Finches For Sale

Finch is a category of bird that makes up hundreds of species. Their most common shared trait is that they are small, between 2 and 4 inches long. Finches are also one in the Passerine family. The Passerine encompass more than half the bird's species and are joined together by some common characteristics such as the structure of their feet that allow them to perch, their songs, and its variance in vertebrate order from other bird kinds. Many more classifications of the bird can be discussed. The most popular Finch species are the Zebra, Society, Gouldian, Singing Finch, and Cordon Bleus.

Name:   Darlene Augusta Simkins  -  user reviews
Posted:   3/21/2017
Phone:   9418831600
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Location:   Bradenton, FloridaCall multiple birds 2 finches 4 parkettes 3 cocktails...941 883 1600...all have cages
OHPA bird Fair coming soon
Name:   OHPA bird fair  -  user reviews
Posted:   3/14/2017
Aviary:   Pittsburgh PA and Medina OH
Phone:   724-814-4702
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Location:   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania2017 OHPA bird fairs --- first one.....April 9th ...stock up on food, toys, cages, perches, supplements, and more! Find your new feathered friend, we have both babies and birds for adoption...parrots, budgies, cockatiels, finches, canaries, and more.

Largest Bird Fair in Western Pennsylvania!
Admission is $5.00. Children under 12 are free. Free Parking.

Fair is from 10-4 at the Garden City Hall.

Come see what all our wonderful vendors, breeders, and rescue organizations are bringing!

NEW LOCATION**********

Garden City Hall
600 Garden City Drive
Monroeville, PA
Check us out on facebook at OHPA bird fairs or on the website

Also. . .SATURDAY fair dates in Medina Ohio
Birds for sale
Name:   Corrine Turley  -  user reviews
Posted:   2/26/2017
Aviary:   Avian Allure
Phone:   3609890649
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Location:   Vancouver, Washington-9 high pied red and seagreen parrot Finch $250 red $275 seagreen
-11 white Dec Fischer lovebirds,  parent raised some violet tail some turquoise wash. $150 each.
-3 Dec yellow Fischer lovebirds parent raised $75 each
-1 hand weaned Dec yellow Fischer lovebird tame $100
-1 pair violet peachface lovebird pair proven $150
-1 female violet peachface lovebird female proven. $75
-1 pair orange breasted buntings $500

Message phone or text (360) 989-0649
Home phone, message, (360) 740-7500
Corrine & Glenn
Birds for sale
Name:   Lindsay Mullen  -  user reviews
Posted:   2/4/2017
Phone:   2252818099
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Location:   Clinton, Louisiana2 red rump parakeet 2016 hatch females- $50 each Obo

5 white zebra finch (2.3)- $20 each or $80 for all

All best offers accepted. Pictures available upon request.
Cinnamon Bourke Parakeets
Name:   Tanya Franklin  -  user reviews
Posted:   11/9/2016
Aviary:   Cheep Trills Aviary
Phone:   541 664-4718
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Location:   central point, Oregon2016 Rosy Bourke Parakeets for Sale. I have cinnamon mutations, Normals split to rosy and rosy split to cinnamon. All are beautiful and healthy. Also have canaries and diamond firetail finches.
Auction Roster for Sunday Oct 9 Dayton
Name:   Bernadette Di Salvo  -  user reviews
Posted:   10/6/2016
Aviary:   Sugarcreek Bird Farm
Phone:   937-848-4819
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OhioFall Bird Fair & Auction! Sunday, October 9th at the

Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 1043 S. Main Street, Dayton, OH 45409

Admission is $4, children under 12 are free. Free Parking!

The bird fair runs 10am-4pm and includes vendors selling baby and adult birds, cages, play stands, FOOD, toys, jewelry, t-shirts, and much more! We have a huge selection of gently used cages, play stands, and supplies. Come early for the best selection!

The auction begins at 12pm. We will have 101 lots of pets, breeder pairs and singles, finches, and canaries! Most birds sell with no minimum!

We are also taking vendor applications that can be found here:

More questions call us! 937-848-4819.
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Official Auction Roster:

Lot # Bird
1 love birds
2 pair of linnies
3 male green parrotlet
4 male red rump parakeet
5 male nanday conure
6 quakers
7 pair of canaries
8 zebra finches
9 love birds
10 green cheek conures
11 male red head parrot finch
12 pair of linnies
13 pair of red rumps
14 pair of parakeets

15 pair of severe macaws
16 female peach front/ brown throat conure
17 love birds
18 pair of red rumps
19 three male green parrotlets
20 sun conure
21 gouldians
22 female cinnamon turquoise greencheek conure
23 pair of crimson bellied conures
24 female golden mantle rosella
25 green cheek conures
26 pair of black head caiques
27 female eclectus
28 pair of citron cockatoos
29 love birds
30 pair of canaries
31 pair of cordon bleu finches
32 pair of green cheek conures
33 pair of parrotlets
34 congo african grey
35 female yellow nape amazon
36 zebra finches
37 pair of red rumps
38 male green naped lory
39 quakers
40 male patagonian conure
41 male blue headed pionus
42 pair of linnies
43 cockatiels
44 mixed lot of zebra and societies
45 pair of red rumps
46 female blue front amazon
47 pair of bare eyed cockatoos
48 male lavendar indian ringneck
49 female blue and gold macaw
50 male rose breasted cockatoo
51 love birds
52 canaries
53 male pineapple turqouise green cheek conure
54 parakeets
55 male european gold finch
56 male blue crown conure
57 proven pair of orange wings
58 green quaker
59 proven pair of indian ringnecks
60 pair of parrotlets
61 pair of cockatiels
62 female yellow nape amazon
63 young green cheek conure
64 blue front amazon
65 cockatiels
66 male military macaw
67 roseifrons conure
68 female kakariki
69 pair of african greys
70 pair of double yellow head amazons
71 female yellow collar mini macaw
72 pair of owl finches

73 canaries
74 pair of canaries
75 pair of firey rosellas
76 pair of linnies
77 green cheek conures
78 love birds
79 dilute fischers lovebird
80 male dilute green cheek conure
81 pair of yellow nape amazons
82 female eclectus
83 pair of linnies
84 love birds
85 female scarlet chested parakeet
86 gouldians
87 pair of green cheek conures
88 blue and gold macaw
89 pair of moluccan cockatoos
90 pair of parrotlets
91 male green parrotlet
92 canaries
93 two male congo greys
94 pair of canaries
95 male yellow shoulder amazon
96 zebra finches
97 female love bird
98 parrotlets
99 love birds
100 green cheek conures
101 male red rump parakeet

House Finches are common to North America and Hawaii. They were recently introduced to the population and have been taken receptively compared to other species that were brought in other times, namely the European Starling and the House Sparrow. Homeowners enjoy watching the bird because of its pleasant demeanor, twittering song in almost every neighborhood. Find a bird feeder, you will find Finch feeding happily. Its males are easy to classify because they have red heads and breasts. Females are grayish-brown.

They are equally charming as pets. Although they will never be a cuddly type, they can be trained to perch on the finger and their singing is a delight just as they are in nature. Some say they make good pets for those who want a “talented” bird, but not the commitment required of a parrot. Their cages, also known as aviaries, should be at least 4 feet wide and of horizontal design so your Finch can easily fly back and forth. Their flight can be described as bouncy, a common trait among all Finches. When feeders aren't provided, they find seed on the ground and in trees where they often perch and shell the seeds in rapid movements of their beak.

What do finches eat?

Their native habitats are much like Western America; deserts, grasslands, and open woods. Many Finches are native to Australasia, a region encompassing Australia, New Zealand, the island of New Guinea, and other nearby islands in the Pacific. They prefer to be with their own kind, which can be reflected in their hands off behaviors with humans when keeping them as pets. Offering them cage mates is a great idea. They spend a large amount of their day communicating with each other in song, in nature and in captivity. If provided a wicker basket “nest” with some material inside, prepare for offspring between cage mates. Depending on the species and time of year, same-sex cage mates can prevent having offspring. This might be a good place to begin deciding which Finch species you might want to care for because this is where they might deviate from your vision. Mixing species is another point that needs further research before attempting. Finches in captivity are susceptible to different types of mites and should be brought to a vet upon first sight of mite. Overgrown nails and beaks can be addressed by an experienced bird groomer. Ask your vet for a recommendation if you don't currently have one. Pellets make up the bird's diet, supplemented with fresh greens, vegetables, some seed, grubs, and egg-food.