Welcome! My name is Tom. I am located in Perris, California. First off, I would like to thank everyone for visiting this site, as well as making this site one of the most popular Lovebird websites in the world. For those that don’t know me, I have been breeding many Lovebird types and mutations for over a decade. I specialize mainly on the turquoise mutations and the *blue/*albino mutations. They are one of the newest mutations on the Peachfaced Lovebirds right now. With that said, please continue to read below for more information on my Lovebird Farm, as well as helpful links for purchasing birds, and/or Lovebird Inquiries. Thank you.
For those that are getting started with the Lovebirds, they are one of the few species that have so many different varieties and colors. Whether you are just a beginner or a long time Lovebird breeder, there are practically almost endless possibilities in mutations and types that you can breed. The endless possibilities are what got me interested in mastering the genetics and mutations. You can learn more on genetics and mutations by looking at the descriptions or by joining the American Lovebird Society.
If you plan to buy Lovebirds over the internet, I strongly recommend that you do your research about that person. You can include me as well. There are a lot of scams that go on, so you have to be careful.
If you are thinking about purchasing birds from me, I cannot guarantee whether my birds have pre-existing diseases or not. Those are things we cannot see. I do not guarantee the sex of the birds either. Everything is just a guess unless they are proven. However, I do guarantee them for two weeks from the date of purchase, for exchange or replacement. There is no refund. However, this only applies to local customers. If the birds have to be shipped, birds are placed in the cargo area where other different types of birds have been before. I cannot guarantee that the area was sanitized to prevent diseases from crossing over to the birds. Therefore, I can only guarantee that the birds will be there alive. However, all the birds will be inspected before they are ship to make sure that visually, they are healthy.
For those that have not seen my place in person, I would like to let you know that my birds are raised outside and are exposed to the natural environments. My place is open to the public and therefore, I have people that bring their birds over to my place all the time. I have done my part and done enough research to feel comfortable enough to allow friends, customers, and their birds to visit. Our birds are as strong as any Lovebirds out there. It's not luck because I keep out crossing my Lovebirds as much as possible, in order for them to have strong immune system to combat diseases naturally on their own. Just remember, whatever viruses or bacteria we have in captivity, it's also in the wild. The only way wild birds can overcome any disease, is by having a strong immune system. Nature finds its own balance.You can read more on some common diseases and some of the more dangerous ones on the disease sections.
If you want to know about what I have available for sale, you can join my new Facebook Forum for faster updates at: Tom's Lovebird Farm . If you are searching to buy tamed baby Lovebirds, look up: Tom’s Lovebird Farm. Should you have an interest to learn more on Lovebirds or have any questions, I suggest joining the American Lovebird Society.
We now have a Parrotlet page for enthusiastic Parrotlet breeders, hobbyists, or anyone that wants to learn more on them. Parrotlet Paradise.
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