We have birds on our Ranch in nine categories: Babies
that are very young (for experience feeders only), older babies still being hand
fed (not yet weaned, but not difficult for someone who is less experienced in
feeding), weaned babies (hand feeding finished, ages 7 weeks to 14 months),
young teenagers (ages 16 weeks to 4 years, teenager age is dependent on
species), birds just coming into breeding age (1 year to 7 years old), Adults
yet to be put into pairs, birds received on a bird trade, Lifetime Retirement
birds, Disabled birds, and breeding pairs.
All above are for sale except the birds here on Retirement or
donated birds with specific instructions that only we can fill. Disabled
parrots will only go to special homes that are willing to take on the modified
cage and care requirements that may be required.
Below is a price list for our handfed baby birds for sale. Prices shown
are for a range of birds from un-weaned to weaned. Arizona Parrots in
believes that the skills of hand feeding and weaning birds can be learned by most
people. The best way to get hand feeding experience is to
start by hand feeding a baby cockatiel before attempting to hand feed a larger
We have found that it is not necessary to hand feed a bird
in order to bond with it. We can give you plenty of testimonials from
individuals who have purchased fully weaned birds from us and now have wonderful
relationships with their new pet.
Please, when you email us, explain your experience in Hand
feeding before requesting a young baby.
|Species of baby parrot
|Blue Front Amazon
|Blue & Gold Macaw
|Green Wing Macaw
Here are two examples to explain the above table: A five week old Congo
African Grey will be $750 and a six week old Sun Conure will be $220.
Six to ten weeks old is the most popular age requested for purchase from us.
Interesting note: My seven
year old daughter Crystal successfully hand fed baby parrots that she began
feeding at one week old.
Gray, Cinnamon, Pearl,
||$19 to $129
Blue&Gold, Miligold, Green Wing
||$550 to $1200|
Front, Double Yellow head
||$500 to $975|
||$400 to $750|
|African Grey Congo
||$650 to $1200|
Gofin, Lesser Sulphur
||$475 to $900
Citron, Umbrella, Rose Breasted
||$650 to $1400
Sun, Nanday, Patagonia
||$130 to $475|
The prices vary depending on the
age, personality, condition and quantity of the birds you order.
The lower prices are for quantity purchases or for very young babies.
Cockatiel quantities begin at groups of 20, lower prices for 45, lowest for 100
groups. Quantity purchases of Conures begins at 6 and quantities purchases
of African Greys begin at four.
Example: $11 for a cockatiel is for
all normal grey cockatiels that are in a group of 45 or more purchased at one time,
some of the cockatiels in that group will be higher in price because they have
Second example: Commit to buying six or more (with deposits on each one) African Greys
and they can be as low as $550 each, if you do all hand feeding.
Shipping is available to all 50
states in the USA.
Typically add about $165 for most birds to ship to most states, call for exact
quote on shipping price.
Please e-mail your inquiries
to Brus737@gmail.com or call
Arizona Parrots 1-520-298-0379 between the hours of 12 noon and 5 PM Arizona time for other questions.
Arizona Parrots, Tucson