Current Price List


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Due to the rising cost of all items associated with raising our birds, there will be a price increase beginning April 1, 2021. Included with your purchase will be free Shipping for our valued customers, an AITA approved shipping crate, which can be used as a travel crate to the vet, or any car rides you may do. All birds will be shipped with approximately one-week supply of Pretty Bird pellets. Alternatively, you may choose your preferred pellets for weaning. Hatch certificate and sexing certificate if applicable.

All birds have been trained to step up. All birds are raised by myself as well as my husband Tim. This is to ensure that all our babies will be accepting of a man or woman in their new home.

A deposit of $50.00 will be required to be put on the waiting list for any of our babies. Once chicks are in the nursery, we will require half of the total cost. The remaining half will be required prior to shipping.

New prices beginning April 1, 2021

Grey-headed/Brown-necked Parrot
(once classified as the Cape Parrot)
$ 5,500.00
African Grey
(commonly called the Congo Grey or CAG, Red-tailed Parrot)
$ 6,300.00
Timneh African Grey
(commonly referred to as the Timneh or Maroon-tailed Grey)
$ 5,800.00
Greater Jardine's Parrots $ 1,900.00
Lesser Jardine's Parrots $ 1,700.00
All small Poicephalus:
Senegal, Meyer's, Red-bellied, and Brown-headed
$ 1,100.00

All my chicks are left with the parents for a minimum of three weeks and some as long as eight weeks, depending on the parents and/or the weather.

Chicks are syringe fed throughout the hand-feeding process. Once they start picking at their bedding, soft foods (fruits, veggies, beans/rice mash) are offered, as well as softened pellets and birdie cornbread.

The chicks are weaned to a variety of pellets but can be weaned to the pellet of your choice. Babies are taught independent play, so they will be able to amuse themselves during your absence or while caged.

Since the early 1980s, all my chicks have been allowed to fly and fully wean before doing a gradual feather trim. I then keep the chicks approximately another two weeks to make sure they acclimate to the wing feather trim.

The bird below is Tim's Cape. (Sorry, he's not for sale.)

Tim's male 
Cape parrotTim's male Cape 
parrotTim's male Cape parrot