Here are the babies currently available for deposit here at Silver Sage Aviaries. As always, deposit is 50% of the adoption fee. By sending a deposit you are agreeing to pick up or take delivery of your baby within 10 days of being notified that he or she has weaned. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.
These babies will be our ONLY CLUTCH this year. They are starting to show a little color and it looks like a whole lot of violet! At least one is violet turquoise like their father. To be placed on our notification list for updates, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are already on our list, expect to receive an email from me soon.
Clutch 2 is ready for deposit! Please contact us if you are ready to claim one of these lovely little ones.
2021CL2B1 “Dude” blue male SOLD
2021CL2B2 “GUY” BLUE HARLEQUIN MALE SALE PENDING
2021CL3B1 “SOPHIE” ALBINO FEMALE, MAY BE MASKING VIOLET $900
Clutch 2 has been pulled for hand feeding! It looks like we have blues and maybe even a blue harlequin! These babies will be available for deposit as soon as their color is clear and their DNA results are in. Hatch dates feb 22-25, estimated weaning April 22-25.
2/9/2021 All babies from Clutch 1 have families lined up! Please check back soon to see babies available from Clutch 2!
2/4/2021 DNA RESULTS ARE IN!
Here are the babies currently available for deposit. Hatch dates Jan 27-Feb 2. Estimated weaning dates March 24-April 14
2021 CLUTCH 1 ALL SOLD
2021CL1B1 “Dot” FEMALE Turquoise SOLD
2021CL1B2 “Don” MALE Turquoise $900 SOLD
2021CL1B3 “Little Blue” FEMALE Blue SOLD
2021CL1B3 “Power Puff” FEMALE Pallid Blue, SOLD
We have Indian Ringneck chicks in the nursery! They will be ready for deposit in the next week or so when their colors are fully visible and their DNA results are in.
That’s all for 2020! See you in 2021!
March 1 2020
February 20th, 2020
We have blue and turquoise Indian Ringneck babies hand feeding now and DNA test are in the mail. We will be pulling additional Ringneck babies soon for hand feeding and we expect them to be blue and lutino (bright yellow).
We have one pair of cockatiels on eggs.