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Hyacinth Macaw
Buffon's Macaw
Blue Throated Macaw
Scarlet Macaws
Green Winged Macaw
Blue and Gold Macaw
Military Macaw 
Chest Nut or Sever Macaw
Hahn's Macaw
Harlequin  (B&G - Greenwing)
Catalina (B&G - Scarlet)
Camelot Macaw [Catalina-Scarlet]
Bluffon's Macaw
Buffwing Macaw
Calico Macaw
Caloshua Macaw
Capri Macaw
Flame Macaw
Harligold Macaw
Jubilee Macaw
Maui Sunrise Macaw
Maui Sunset Macaw
Milicinth Macaw
Miligold Macaw
Rubalina Macaw
Black Palm Cockatoo [Goliath ]   
Black Palm Cockatoo [Aterrimus]
Moluccan Cockatoo 
Umbrella Cockatoo 
Greater Sulphur Crested Cockatoo 
Citron Crested Cockatoo 
Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
Bare Eyed Cockatoo 
Ducorps Cockatoo 
Goffin's Cockatoo
Galah Cockatoo 
Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo [Eleonora]
RED Factor African Greys
Silver African Greys
Timneh Greys
Double Yellow Headed Amazon
Yellow Naped amazon
Yellow Crowned Aamzon
Blue Fronted Amazon
Mealy Amazon
Green Cheeked Amazon
Lilac Crowned Amazon
Red Lored Amazon
Oranged Winged Amazon
White Fronted Amazon
Hawk Headed Parrot
Eclectus Parrot(Male and females.)
Dusky Pionus
Blue Headed Pionus
Maximillian's Pionus
White Capped Pionus
Red Bellied Parrot
Senegal Parrot
Jendaya Conure
Sun Conure
Jenday Conure
Nanday Conure
Green Cheek Conure
Pineapple Mutation
Dusky Conure
Blue Crown Conure
White Eyed
Alexandrien Parakeet
Ring Necked Parakeets
Pocket Parrots 
Swainson's Toucan
Keel Bill Toucan

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birdAll Parrots Conservation and Aviary Center is Located in Mbalmayo some 10 Km from Yaounde the capital city of Cameroon.We are a team of five experienced vets with passion for birds and a vision to carter for the welfare and continue existence for the endangered species.We breed a wide variety of birds who later on find new homes with loving families as pets and some that are later on released to the wild to continue living in its natural habitat.

  At All Parrots Aviary, you will find the most beautiful and loving exotic birds. Our cute little ones are cared for and treated like children and much time is devoted to the babies to ensure even temperament and ultimate health.

 We are totally devoted to these little guys from the time they are hatched 'til the day they find a new home with you. Our competitive prices, exquisite selection of feathered friends, and understanding service are just a few of the reasons that you should come to our aviary.




Amazon Baby



Come to Mbalmayo and visit our babies!

We have a smoke free environment locted outisde the main city, and we are a ‘closed’ aviary, in that the breeding area is not open to the public in order to control disease and the stress of having strangers walking into the birds’ private areas. However, the nursery is open to visitors, and we welcome you to come play with the babies and to see which may fit your family or lifestyle.

After your baby comes home

Purchasing a parrot from Birdie Brains Aviary does not mean that once the bird is home our relationship is over. You may have questions about the bird adjusting to your home, or finding a good avian veterinarian. We’ll still be here to help, many years to come. We love to receive your photos and letters about your bird-kids. If you purchase one of our chicks, and are local, nail and wing trimmings are free, just make an appointment to bring your bird by.

As the babies grow, I will post updates (about every other week) and photos of your baby.


African Grey Baby







How much do you want to spend?

When buying a bird, you should not only look at the cost of the bird, but the time and how much fun you will have with it.

If you are looking for a sweet, loving and tame bird, handfed is the way to go.

They are worth the difference in the price.

They do cost more, but well worth the investment.

If you think of the long run, you will be much more happy with a pet that you can touch without it taking your hand off!

You can get the same kind of bird at a cheaper price, but often, they may come with problems, like - personality issues, not being tame, being sick, etc. Vet bills can add up very fast!

Please research the bird you are thinking about before you buy, as the bird should be with its new family for a very long time to come.



How much will it cost to keep?

When first starting out, it does cost a bit. Get the proper equipment first time around, as it will cost less in the future.

Spend that extra few dollars for the cage or supplies you really want, as you will be happier with it in the long run.

Make sure you get the proper cage, toys, treats and food to keep your new baby health and happy.


How long will it live?

Again, this is not guaranteed, as so many things can factor what happens to a bird, like environment, food, stress, etc.

- Parrotletts - 18 - 20 years

- Budgies - 10 - 15 years

- Lovebirds - 15 - 20

- Cockatiel - 15 - 18 years

- Conures - 15 -30 years

- Cockatoos - up to 85 years


Do you really want this type of bird?

Never by any animal on impulse.

It might look so cute when it is a baby, but are you really willing to give it the proper care and attention when it is older?

Remember, the bigger the bird, the more time it will require, the louder it is, the messier it is, and the more it will cost to feed, house and care for it.


Choosing a healthy bird

Look for an active bird.

One that is looking for attention and aware of its surroundings

Bright eyes

no discharge from eyes, nose or vent area

Clean feathers

Beak should meet properly

Feet clean and not too scaly (some is normal)

Bringing the baby home

If possible, have the cage and toys already set up before you get your new baby, as this would be less stressful for the bird.

I do not recommend moving a bird home in a cage. If the bird gets spooked, it can injure itself on the bars and possibly break a wing or leg.

A bird travel cage is fine, as long as it is small and is covered.

A small box is usually the safest way to transport birds.

When the bird gets home, let it rest. This is very important, as it is a very stressful time for bird and owner.

After a couple of hours, open the cage and let the bird get used to its new home. Keep the house quiet, and do not let kids handle the bird. Keep other pets away as well, until it is a little more comfortable.

The main thing is to have fun with you new family member!