Oscar Sahagun Moreno Valley, California Wanna buy some birds just got an account serious buyer 9/22/2016 5:10:54 AM
Never done business with this guy...
Luis Valiente Anaheim, California I bought a pair of plum heads and and a pair of Scarlets parakeets. Great doing business with Eva. 8/21/2016 6:40:40 PM
Rick Brady Corona, California the Beat 7/22/2016 2:41:49 AM
Suw Melson Stanford, Kentucky Eva was wonderful for helping me the way she did and found a great pair of Rosellas for me. The birds are beautiful & very healthy! I will definitely do business with EMR again! 6/12/2016 6:01:56 PM
Martin Ocampo San Marcos, California Eva is a very knowledgeable breeder and great with communication. I recently purchased three mustache parakeets and they're perfectly healthy. Thank you Eva and I look forward to doing business with you again in the future. 5/19/2016 6:54:18 PM
Craig Fagan San Diego, California About a year ago we purchased a male. baby, Rosy Bourke from her and he sadly passed. We think he was sick. We recently got our daughter a bird for her birthday. He died too for unknown reasons. A week later, we got her a new bird. It died today. 4/8/2016 10:34:00 PM
I'm sorry to learn that your daughter lost 3 Rosey Bourkes in over a period of one year. There are many reason why birds die. Not knowing the conditions of your daughter's cages, husbandry, environment, nutrition (what she feeds) and how she cares for them, I can't speculate as to why her birds died. I do know that the Rosey Bourkes were very healthy and young when you picked them up. None have died from the siblings of the bourkes you purchased. You've visited several times my large aviary flights with a mixture of different exotic finches and rosey bourkes that are breeding successfully. I do not sell sick birds. The cages in our aviaries are cleaned weekly, all the birds get proper, healthy nutritional diet, I myself takes care of their fresh food diet (veggies, sprouted seeds and others) almost everyday. I breed a lot of different species and mutations of birds. I have more than 50 prs of bourkes of different mutations living and breeding in our aviaries, all of which are housed outdoors and are covered and protected from the weather. I sell a lot of birds including bourkes, rosey's as well as the pricier mutations and have not heard any problem from the buyers, they do update me that the birds they purchased are breeding and have babies and are happy-satisfied - repeat customers. My warranty is clearly stated on my site.
arne langeland Woodbourne, New York She is a lovely Lady to work with. I highly recommend her. 3/20/2016 4:01:32 PM
vasco silva Lemoore, California Excellent breeder.Awsome communication,knowledgeable and superb lady.Recommend her very highly. . 1/31/2016 8:37:31 PM
Anthony Niznik Norwalk, Connecticut BUYER BEWAREI purchased four rosellas from Eva Rosen and they were shipped on 03/11/15. One female Crimson Rosella arrived SICK, THIN AND COULD NOT FLY! The bird DIED FIVE DAYS LATER. The other Rosellas were healthy, but POOR QUALITY SMALL BIRDS. 1/10/2016 3:43:34 PM
I DO NOT SHIP SICK BIRDS, however travel is very stressful for some of them which are affected more than others. I advised Tony to take the rosella to an avian vet which he ignored because he did not want to spend money on vet bills. Birds get ill even with the best care we provide for them and unfortunately some do not survive. The rubino rosella I sent him was young and would have grown to its normal size as she matured. My health warranty is clearly stated on my site. "We strongly suggest to have a qualified avian veterinarian check your newly acquired bird(s) as soon as you receive them. We guarantee the birds for a period of 3 days (72 hours ONLY) from date of delivery. If the avian vet finds that the bird(s) is tested positive of pre-existing and un-treatable fatal disease, we require a written documentation with test results from him of the disease. Replacement of the bird will be made only one time -there will be no replacement of a replacement. Any newly acquired bird should be quarantined and segregated from your existing birds to insure there is no transfer of air born disease to or from either group. In the event that the bird(s) dies in the 3 days period, take it to a laboratory or an avian vet for a necropsy to determine the cause of death. You notify us in writing or e-mail with the test results that our bird is tested positive with a terminally illness/disease by a qualified independent avian vet. We require the return of the diseased birds closed leg band intact (not cut). Again, replacement of the bird will be made only one time-there will be no replacement of a replacement."
Sally Hackley Los Angeles, California Eva was absolutely phenomenal to work with! This is the best experience I have ever had with a breeder--she is exceptionally knowledgeable and was so open with sharing this knowledge and expertise. I will most certainly get my future birds from Eva! 12/24/2015 11:27:11 PM
Pete Perez Cypress, California I bought several pairs of scarlets from Eva and was very please of her knowledge and comment . I would reccomend to all bird friend. Such a sweet lady who trully love her birds & welcomes new customers to be part of her bird family. Thank You Pete 12/16/2015 11:15:36 AM