First and foremost, I like to thank my wife and daugther for the supports they have giving me and allowing me to have this hobby. Without them, this hobby of mine would have not been possible. And I also thank you all those have bought birds from me and keep coming back to get me. Without you, this hobby would not be possible either. And I thank all those have helped me along to get this far. I have met allow of friends doing what I enjoyed. Some have turned to great and closed friends of mine as well.
Second, for those who plan to buy anything on the Internet, please make sure you are able to contact that person on the phone and do background checks on the company if possible. There are a lot of scams going on and you need to do your parts before you start blaming everyone else.
Just something worthy to mention, we are starting a Lovebird Club in Southern California for anyone who has lovebirds. This is for the family environment. We are just testing to see how many are really interested to join which will most likely launch sometimes between March to May. There is a fee of $25 to join for a 12 month period. There will be Potluck, raffles, bird shows, and bird exhibitions for everyone to enjoy. These are just things to get started.
American International Lovebird Society
Now, I want to introduce myself. My name is Tom. I have been breeding lovebirds over 10 years already and I specialized in the lovebirds only. I am located in Perris California. Anyone wanting to come and visit my place, just email me. Make sure you write down your email correctly. Otherwise, I wouldn't be able to response back.
And for anyone thinking of purachasing birds from me, I do not guarantee that these birds do not have any preexisting disease. Because my aviaries are exposed to the natural environment. And I do have bird friends and customers that do bring birds in to my aviaries all the time. Therefore, I do not test for any diseases. So, if you are purchasing birds from me, that means, you are knowingly taking your own risks. When birds are shipped, they are place at the cargo area where there are other birds have been place before. And at the cargo airplane, that place has other birds as well before.
If you want a second opinion from the vet, I welcome that and get a health certificates for them. Of course, you have to pay for that first. If the vet says that the birds are not healthy, we will be happy to cancel the order. Thought I do not test my birds for diseases myself, but I have sold a few of my birds to the International shippers for them to be ship to other countries and all the birds have to be tested for diseases to make sure they are healthy. And so far, all of them passed.
THE DANGER OF INBREEDING LOVEBIRDS
Though there are a lot of dangers out there, but I have done my part and done enough research to feel comfortable allowing friends and customers to come over even with their birds. 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 for them to have strong immune system to combat diseases naturally on their own.
Just remembered that whatever viruses or bacteria we have in captivity, it's also in the wild. And the only way wild birds can overcome any disease is with a stronger immune system. Nature finds it's own balance.
Please read these articles and decide on your own when you are purchasing birds from us or anyone else. Polyoma and PBFD are like the common cold. There are two sides to everything. So, please read these two articles first before proceeding with any order:
1. ARTICLE ABOUT POLYOMA
2. ARTICLE ABOUT PBFD
3. My Short Version on Polyoma and PBFD
I have been breeding lovebirds for over a decade. But just have recently only focus exclusively on the lovebirds about 2008. Before this, I have bred many different species of birds. But because of the many variations and mutations of the lovebirds, I decided to stop breeding other birds. I try to breed for as many different varieties as possible. But still, my focus on the lovebirds is on the Turquoise mutation. They are one of the hardest and one of newest birds on the Roseicollis. If anyone is interested on the Turquoise you can click on the links to learn more, link
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Also, within the Turquoise mutation, there is also a *blue* mutation on the Roseicollis as well. That is the newest mutation on the Roseicollis. I am working on this mutation but will not have any available until the summer of 2015. However, I will be selling the turquoise mutation in the Spring of 2014. Because right now, I am trying to keep as many as I can to upgrade on my own program.
I am also working on the Lacewing(CinnamonIno) as well as the Recessive pied. If you want to know more
about the recessive pieds please click on the link, link
And, if you want to
know more about the Lacewing(CinnamonIno), please also click
on the link, link
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Anyone not here from the U.S and wanting to order from us, we do not take any International order at this point.
For more information
on pricing, please click here click
Anyone who has simply stumbled onto this web page,
and has no idea what an opaline lovebird is: please
click on the link below. This gives a brief description
of the opaline mutation and how it occurred.
OF THE OPALINE "ROSIE HEADED" PEACHFACE
of my lovebirds are individually bred in a specially
designed safe aviary with a concrete floor. The
sides are 1/2 plywood, 1/2 mesh and screen to keep
out insects. This prevents any potential threat
from rodents, or insects from bothering my lovebirds.My
other deterrents are my four watch dogs: an English
Mastiff, a German Shepherd- and the noisiest, two
My birds have access to fresh air, sun and shade
, one of the many blessings of living in California.
As you can see from my photos, I pride myself on
keeping their quarters immaculate.
this website to become a self-help center, many
basic questions have been answered in the breeding
section of this site. I hope that you will turn
there for answers first. If there is information
that you do not understand, or need further clarification,
you are welcome to email me .A lot of the information
can be very complicated. I do recommend re-reading
and writing your questions down. As for myself,
the more I read, the more I am able to pick up certain
If you have any questions
or comments about my birds or web page, please email
me firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you can click on the contact page.
Do to the fact that I am getting so much spam from people trying to sell me things, I will no longer provide my phone numbers. If you need to talk to me, just email me and I will give you my phone numbers.
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