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Quaker Breeders In North East

Discussion in 'Parrot Breeders' started by eve.f, Mar 12, 2019.

  1. eve.f

    eve.f Registered

    Hi everyone,
    Me and my mum are desperately trying to find a Quaker breeder, specifically blue Quaker’s. She works from home and I’m only occasionally out of the house besides school and we’d love to have a bird.
    If you or anyone you know breeds Quakers in or close to the North East of england area, please let us know. We are looking to get a bird around early summer, but depending on the consequences we are fine with any time.
    Thank you so so much,
  2. Michael Reynolds

    Michael Reynolds Regular Member

    Hello and welcome, sorry I do not know of breeders in north London, I do not know if the parrot society can help you find one more local, good luck and maybe other members will be able to guide you, the nearest I know is in Snodland, Kent
  3. TomsMum

    TomsMum Administrator Staff Member Admin

    You might like to contact Garden Feathers in Bolden colliery, to see if they know of any Quaker /Monk parrokeets in that area

    I’ve checked the breeders directory from Parrots Magazine and the only breeder listed is in Southern Ireland
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  4. Ozzys owner

    Ozzys owner Regular Member Registered

    Depending on how far you want to travel, I know of a lady in Shropshire who has literally hundreds but the babies won't be born until April
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  5. dianaT

    dianaT Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    :welcome: @eve.f Hope you soon find the bird you want, do let us know.
  6. eve.f

    eve.f Registered

    Hi everyone, thanks for the help.
    I may (fingers crossed) have found a breeder, but I’m still going to try and find out some more information about him.
    Hopefully in a few months I’ll be back on here with my baby!
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  7. rita1

    rita1 Regular Member

    have you thought of a rescue bird, if you google rescue birds you might find one there. good luck
  8. Michael Reynolds

    Michael Reynolds Regular Member

    good luck please keep us updated