to Bird Talk magazine. Wikipedia's page


Cockatiel (Nymphicus Hollandicus)

We currently have several older Tiels that are looking for a new home. These birds are the smallest member of the Cockatoo family and are wide-spread in Australia. Cockatiels are sweet-natured, fun-loving birds that make excellent companions and are second in popularity only to Budgies. Wikipedia's page


Green-Cheeked Conure (Pyrrhura Molinae)

Green-cheeked Conures are native to central South America. They can be quite playful, and can learn to speak a little as well. We currently have Yellow-sided color morphs available. (on the left.) Wikipedia's page


We have a wide variety of finches and canaries available as well. Some of the finch species we carry include: Parrot, Star, Society, Zebra, and Fancy Zebra. Please check with us as availability may change.

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