D & D Aviaries

We are a small home based aviary located in Waterloo Ontario. We specialize in the breeding of green cheek conures (including the turquoise mutation), green quakers, rosy bourkes and cockatiels.
 
All birds are parent raised for the first 2 to 3 weeks of their life when we take them from the nest box and hand feed until they are fully weaned. We do not force wean our babies here, but let them wean when they are ready.  No bird is sold until it is fully weaned and eating well on its own.   We are a proud member of the Avicultural Advancement Council of Canada, leg band code DDA.

All birds are weaned onto Hagen pellets, seeds, fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. Birds are also offered treats such as sticks of millet.
 
 
Babies Available
 
 
 We currently have 5 adorable baby green cheek conures that are now ready for their forever homes.  They are $125 each.
 
  If you would like to purchase one of these adorable green cheek babies please call or e-mail me.  You can also e-mail me your name and phone number if you would like to be added to a waiting list for any of the birds that we raise here.  We can be reached by e-mail at ddaviaries@rogers.com or call Denise at (519) 635-5078 between 5:00pm and 8:00pm weeknights or anytime on the weekend. 
 
Green Cheek Babies
 
  
 
 
Some updated pictures of 2011 babies,on May 3
                                                     Playing hide and go seek!                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
 (Our last clutch of green cheek conures)
We love to share and make a mess! 
 
 
Four Green Cheek Babies from last years clutch.
 
 
 
Green Cheek Conures From Our Fall 2009 Clutch 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Health Guarantee
 
All baby birds we sell are guaranteed to be healthy.  Due to the many variables beyond our control we do not accept returns on our birds unless there is a health problem with the bird.  It is the buyers responsibility to have the bird vet checked by an avian veterinarian within 3 days of purchase.  If there is a health problem the bird can be returned within 5 days of purchase for a full refund.  D & D Aviaries does not accept responsibility for any veterinary bills.
 
When you purchase a baby bird we will also provide you with a small starter bag of the pellet and seed mix that we feed all our birds here.
 
Breeders for Sale
 
Due to growing family obligations we currently are offering a few pairs of our breeder birds for sale as we need to downsize our aviary.  We are selling the following pairs of birds. 
 
Bonded Pair of Rosey Bourkes................................................................................$75.00     
 
Please see below for pictures of the pairs available for sale.
 
Our Family Pets
 
Indiana
 
Our Breeding Pairs
 
Our cockatiels Daisy and Donald 
  
  Our rosy bourkes Hunter and Grace
 
 
Our Turquoise Split Green Cheek Conures Aladdin and Jasmine
 
Bird Prices
 
Hand Fed Normal Green Cheek Conures       $125.00
 
Hand Fed Normal Grey Cockatiels                 $60.00
 
Hand Fed Turquoise Green Cheek Conures   $650.00
 
Hand Fed Rosy Bourkes                                 $125.00
 
 
 Testimonials
 
On April 4, 2009 (green cheek conure)
 
Hi,
I came from Hamilton to buy the last Green cheek you had...I just want to say the bird is doing very well and likes to sit on my dogs head...lol...very tame thank you for being a good breeder
 
On August 20, 2009 (cockatiel)
 
Sydney is doing great!  I'm going with "she" for now because she reminds me of 2 previous females I used to have.  She's SO sweet!  Loves to cuddle me.   She's exactly the temperment of bird that I was looking for.  Thanks again SO much!
 
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