Our aviary specializes in breeding hand tame loveable Linnies, Lovebirds, Parrotlets and Pineapple Conures.
Feathered Wings is a caring, loving, family based bird breeder located in Zephyr Ontario which is 20 minutes north east of Newmarket. In the township of Uxbridge.
Specialized Linnie breeder and other handfed baby birds.
Feathered Wings Aviary is located at 23 Kester Lane if you would like to see one of my available babies please call me to book an appointment at 416-670-3458 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a small bird breeder, I am able to provide my handfed babies with individual attention daily because I work full time from home and I am blessed to be able to have my birds around me while I am working on the computer. Because I do work from home I am able to hand feed my precious babies and allow them to wean at their own pace. My babies gain confidence in a safe and loved environment and learn and grow quickly with lots of positive reinforcement.
All of my baby’s are provided with a variety of different toys to encourage exploration, gain confidence and develop a sense of curiosity while playing and socializing. They are weaned onto a seed and pellet diet, supplemented with a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables daily. I believe a healthy diet with variety is essential to a happy healthy birdie.
Birds that are fed fruits and veggies daily will have a longer life span over a bird that is fed seed only.
My aviary is smoke free. I am available by appointment only. Sorry I do not ship my birds.
It is my mission to provide support and always be available before and after the purchase of one of my babies to answer any questions you may have to help you provide your newly adopted baby with the best care possible.
I am always available by email, text or phone to assist you.
If you would like to reserve one of my precious baby love birds, linnies, parrotlets or pineapple conures please email me at email@example.com
Feathered Wings Aviary is a proud member of the Lineolated Parakeet Society (LPS) as well as the Durham Avicultural Society of Ontario (DAS).