28 thoughts on “Common Species of Companion Parrots

    • Linda,
      I hope you stopped at our bird fair today. Yes, there were conures there, as well as many other species of birds.

  1. How is the baby cockatiel doing? Do you carry any parrotlets? if so, what color mutations do you have available?

  2. I was on your waiting list for a hand fed male scarlet
    chested parakeet. Was wondering if you have any good news yet. I see you have some hand fed rosey bourkes but no contact number to see what is available. Thank you Candace Gorelick

  3. Hi! I’m interested in purchasing my first pet bird, can you offer me advive for good first pet birds? I tend to have a decent amount of free time and it would cute to have him say a word here and there but not necessary. I love the bonding aspect of birds and interaction. Please contact me with help!:)

    • Emoni,
      I would recommend a cockatiel for a first pet bird. They are loving and gentle. Males tend to talk more than females. Pam Sysinger

    • Vicki,
      Yes, I should have babies available then. I believe I talked to you on the phone. You are welcome to call me anytime at (574) 273-1767. Pam Sysinger

  4. Hello

    I am looking for 2 paroletts, BUT not to breed. I would prefer 1 green and 1 mixed colour, what would the cost be? I am outside of Chicago, depending on the price we could meet at a fair or I could come down to you shop.

    • Rubana,
      I just sold the little blue male parrotlet I am handfeeding. I would be glad to let you know when more babies hatch. Pam Sysinger

    • Are you looking for an Indian Ringneck or a cockatiel? They are totally different birds. I have handfed cockatiels and am waiting for my pied Indian Ringnecks to hatch babies. Pam Sysinger (574) 273-1767

  5. I wish to purchase a very young, (4 mos.) hand raised, male English Budgie. If you have such a baby, could he be shipped to Abingdon, Maryland?

    • Bonnie,
      Please give me a call at (574) 273-1767 to talk more about adopting an English Budgie. Yes, I do ship to Maryland. Pam Sysinger

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