This page was last updated: October 31, 2017
Parent Raised Birds.
The birds that your going to look at on this page are birds that were parent raised.
They could be single birds or could even be birds in pairs.
These are birds that has not been handled at all and if handled could stand a chance of getting bit. If your wanting a bird you can handle easily then you need to go to the Birds for sale page to look at the hand raised birds.
Scarlet Chested Parakeets
Scarlet Chested Parakeet
This is a mature and bonded pair.
The female decided to take a bath in her bird bath before her picture.
Sale $300 pair
Scarlet Chested Parakeets
Origin: The Scarlet Chested Parakeet is a type of grass parakeet that's native to Southern and Western Australia.
Size: Small birds, normally measuring around 8 inches in length from head to tail.
At maturity, they generally weigh less than 2.5 ounces.
Average Lifespan: In general, a well cared for Scarlet can live between 10-15 years in captivity.
Temperament: It is certainly possible to tame a scarlet chested parakeet, for many years they were considered by most to be an "ornamental" bird, basically meaning that they should be seen and not touched. This has been proven to be an untrue stigma surrounding these birds, as many scarlet's have become tame and loving pets over the years.
Type of Bird: Scarlet Chested Parakeets are one of the more quiet hookbills, preferring to softly chatter among themselves rather than resorting to screams and loud contact call. Couple this trait with their small size, and they could be an ideal pet for those living in apartments.
Colors: Scarlet Chested Parakeets exhibit a brilliant rainbow of colors in their plumage. They are a sexually dimorphic species, so males and females are colored differently. Mature male scarlet's have a dark blue faces, red chests, and bright green on their backs and the tops of their heads. They have yellow bellies and sky blue feathers on the undersides of their wings. Mature females also have blue faces, green wings and backs, and green chests. Like the males, they also have yellow feathers on their bellies. They just don't have the bright red chest like the males do.
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Scarlet Chested parakeet ~ Female
D.O.B. 2016
Sale $115
Scarlet Chested Parakeet ~ Female
D.O.B. 2015
Sale $115
Bourke Parakeet
Bourke Parakeets
Originate in Australia
Size: 7-8 inches from tip of beak to tip of tail.
Weight: Less than 2 ounces when full grown.
Average lifespan: up to 15 years
Temperament: Very intelligent sweet birds, gentle, and good natured species. Along with being a very mellow and quiet bird.
I'm sad to say that I will no longer raise any more Bourkes. What you see on this page is the last of them. I need to cut back on some of my birds to make this job a little easier on me. I've also decided to no longer raise parrotlets and will post them as soon as I can.
Green Parakeet
D.O.B. June 2017
This little boy was hand raised but he needed more training than what I could give him. He's very energetic and very nippy. I'm not sure he would make a good bird to handle but with more one on one time with him it's possible he could make a turn for the better. I just couldn't guarantee how he would turn out.
Sale $15
Light Blue
D.O.B. 2017
This bird was parent raised and not handled at all. Pretty cool markings.
This is a female.
Sale $15
Darker Green
D.O.B. Dec. 2016
This female parakeet has some cool looking markings. The bird was parent raised and has not been handled.
Sale $14
Yellow & Green
D.O.B. Jan 2017
Beautiful markings on this female. She was parent raised and has not been handled.
Sale $15
Cinnamon Green
D.O.B. Dec. 2017
This female was parent raised and was not handled.
She has some beautiful markings. I really like this color.
Sale $14
Young Green
D.O.B. June 27, 2017
This female was hand raised but she's always been a little nippy so I'm not going to sell her as hand tame because of it.
Sale $14
D.O.B. June 28, 2017
This bird was hand raised but didn't make the cut to being the sweetest bird. Very energetic and nippy.
Sale $15
Bourke Bonded Pair
D.O.B.  June 3 & 5 2015
This is the last pair of bourkes that I own. Beautiful birds. This is the normal color. They have a lot of different colors like: blue, pink white and brown to black. Quiet pair with very little singing. These would be something that you could put in a large cage and just watch them fly around in it. I have fully enjoyed having these birds and maybe one day I might raise them again.
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Band # 09
D.O.B. July 5, 2017
This bird was hand raised but started to get nippy. He also has a spot on both wing shoulders that the feathers still haven't came in all the way yet. Not sure how much longer it would take for all his feathers to come  in.