Specializing in Quality Hand-Fed Baby Pacific
photo by my customer: Doreen Coxon
Parrotlets are becoming one of the most popular
companion birds. Due to the small size of the Parrotlet
- 4 to
5 inches in length, beautiful feathers, long life span of 18
funny behavior, low maintenance,
ability to speak and
inability to make load noises are all factors
which make them the perfect bird pet. Because that they are true
Parrots, and related cousins
to the large Amazon Parrot, Parrotlets are also smart,
fearless, curious, acrobatic, and capable of developing
a loving bond with their owners. Check out our
page for care, diet and species information.
Parrotlet Breeding Ethics and Standards are #1 !
are devoted to raising the healthiest, happiest, strongest
Parrotlets. We take great care with regard to diet, housing, cleanliness, record keeping and genetic diversity
of colors. All of our Parrotlets are banded with identification
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Parrotlets are amazing, intelligent, adaptable, energetic and are capable of speaking just like Parrots. And because they can not scream, Parrotlets can easily be kept in a small apartment without fear of complaints. Overall, they are one of the quietest hook bills you can keep.
ship Parrotlets year around. Learn more about our
Breeding Ethics and
Standards are #1 !
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the International Parrotlet
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Parrotlets - Handfed Babies
We breed quality
Parrotlets not quantity.
Our Breeding Ethics and Standards are #1 !
Our baby Parrotlets - For sale
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Babies coming spring 2014 -
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Shows - Bird Fairs - Flea Markets
CAUTION - Fall & Winter Months
|Please take caution when
buying a bird from a show, bird fair or flea
market during the fall and winter months. Extreme
temperature changes from a breeders home, to the
car, into the hotel and then to the bird show are
dangerous. Birds have an excellent way of hiding
sickness. A sick or ill bird is normally left
behind or picked on by the flock. For this reason
a sick bird will hide its illness for as long as
it can. By the time you notice the bird is sick in
most cases it is to late. Also most bird viruses
spread quickly and easily. Many excellent breeders
have told me stories about taking their birds to
the shows and having a bird pick up an airborne
virus only to bring it home and infect their whole
aviary. Also be careful when buying older or
breeding stock from such places, many breeders
will use the shows to sell off their older and non
Make sure to buy from a breeder who is
established and practices good breeding ethics.
Get their full contact information incase you have
follow up questions.
My Experience & Advice:
In the past years I have purchased a few birds
from different bird shows not Bird Fairs or
Flea Markets, there is a difference. I was in the
market for high end show quality bloodlines when I
started my aviary. A respectable bird show will
have such birds. Breeders who are entering their
birds to be judged are normally high ethic
breeders with great bloodlines. It is always best
to buy babies that have never been bred. This
assures you are not buying someones non-producing
birds. Shows with spring or summer dates are the
best to attend. Temperatures are good and you have
less chance of getting an ill bird due to cold
air and travel. For show quality bloodlines you
will pay more, however it is worth the extra money
for breeders or for just pets. Show quality
parents are fed high quality foods, their lifespan
is generally longer and breeders who show their
birds generally follow good breeding ethics. After
all you are purchasing a bird that will be a
member of your family for 15 to 30 years. For a
little extra money it could mean the difference of
a bird that lives 5 years compared to 25 years.
After the purchase it becomes your responsibility
to take care of the baby and raise it only on the
highest quality seed and pellet foods. Fresh
veggies and fruits are also important. Just
because you purchase a baby from long lifespan
genetics does not mean it will live a long life.
Lifespan is determined on the care you give your
bird after you purchase it. Do your research on
the internet to find out exactly what your breed
of bird requires. Find a veterinarian that
specializes in birds. Get yearly checkups.
Remember - feeding your bird just seed is not
enough. It will not live a long and healthy life
on seed alone. So in the end -yes- I have had good
experiences with buying babies from shows when I
first started my aviary, but I do not recommend
buying from outdoor bird fairs or flea markets.
| Also take
caution of summer temperatures and heat. Birds are
tropical animals so they can handle the normal
outside summer temperatures of 90 to 100 degrees,
however birds left in closed cars or locked up in
trailers can die from heat exposure quickly. If
you purchase a bird in the summer from a show or
flea market never take it to the car and leave it
alone. Wait until you are ready to leave the show
and then go back and pick up your baby from the
breeder that you purchased it from.
Ethics and Standards are #1 !
Why get your babies from LuckFeathers.com ?
We have over 25 years experience,
Our breeders are hand selected top quality picked from show stock,
We never inbreed or family breed any of our birds,
Parents are fed top quality vita feed mix with high calcium vitamins,
Our process provides a very long life for each of our birds by average.
It really does matter who you get your new baby from. Always buy from a top
breeder who belongs to national breeder clubs that follow high ethics and
standards. It can make the difference between a bird that lives 3 to 5 years
or a bird that can live 18 to 30 years.
African Grey Babies Coming Soon!
English Budgies / Purebred from show stock
Parrotlets and many others
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Known as the Tea-Cup Parrot or the Pocket
Parrot. These little guys are adorable and make great
pets. For people who want a bird with a large parrot
personality without the large parrot, look no further
than the diminutive Parrotlet. These wonderful birds
have all the personality of the large parrots.
Proud Members of
the International Parrotlet
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