Available Now

Click here for the 2014 waiting list.

2014 Aviary Offspring

Available right now for shipping or pick up..
# Mutation = Spoken for

Males
Phaeo (FC – SF)

Females
None at the moment!
Please check back soon 🙂

Coming Soon..

..To the Juvenile Aviary
The following current offspring are with their parents!
Check back in few weeks or so to see them after they fledge..

Phaeo (FC – SF)
Penguin BB

Hatching soon..

Fawn OB
Phaeo (FF)
Phaeo (FC) “Very Red”
LB BF BC “Very Black”

Laying soon..

Fawn OB BB
White (pure)
Fawn OB BB
Gray Cheek BB
Yellow Beak
All Gouldians

Photos of 2014 Aviary Offspring

fc fledgie bc male adult2 ng male yb female cfw juvenile aviary group2  bc cfw female
phaeo male juvenile split to penguin male
very black
yb cfw female
aviary group yb female

2013 Adopted Pairs

Happy in their new homes! 🙂 

Adopted April 2013 Adopted April 2013 Adopted July 2013 Adopted August 2013 Adopted April 2013 Adopted July 2013 Adopted July 2013 Adopted July 2013 Adopted July 2013 Adopted August 2013 Adopted July 2013 

       

Brittany (Penguin Zebra Finch hen) enjoying some free-flying time in between clutches.

Brittany (Penguin Zebra Finch hen) enjoying some free-flying time in between clutches.

I currently have a variety of color mutations. My pricing is based off of availability, rarity, difficulty to breed & quality. I am temporarily breeding 1st generation offspring until the end of this season which will be this Fall. Contact me for additional information on what I have available or to reserve a pair. Here is my adoption application.

TWFA Breeding Seasons

All pairs are divided into two breeding schedules. Some breed year round with breaks of up to 2 months at a time between each clutch, and some are on a 8-month-on, 4-month-off breeding and resting season cycle. This is to ensure the optimum health & well-being of every pair and their offspring. It also allows parents to choose how they want to raise their young. Some Finches prefer a longer time to wean their babies and others prefer a continuous cycle. 

Contact Me to Reserve a Pair

I do occasionally have young pairs born from generations of beautiful & happy Finches that I will adopt out as pets for a reasonable re-homing fee. If you’d like to reserve a pair or find out when one will become available, email me at – whitefinchbreeder@gmail.com For more information about me, click here. I do take deposits, but only for birds that are already weaned. I also operate on a first-come first-serve basis. As a part of this policy I have a small waiting list for potential adopters.

Click here to download an Adoption Application

profileHand-Tame

Hand-raising Finches is an extremely delicate process that takes practice and research to even attempt. I have been doing it since the aviary began and not intentionally. Parents push out or abandon their young (or eggs) sometimes before they are able to care for themselves which is where hand-feeding becomes necessary to save the life of offspring. I do offer hand-tame pairs but only if I happen to have them available and for a significantly larger re-homing fee. Hand-feeding does not always guarantee tameness nor does being raised as tame altogether. 

“I need help!”

I am always available 24/7 for any assistance from finding a mate for an obscure bird or lending any information or advice regarding Finches. If I have the power to help, I will. If I don’t, then I will direct you to someone who does. I enjoy taking the time to help and answer any questions.

Thanks for Looking!

While you wait to adopt a pair, check out the about section for more info about me, the aviary, my Finches, prices, or what you’d need to take home a new pair of Finches. I breed regularly so keep checking back for more pairs as time goes on.

2014 Waiting List

Name = Scheduled to pick up their pair(s)
* = hand-raised

Zebra & Society Finches
Sue – 1 female*
Kim – 1 pair Fawn OB/Penguin*
Don – Pairs of unrelated Phaeo, CFW & Fawn OB
Jesse – Pairs of GC, more pairs of Phaeo, OB BB & BF BC
Fernando – Pairs of Phaeo
Suzanne – Pairs of BC CFW, BF BC, Fawn OB & Penguin BB
Doug – Pairs of pure NG
Kristen – BF BC
Agnieszka – 1 female*
Phikhanh – 1 pair Fawn/White
Luis – 2 Pair Phaeo 2 Pair Fawn OB BB
Ann – 4 submissive males

Gouldian Finches
Jourdan – 1 RH GB female
Melissa – Multiple pairs
Kelsey – 1 Pair BB or SB/BB, 1 Male (RH or BH)
Lynn – 3 Males* (preferably BB)
Suzanne – 1 male

Inactive Waiting List

The following are pending an email reply/update or future date:
(list is updated/cleared throughout the season & restarted each year)

Rachel – 1 female Gouldian
Brianna – Pairs of Zebra Finches
Marjorie – Pairs of Gouldians
Natalie – 1 pair Phaeo or Fawn OB

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23 Comments

  1. Thanks for your inquiry, Diane!

    I literally just got another pair of whites and a pair of Black-cheeked Zebras [breeding between whites and the black-cheeks yields fawn colors and other mutations as I’m told].

    I also just got some new nesting boxes, so as soon as everyone is settled into their new habitats, I’m sure they’ll produce some nice new clutches very soon! I’ll keep you posted!

    Warm wishes,
    Chelsea

    • Hello, Ernie! There are currently two babies still being weaned that will be available once they become independent. They are currently spoken for. I’ll add you to the list, and if you provide your phone number and email, I’ll let you know when two pairs are available for you.

      Thanks for your inquiry!

  2. Jini says:

    Am loving my new baby white finch….she snuggled up to my male this morning and he put his head on top of her and they stayed that way for a long time. So sweet. They were both in the nest all night!

    I think they are having fun exploring the new cage and all it’s fun perches and food trays. I so appreciate all your help, you are truly the Finch Queen!!! Looking forward to sharing more finch related stories.

    You are the best.
    Jini

    • Jini I am very glad to hear it! I just knew they would get along. She’s too pretty to stay angry with!

      It’s been a real pleasure to have met and helped you! There are so few customers that are as joyous and kind-hearted as you. As soon as it settles down here, I’ll have to make another trip out to give you the feeder and some extra treat cups I found.

      Feel free to email me whenever, and if you need anything!

  3. sarah says:

    hello.
    i went to a bird mart this year and could not find any healthy,non inbred pairs and was wondering if you had any unrelated pairs available…i belive the ad said you are based in maryland? I live in aberdeen and would be ready to drive up if you had any birds available…
    thanks
    sarah

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  11. Rachel Wagner says:

    Hi! I’m in Bellingham, looking for a gouldian female- I’d be open to any variation you have.
    Thanks!
    Rachel

    • Hey Rachel!

      Right now the Gouldian flock is finishing up their resting period and will begin breeding again soon. They recently completed their annual molt and shed almost all of their feathers in the process. As a result their plumage is better than ever, but this cycle also takes its toll on their strength and immunity. For their protection against illness or weakness it’s important to allow them an ample time to rest afterwards before beginning to breed.

      That being said if you’d like me to notify you via email as soon as their offspring have hatched and are being raised I can easily do so! Let me know & I’m looking forward to hearing back from you soon.

      Sincerely,
      Chelsea

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