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  • Congo African Grey Parrots for sale

    The highly-sought-after African Grey parrot is an incredibly sensitive bird.

    Its natural voice is a series of whistles, clicks and rumbling growls, but it is renowned for its ability to imitate noises and speech to a high degree.

    Not all African Grey parrots, however, will be brilliant talkers, so this aspect should be a secondary consideration when choosing this species as a companion. Any desirable speech should be considered a bonus!

    Proven by scientist Dr Irene Pepperberg to have learning abilities equal to those of a toddler, African Grey Parrots should be treated with the utmost respect, for they will not forget or forgive rough handling, frights or neglect. And as with all parrots, company and stimulation should be high on the list of ‘must haves’ for these wonderful birds.

    Socialization with many understanding ‘parrot people’ at a young age will increase confidence and thus reduce dependency on a single figure later in life.

    Two well-known African Grey parrots that I bred and reared are Artha and Casper, much loved – and, as readers of Parrots Magazine will know.

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  • hand reared blue and gold macaw for sale

    hand reared blue and gold macaw for sale

    An outstandingly beautiful bird, it’s no wonder the Blue and Gold Macaw is the favorite of many. As well as a wonderful colour combination, many of these birds have a very amiable temperament to match. Gentle and loving, many will delight in rolling onto their back for a tummy rub!

    Baby Blue and Gold Macaws that we bred have been bought and trained by Colchester Zoo for their free-flight and educational displays, and also appeared on a television series about the zoo.


  • hand reared blue eyed cockatoo for sale

    hand reared blue eyed cockatoo for sale

    The unusual Blue Eyed cockatoo is a visually stunning bird, possessed with an adorable character. It goes about its business whilst quietly surveying those around it.

    As with all cockatoos, plenty of exercise and ‘enrichment’ of their living environment will go a long way towards achieving a contented bird, be it in the home or aviary. Despite being bred in the UK only occasionally, this species is enjoying a huge popularity surge at the moment, as word spreads of its attractive nature and personality.

     

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  • hand reared blue-throated macaw for sale

    hand reared blue-throated macaw for sale

    One of the rarest parrots in the wild, the elegant Blue Throated macaw is an animated beauty. Displaying to one another or to their keeper with raised throat feathers and crimson-blushed faces, they are almost robotic in their movements. Smaller and more finely-featured than the Blue and Gold, their voice is also quite different.


  • hand reared buffon macaw for sale

    Larger cousins of the Military Macaw, these unusual beauties are distinguished by their overall more massive body and beak, a yellowish tone to the green feathers, plus orange rather than burgundy tail feathers. They also have a rather more placid and gentle nature.

    Rare in the wild – and indeed in captivity too – these birds should only be considered as pets if kept in pairs and then given the opportunity to breed when mature.


  • hand reared eastern long billed corellas for sale

    hand reared eastern long billed corellas for sale

    Here we have probably the most intelligent member of the cockatoo family. On a par with the remarkable Kea when it comes to brain-power, problem-solving – such as unscrewing bottle-tops to get to a treat inside or undoing combination locks to gain access to forbidden treasures – is all in a day’s play for this fantastic comedian!

    One of the most amusing sights I remember is when I had some baby corellas who loved to play with red-coloured toy balls, seeing how wide they could open their beaks in order to grab the intriguingly-round objects. They looked most surprised when one of the balls protested vociferously – it turned out to be an indignant baby scarlet parrot whom they thought was just another red ball!

    Rolling onto their backs to ‘juggle’ an object is just another in their range of amusing antics, and whilst they do rip up soft toys, they are much less destructive than some of the other cockatoo breeds. All in all, an affectionate and amusing pet, with a quite unique look and personality.

     

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  • hand reared green winged macaw for sale

    hand reared green winged macaw for sale

    A macaw of imposing stature, the Green Winged Macaw is another bird possessed of an outstanding temperament. The Walt Disney corporation bought a beautiful baby from us which featured prominently – and amusingly – in the film ‘The 102 Dalmations’.


  • hand reared hyacinth macaw for sale

    hand reared hyacinth macaw for sale

    These glorious giants are quite captivating as they look at you with huge intelligence in the dark brown eye, quite unlike the grey-white iris of the ‘ara’ macaws. They have incredible strength in their beaks, and this needs to be a consideration when housing them. More sensitive than other macaws, they seem to display deeper emotions towards each other and can often be seen with a charmingly protective wing around a mate.

     

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  • hand reared Keas parrots for sale

    Kea parrots for sale

    A large aviary should be furnished with a selection of toys, swings, rocks and climbing opportunities. Vigourous and frequent bathers, the opportunity for a daily dip should be available. However, frequent cleaning is necessary as food, toys and rocks will all be deposited in the water…

    Constant movement of objects is their absolute delight, and anything new will be scrutinised and – where possible – destroyed!

     

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  • hand reared major mitchell’s cockatoo for sale

    tame major mitchell’s cockatoo for sale

    With two men each claiming to have discovered it, the Leadbeater is sometimes referred to as the “dumb blonde” of cockatoos! This politically-incorrect statement probably does hold some truth as it isn’t perhaps the brightest of creatures – but always creates gasps of admiration when displaying its brilliant headgear. Immensely popular as an aviary bird, it also has a dedicated following as a pet.