male and female I think lol...one has started cooing so do believe it is a male and I'm 90% sure the other one is female from venting....these hatched out late July and one early Aug. ....I will not come down on the price...my Granddaughter loves them and I will give them to her before giving them away....$60. with small cage (the one they are in now) or $50 without...they do need a larger cage...I let them out in a small bedroom set up for my pets so they can fly around every other day....
I am looking for a Quaker parrot,conure, pionus or Indian. ringneck with cage preferably between 100-110 dollars the highest i will go is 200 please contact me if anyone has anything by email [email removed]
Robero and Rita have been retired and are now available for adoption.
Rita is sterile and hand shy, but Roberto is tractable and sweet tempered. They have potential to be good fosters, but have not had the opportunity yet.
They are both beautiful Tangerine Pieds, and would make a lovely display pair.
Doves mate for life, so his bonded pair must go together. The price is for both birds.
Retired Bonded pair Hershey and Freckles available for adoption in Hephzibah Ga.
Freckles is sterile, but she and Hershey have proven themselves to be excellent foster parents.
$30 for the pair
Yes, we do ship.
White ringneck dove flock. Approx. 20 birds of mixed age and sex. $200 for all obo. Would like to sell all together. They are in beautiful feather and have garnet eyes. Very vocal with cooing and "laughing".
We have three beautiful Grey Indian Ringneck Parrots that are fully weaned and ready for their new forever home.
Our babies are abundance weaned to a healthy diet of Higgins Vita seed mix in the red bag and a variety of the non-colored Zupreem cockatiel and small parrot sized pellets. They get lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, cooked pasta and brown rice, homemade birdie bread, sprouted seeds soak-and-cook mixes.
They have been lovingly handfed by both husband and wife and have grown up in a ...
Ringneck/Psittacula - Yellow Ringnecks - Small - Young - Bird
These precious, young Yellow Indian Ringnecks are skiddish but with regular handling and interaction, they will make wonderful family members.Their house needs to have 1/2" bar spacing similar to a Cockatiel's. They love shredding toys,wood hanging toys,swings, as well as bottom toys. Each is unique and has their own personality. If you have the time to spend with this bird everyday it will become your best friend. Adoption/Donation Fee: ...