Our Birds

  • Conures

    A Conure is one specific type of parrot that is commonly found in most parts of South and Central America. Wild Conures are friendly and peaceful birds that seldom fight with each other while pet Conures are also known for their sweet disposition and playfulness. However, Conures are noisy and almost all have loud voices with the exception of the small Pyrhurra Conures.

  • Amazons

    The Amazon Parrots comes originally from the New World ranging from South America to Mexico and the Caribbean. Most Amazons are predominantly green accented by vivid colors depending on the species. They feed chiefly on nuts and fruits as well as leafy matters when in the wild.

  • Cockatoos

    A Cockatoo belongs to any of several crested parrots native to Australia and Northwestern Asia and the nearby islands. Cockatoos have powerful hooked bills, thick fleshy tongues and short, strong legs which all fit the common description of a parrot. However, they are the only parrots that have crests of long feathers that they can raise or lower.

  • Caiques

    Caiques are relatively new to the pet trade but are fast making their mark in the world of aviculture. They are gaining their much-deserved popularity with their bright and festive coloring plus their playful and active personalities. They are described as friendly, outgoing and curious with a talking ability that is more than adequate and an entertaining tactic that will never fail to delight its observers. Seemingly, Caiques possess the traits that are considered desirable in a pet parrot.

  • Lorries

    Lorikeets or Lorries also belong to the parrot family. Its numerous varieties can be divided mainly as the small Australian Lorikeets and the larger Tropical Lorikeets. It is a parrot-type birds that is playful and energetic and eats nectar and fruits rather than seeds in its natural environment. Thus, a pet Lorrie would require a specialized diet of nectar mix, fruits, vegetables and seeds.

  • Macaws

    A Macaw is a parrot type that is native to the tropics of the Americas. The smallest Macaws are about the size of pigeons while the largest reach 3 feet or more in length. Macaws are typically brightly colored with large beaks and long tails. They are often referred to as winged rainbows.

  • Eclectus

    The Eclectus Parrot is the most sexually dimorphic of all the parrot species. The contrast between the brilliant emerald green plumage of the cock and the deep red/purple plumage of the hen is so marked that the two birds were, until the early 20th century, considered to be different species.