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    • We will not be at MAEBS. The hotel where we normally stay has changed policy (whole chain) and only allows dogs and cats–no birds or anything else. With so many state events it is impossible to find a place to stay. Yes, we will be shipping when the weather warms up. Pam Sysinger

  1. We are new the Aviary World and are looking for a male Cockatiel. I tend to be drawn to the male Pearl Chicks . Would you suggest getting two? Do you ship? Any photos oor information would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you and viewing your available cockatiels. Thank you, Charlie

    • Charlie,
      We have wf cinnamon pearls, wf cinnamon pied, wf grey pearl, cinnamon, and grey pied babies currently. Pam Sysinger

  2. I have a broody 18 month old female cockatiel I bought my son for his birthday and would like to buy a 2-3 yr male to mate so my son can have of the experience and pleasure of breeding birds.

    Do you ship to Florida and if so what birds do you have available in the next 6- 8 wk delivery. (ie the results of his FCAT testing at end of 5th year. What are prices?

  3. Hello

    I am looking for specifically a baby parrotlet male, looking for dilute blue, but would also be interested in a pied. I am also looking for a white or w/f pied cockatiel, or two if from different parents. Could you send me photos of what you have in each and your pricing? Thanks so much!

    Hayley

  4. Hi, I’m very interested in a hand tame love bird, mutation does not matter to me. Just that he/she is tame and friendly.

    • We have a special little girl, a hybrid black mask, who loves human attention. She likes to ride around on my shoulder while I work. Pam Sysinger

  5. Im very interested in purchasing a young handed cockatiel. Would you let me know if I could visit your aviary and purchase one? I’m in the south suburbs of Chicago and haven’t found what I’m looking for. Or, if that’s not feasible, could you recommend a local breeder. I’m very leary of shipping a young bird.

    Thank you for your help.

  6. I would love an English budgie, but I do not know what the different types and colors mean. ( pied, split, etc). Do males really talk more and should you buy a pair for more bonding? I have several parrots-just have not had an English budgie. What do you charge to ship? I live in Maryville, TN -had a yellow nape flown to me.

    • Peggy,
      The best way to get the information for which you are looking is to Google types of English Budgies or kinds of English Budgies. You should be able to find terminology and pictures. Shipping has been running about $125 including the carrier. Pam Sysinger

    • Renee,
      I’ll send you pics. We have cinnamon, Australian cinnamon, olive, peachface, and black mask lovebirds as well as blue, blue pied, dilute yellow, and heavily pied parrotlets. Pam Sysinger

  7. Do you have any hand raised lovebirds? If so, what colors? How much for a pair? I don’t want to breed so would you suggest two females? or males? Do you ship? Where are you located? Thank you for you time.

    • Cindy,
      I e-mailed you pics of some of our peachface varieties and black masks available. We also have 2 green peachface and one Australian cinnamon that we are still hand feeding. We are located near South Bend, IN, and we do ship. Pam Sysinger

  8. Pam
    I’m interested in purchasing a cockatiel. Is it best to get them I pairs?
    Not sure of the terminology but I want a white one with peachy cheeks and a yellow comb.
    Thanks!
    Carol

    • Carol,
      If you want a bird to bond with you it is better to only have one. If you have two they may still like you but they will often like each other more, although that is more true of a male/female pair. We have some adorable little guys just weaned/almost weaned, but none are the very, very light lutino with yellow crest and orange cheek patch like I think you are describing. Sorry. Pam Sysinger

  9. Hi, I am interested in purchasing a blue male hand fed parrotlet.I live in Northern California and am having a hard time finding someone who will respond back to me about buying a healthy parrotlet. Do you have any available now? Do you ship? Am also concerned about the stress on a bird being shipped. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. Mary

    • Mary,
      The only males we have currently are a yellow and a heavily pied. The yellow was weaned about 3 weeks ago, and the heavily pied is still being hand fed. Pam Sysinger

  10. i live in Memphis TN. is there anyway u can send pictures to look at when the babies start getting bigger. i called the number u gave me on my e mail and left a number for u to call, please call me when u can.

    • Monique,
      We are starting to get English babies. There are some people ahead of you waiting, however. I will keep your information and keep you posted. Pam Sysinger

  11. I am looking for a princess parrott baby very gentle , what do you have available and will you be attending any fairs in Missouri or coming thru here at any time?

  12. I am looking for female English budgies and, in particular, the greys, if possible. Any chance you might have one or two in the future? Please send details. Looking forward to hearing from you.

  13. Hi I’m looking for handfed english budgies do you have any violets cobalts or greens males thank you and do you ship

  14. Looking for a handfed male rock pebbler parakeet aka regent parrot to keep as a pet. Have 4 conures & 2 lovebirds and 14 years of bird keeping experience.

  15. I am wondering if you will be at the Motor City Bird Breeders Expo on October 4, 2014? If so will you have any green Princess of Wales Parakeets for sale and how much? Thank you so much, Harmony

    • Presently we are not committed to the Motor City Breeders Expo on Oct. 4. We have one blue mutation Princess of Wales male, handfed and a sweetheart. Pam

  16. Sorry for the short message. I am having a hard time getting used to my new phone :)
    I am trying to find a hand tamed bird that would make a great first bird pet. I have lots of time and would like to have a sweet bird that I can bond with but will be friendly to all. Any ideas for me or something in mind?

  17. I would highly recommend a cockatiel. They make the best first pets and are lifelong friends (usually) if handfed. Where are you located? Pam, Royal Wings Aviary (574) 273-1767

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