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More New Hatchlings~

Now it truly feels like a real breeding season!

On a whim I decided to try to foster some eggs from Zebra Finch parents who aren’t very attentive when it comes to incubation.

And of course, Big Mama and Papa made it work! Four happy little squeaking babies hatched yesterday and I watched hatchling #5 inside their egg moving vigorously just now.

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A New Season, A New Aviary.

Breeding is back in swing, and I will be posting updates on pairs and babies as they come. To reserve a pair, please contact me as I operate on a first come first serve basis.

Where have I been? Relocating, settling, relocating again is the gist of it. Now let’s focus on the what I’m going to do!

Coming Soon

  • All of my new cages are going to be organized in a home-made aviary. I’m incredibly excited about it! Something between these two:
       
  • Take new photos of the aviary and new pairs.
  • Adopt new species! I’m thinking Society and Owl Finches! Maybe even some Gouldians!

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Welcome!

milesNew This Season ~ 2014
We’ve added a few new mutations to the fold: Very Red Phaeo, Very Black BF BC, Lightback CFW, Fawn Yellow Beak, Fawn Penguin, & Vibrant CFW (NG x CFW line). The Testimonials page is updated constantly throughout the season with words & photos from our most recent adopters. To read more about my background & what I do at TWFA, click here.

Also, check out our new bird room with many new upgrades that our flock is currently enjoying. We now have a new species of Finch joining us this season: Gouldians! They live in a mixed aviary of their own and include RH, YH, BH, WB, GB, YB & Dilute mutations. They’ve begun breeding and offspring will be available soon.

Adoption & Application fees can be paid via the Paypal Here™ system. Click here to download an application ~ designed to ensure that you are given the pair or pairs who best meet your needs & lifestyle.

TWFA is in compliance with all current National, State & Local licensing & general regulations for keeping & breeding Finches. Thanks for visiting!~

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Season Stats 2014: Raised 44 total offspring ~ 7 of which by hand
7 Societies + 1 Pair of Spice Finches + 1 Bronze-Winged Mannikin
+ Max the Canary in the juvenile aviary / 20+ capacity
(Last Updated 11/10/14)

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