Birds Species We Raise

 Species We Raise, C aiques , African Greys, Amazons, Cockatoos, Conures, Macaws

Macaws  for sale 

 Macaws are stocky birds with a large head, a thick, strong beak and a long tail relative to their body size. The Macaw species are sometimes divided into two groups, the “Large Macaws” and the “Mini Macaws. They are considered the largest birds among the Parrots, in length and wingspan. The birds flaunt a unique blend of beauty, intelligence, inquisitiveness and other engaging traits that is almost legendary.


Conures For sale 

Spunky, comical and fun-loving! These characteristics all describe one species of bird. You guessed it! Conures. Because of their loving personalities, these bold and beautiful birds are popular pet companions. A diverse group, conures come in a wide range of eye-catching colors, and they usually have colorful personalities to match!
Conures are the life of the party! The typical conure is social, inquisitive, bold and vocal. And they love to have fun! They are active, playful and outgoing, and they love to cuddle. These snuggly babies are all about spending quality time with their families, and they are notorious for wanting to be where the action is. You may just find your conure dancing back and forth, mimicking your movements or climbing in your shirt

Cockatoos For sale 
A cockatoo is a parrot that is any of the 21 species belonging to the bird family Cacatuidae, the only family in the superfamily Cacatuoidea. Along with the Psittacoidea (true parrots) and the Strigopoidea (large New Zealand parrots), they make up the order Psittaciformes (parrots). The family has a mainly Australasian distribution, ranging from the Philippines and the eastern Indonesian islands of Wallacea to New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Australia.

Cockatoos are recognizable by the showy crests and curved bills. Their plumage is generally less colorful than that of other parrots, being mainly white, grey or black and often with colored features in the crest, cheeks or tail.

Caiques For sale 

Caiques (pronounced kie-eeks) are fearless, joyful, playful, entertaining, and charming. They love to roll around, tumble, play on their backs, and hop like bunny rabbits!

There are two sub-species of Caique – the Black-Headed Caique and the White-Bellied Caique. Both species originate in South America. The Black-Headed Caique is slightly smaller at an approximate size of 9 inches.

Immature White-Bellied Caiques may possess a varied amount of black feathering on their heads. Additionally, they may have grayish/blackish blotching on their beaks and feet. This is commonly seen with immature White-Bellied Caiques. By the time they reach maturity at approximately 3 years of age, the black feathers are usually replaced by bright orange feathers and lighter beaks and feet. Some expert aviculturists say that the White-Bellies who have heavy black feathering as babies have had darker orange feathering on their heads as adults.

Amazons For sale 

Amazon parrots are very intelligent, highly social, and thrive in a family atmosphere. They tend to enjoy being the center of attention and the life of any party. They have the capacity to learn a large vocabulary of words and even sentences. In fact, many Amazon parrots are noted for their singing ability! Generally speaking, the best talkers are Yellow Napes, Double Yellow Heads, and Blue Fronts. They are easy to train and can even learn to perform tricks.

Given the appropriate nutritional requirements in a nurturing environment, Amazons can have a lifespan of 40-50 years. Amazons are prone to obesity if they do not get exercise. Cages should be large enough to give your Amazon adequate room for play and exercise.

African Greys For sale 

One of the most sensitive and intelligent within the parrot species, the Congo African Grey is highly sought after by enthusiasts for its ability to learn to talk and mimic a wide variety of sounds. They are known for their talking ability and can even learn to speak in context. Keep in mind that there is never any guarantee that a Grey will learn to mimic human speech. However, many Greys usually begin talking once they reach one year old.