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Current Species

Green-Cheeked Conures               

Pyrrhura molinae

Native to South America, green cheeks are small birds with big personalities! They are very popular as a companion species, and are known for being rambunctious, sweet, silly, and very opinionated. They are incredibly social and, when properly socialized, can have a great relationship with the whole family. We currently specialize in mooncheeks and suncheeks, but other mutations may be periodically available as well. 

Dusky Conures                

Aratinga weddellii

Another South American species, dusky conures are absolute gems. They tend to be calm, affectionate companions who still are still quite funny and endearing with their antics, and we are thrilled to be working with the rare lutino mutation for this amazing species. Lutino duskies are a vibrant yellow color with a paler yellow face and head, and snow-white tips to their primary wing and tail feathers. We have paid special attention to our birds' lineage to ensure our babies are beautiful and healthy examples of this gorgeous mutation. However, if a flying neon lemon isn't for you, wild (green) types may also be periodically available! 

Lineolated Parakeets                    

Bolborhynchus lineola

Linnies are a species of very small parrot that is native to the forests of South America. These adorable little beans are known for having an easygoing nature, and softer vocalizations that are more like little beepy mumbles. Like all parrots, linnies can also learn to mimic certain words and sounds. Their unique physiology is also a hallmark trait, as they can often be seen running or resting in an almost perfectly horizontal position. We should have several mutations available in future, and look forward to sharing this species with you all!


Melopsittacus undulatus

Budgerigars, or 'budgies', are a species of small parrot native to Australia. Due to their long-established popularity and traditionally low price in pet stores, budgies in the US have unfortunately fallen victim to irresponsible mass breeding practices that have left them prone to illnesses and genetic issues that have significantly decreased their expected lifespan - especially when kept in less than adequate conditions and on improper diets. It is our goal to help strengthen the species through careful and intentional pairings, so that we may work towards producing babies with stronger genetics and better overall health. We love these happy, lovely little birds, and want to ensure they are set up for success in the years to come. 

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