Well, things certainly have been crazy around here, keeping me way busier than I like to be.
Peas and Carrots are doing just fine, although Carrots has started losing her wing and tail feathers because of the moult. I am sure Peas will be following suit shortly.
I am considering getting a Quaker Parrot and have been doing alot of research on them. I have only been able to locate one breeder so far fairly close to me and she is about 2-3 hours south. I sent her a message asking about available babies and if it was possible to come visit.
This is her reply: "yes we have babies now and they are still with their parents, when i pull them in about 21/2 weeks i can then see how many i have. We never know an exact date as to when they will wean because they go at their own pace, we keep the future owners updated. We don't let people visit the avairy for germ reasons and safety. We can't take a chance with any germs coming in that can hurt our babies and their parents, this is why we like to keep the new owners updated with pictures. If you want one let me know what state you live in and if you would like to be put on my waiting list".
Just curious if you think this is a legit enough reason to not see the aviary, and would pics be enough to go by? She has a website: www.countrybirdsaviary.com.