Nursery of Aves International - 2005
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Leadbeater Cockatoo 6/14/05 

Hahn's Macaws and a Sun Conure 4-29-05
6/14/06- Three feathering baby
Leadbeater's Cockatoos snuggle together
for a nap after their evening hand-feeding.
Two of these babies are still available
to be reserved.

two feathering baby Scarlet Macaws and one
Blue & Gold Macaw on 6/8/05.

What cute little birds! A Sun Conure, Hahn's Macaw, and Senegal parrots buddy up to take
a snooze on the evening of 6/1/05.

weaning baby Goffin Cockatoo on 6/8/05
These small cockatoos are charming as pets!
now lower priced!

baby Yellow-Faced Amazons on 6/28/05.
This is the only Amazon species that I know that
has bright yellow down at hatching.

Panama and Yellow-Naped Amazons

weaning baby White-Crowned Pionus on 6/15/05.

   Above and left- young Green-Cheeked Conures. The light colored chicks are the Pineapple color.



Green-Cheeked Conure chicks on 6/14/05. The lighter-colored ones are the Pineapple coloration.
These are the "quiet conures" and make great family pets!



A baby Panama Amazon cavorts with a Yellow-Naped Amazon on 6/15/05.
We have Rose-Breasted Cockatoos weaned and available now. We have just two unsold babies from the short breeding season (it's sweet but short!). This is a desert species that breeds right after our winter rains here in southern California and then enjoys the hot summer.



6/14/05- We have available gorgeous Red-Crested Touracos in perfect feather
from a large outdoor aviary- sexed birds of one bloodline only.

Blue & Gold Macaw on 6/28/05.

sleepy Scarlet Macaw on the evening of 6/28/05.

precious baby Leadbeater's Cockatoo
chicks on 6/14/05.
We have two males still available to be reserved.

This baby Leadbeater's Cockatoo is already learning to eat on its own on the second day
in a weaning cage on 6/28/05.


sweet-natured baby male Leadbeater Cockatoos, weaning on 7/7/05.
Scarlet Macaw baby on 7/15/05

Green-Cheeked Conure chicks on 6/28/05. The lighter-colored ones are the Pineapple coloration.
These are the "quiet conures" and make great family pets!

This Hahn's Macaw and Blue-Headed Pionus
went to their new home on 7/7/05.

 pin-feathered baby Hahn's Macaw on 7/7/05

Blue-Headed Pionus on 7/7/05

Leadbeater Cockatoo showing his crest on 7/7/05

exhuberent Panama Amazon on 7/5/05

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All photographs are by Gail J. Worth and are copyrighted.
They may not be reproduced by any method without written permission.

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