3 x Pallid Turquoise Blue Indian Ringneck youngsters for sale.
Hatched September last year (approx 7 months old), unsexed.
Parents are a Pallid Turqouise Blue and a Pallid Blue.
Raised on diet of seed, fresh fruit and vegetables daily.
Aviary bred (not tame) but will come sit on the wire to people they know.
Located in Curlewis, near Geelong.
PH: Shane - 045005****
Current photos to come.
Picture #1 - Pallid Turquoise Blue
Picture #2 - Father - Pallid Turquoise ...
I have a selection of quality Gouldian mutations available, including:
Blue split Australian Yellow $400 each
Australian Yellow split Blue $300 each
Split Blue split Australian Yellow in various head colours $200 each
(These pairings produce a percentage of the Australian Strawback Blue in the picture)
Also a European Yellow back split Blue cockbird $150
And some possible split blues which I sell at normal price - from $30 each
All my birds are parent raised and bred in outdoor ...
I have different species of bird for sale. All have been ringed (colour depends on species- not breeder rings) (an birds of the same species may be related- depending) I would prefer to be called beacuse I don't check my email regulary, and might not see if you have repied to me.
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Bank of 10 aviaries. Dimensions are about 10m x 4m. Has walkway at the front. Metal back and sides. Wire roof. Buyer to dismantle and take away. Comes with revolving doors on the front. To view visit Mike at 29 Dunlop Rd Hoppers Crossing on Saturday morning. Light blue building called Aquatrade. The aviary will be ready to take away in approx 4-6 weeks. I will hold the aviary on payment in full!
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By doing this it ensures that the birds remain tame but are not imprinted on humans and so therefore are less likely to suffer behavioural ...