Advert Description

Offers welcome for the right home.

I am completely heart broken at my decision and they won't go to just anyone but sadly I having to reduce my birds as it is affecting my chest.

These two are a bonded pair and must go and stay together. They live happily worth other tiels and have lived with budgies and canaries with no problems.

They are not hand tame but there is no aggression there, they are used to being allowed lots of time out the cage and will happily go back in for some millet or treats.

They could also go in an aviary but so far they have been indoors so this transition would need to be when it's warmer.

They can come in a travel cage if required but you will need your own suitable cage which I would like to see.

There are no health issues, the female (white) needs to build up her strength with flying, she gets out of breath and stressed if you are moving around when she's out. For some reason she also has droppings around her tail feathers, she has been vet checked and there are no issues, unsure why this is but I just clean her vent every few weeks just to make her look smart ??

Additional Information

Advert Type
Private Advert
Breed
cockatiels
CITES Article 10
No - this species does not require an Article 10 certificate
Current Age
2 years