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Hand fed babies lovingly raised to be lifetime companions. Most babies are harness trained. Fully fledged babies in our walk-in fledging aviaries. Written health guarantee, including 1 year against congenital defects, & care booklet. Deposits are non-refundable but can be applied to another bird or items. A 50% deposit will hold your baby until weaned.

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Carol Stanley


Northern CA, CA 95688

African Grey Congo Parrot, African Grey Timneh Parrot, Blue Front Amazon, Double Yellow Head Amazon, Lilac Crown Amazon, Orange Wing Amazon, Red Lored Amazon, Spectacle Amazon, Yellow Naped Amazon, Black Headed Caique, Bare Eye Cockatoo, Slender Billed Corella Cockatoo, Major Mitchell Cockatoo, Rose Breasted Cockatoo, Umbrella Cockatoo, Golden Conure, Green Cheek Conure, Grand Eclectus, Red Sided Eclectus, Solomon Island Eclectus, Vosmaeri Eclectus, Green Nape Lories, Swainsons Lories, Blue and Gold Macaw, Green Wing Macaw, Hyacinth Macaw, Red Front Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Blue Headed Pionus, Toucan, Greater Vasa, Hybrid Macaw, Aruensis Island Eclectus

Fledging babies prefer human perches! Getting to watch a first flight and having your babies fly to you or a family member is truly is an uplifting experience we try to do daily at Feathered Nest.
Soaring like an eagle, this African grey is perfecting his hovering technique in the Feathered Nest nursery.
Blue & Gold Oliver enjoys some spaghetti at the family dinner table at Feathered Nest.
Beautiful, intelligent, playful, perfect. What else can you say about a hyacinth macaw that sings and dances?
Eclectus get your attention with their beautiful coloring and great personality and two sisters are twice as beautiful.
These boys are still young and their beaks will lighten as they get older. The boy on the left is a Red Sided and the boy on the right, a Solomon Island Eclectus at Feathered Nest.
This yellow mutation Pacific Parrotlet is a beautiful smaller version of its South American cousin, the amazon. Parrotlets come in a large variety of colors and new mutations are appearing frequently.
Feathered Nest's nursery allows several species to grow up together - playing, eating and flying to their hearts content.