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We are a private network of close breeders and parrot vendors of all species from across the US & Europe. This network has put in place strict ethics to guaraptee appropriate care and handling of all breeding parrots. This affords us access to species of premium healthy and happy parrots.

Call us at +1 (213) 290-1286
Stores Address 1901 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90057, United States


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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Ship Birds?

We ship all our birds via a pet airlines or cargo service so that they are properly taken care of. They are shipped in either wooden carriers or plastic pet kennels. They ride in a special climate controlled and pressurized compartment on the plane. They are not shipped in the same compartment as the passenger luggage. We use the airlines because it is the fastest way to transport the birds worldwide. Although traveling is not that hard on them, we do not like to make them spend any more time than absolutely necessary in transit. For this reason we also look for the shortest route and always schedule direct flights if possible.

Is shipping Hard on the birds?

It has been our experience that shipping is not hard on the birds. Our parrots are exposed to a wide variety of things while being raised in our nursery and home. As far as they are concerned, it is perfectly normal for them to get on an airplane on the 60-100th day of their life and go for a trip.
About the only sign of any stress is sometimes on the post ship veterinarian exam, there is a slightly elevated growth of gram negative bacteria but this is a fairly normal reaction to being shipped. When they get to their new homes, sometimes it takes them a day or two to settle in. Most of our customers tell us that their new pet bird steps out of the shipping container and acts right at home. Some even fall asleep in their new owners arms on the way home from the airport.

Don't the birds get hungry or thirsty?

We put lots of seeds and plenty of fruits and vegetables that is being shipped along with the birds. The fruits and vegetables provide all the moisture the bird needs during transit. We also only ship babies that are old enough to survive the trip. We supply enough food and water for the unlikely event, ie if that they get delayed at an airport overnight (because of connecting flight trouble). We do not want to worry about them not having enough to eat or drink.

Has a bird ever died during shipment?

No. The worst that has happened is one time the bird missed a connecting flight, but the airline was able to get the bird on the next scheduled flight, and the bird arrived safely and in good health with only a three hour delay.

How much does it cost to ship a bird?

 The shipping cost is what the airlines charge. Other costs include a pet carrier $25-$65. In addition a Vet Health Certificate may be required by some airlines ($35). Approximately, shipping will cost $150 and at most $250. Most at times we pay for all these cost ourselves.

How long would delivery take?

This will depend on your location, but within the United States it would take maximum 3-5 days. International shipments vary.