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Emerald Forest Bird Gardens

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Emerald Forest Bird Gardens (EFBG), founded in 1990 by Jerry Jennings, is situated on 40-acres of land in the backcountry of Fallbrook, California. Along with the beautiful set-up of EFBG's property, Emerald Forest Bird Gardens has a well-trained staff of knowledgeable and friendly people dedicated to providing the best care for the birds. They are eager to share their knowledge and enthusiasm for the birds and for this unique facility with tours for guests and those interested in purchasing a bird...

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Jerry Jennings


Fallbrook, CA 92028


  • Bare Eye Cockatoo
  • Citron Crested Cockatoo
  • Ducorp Cockatoo
  • Slender Billed Corella Cockatoo
  • Eleanora Cockatoo
  • Goffin Cockatoo
  • Lesser Sulpher Crested Cockatoo
  • Moluccan Cockatoo
  • Umbrella Cockatoo


  • Blue and Gold Macaw
  • Hyacinth Macaw
  • Military Macaw
  • Scarlet Macaw

Toucans and Touracos

  • Toucan
Chestnut Eareds are attractive aviary birds and make wonderful pets. They are among the two or three most intelligent of the small toucans, very docile, imprint quickly when handfed as babies and are easy to teach tricks and to potty train. They enjoy the company of people, like to be scratched on the head and neck and will sit and purr contentedly in your lap for hours. Their care is the same as for all other toucans. They come highly recommended.
Curl Crested Aracaris, at an average weight of 210 grams, are tied with Black Neck Aracaris for the number two position in size after the Chestnut Eared Aracari. Curl Cresteds are exquisitely beautiful and peaceful additions to the mixed species aviary and their friendly disposition makes them fantastic pets. As handfed babies, they readily imprint on their human companions and quickly bond. They are curious, inquisitive and playful and a delight both in appearance and personality. They are easily trained to potty in the appropriate place as well as do a number of unique bird tricks.
The Saffron toucanet is another rarity in captivity, where its numbers have declined over the years, in spite of a number of breeding successes.
The Channel Bill has been kept and bred by a number of zoos and private aviculturists. It is not quite as common today as it was five years ago and breeding efforts have not been conducted with the same degree of effort as with other species. It is a very intelligent species and easily maintained. It has the same pet qualities as the others.