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About Pionus Parrots

The Loyal Lap Dog Parrot?

This sub-species of Pionus has become the most sought after Pionus.  It has four or five color patterns.  

They are Navy Blue, Orange, Bronze, Green, Red, and White.  

Viewers should use this video as a guide for all Pionus sub-species.

Sorry, our Bronze Winged waiting list is currently full. Check back in 2025.  Follow us on Facebook for updates!

We specialize in breeding SEVERAL Sub-species of Pionus:  

The Maximillian, Blue Headed, White Capped, Dusky, and the Bronze Winged,

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Hand Feeding Babies!

Pionus Parrots are very Special.

We specialize in breeding several hand-fed Sub-species of Pionus:  The Maximillian, Blue Headed, White Capped, Dusky, and the Bronze Winged.

There are several factors involved in hand  feeding baby birds.  This must be done quickly, at perfect formula temperatures for each and every baby.  Air temperatures can also hinder digestion, and can create a slow crop / slow digestion.  This can cause baby to starve.  Or you can burn a hole in the baby's crop, and could aspirate the baby.


NOTE: Hand feeding baby birds is very dangerous.  This should be done only by an experienced breeder.  Never should someone try to hand feed a baby without having all emergency equipment.  

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Pionus Maximilian Babies

We specialize in breeding several hand-fed Sub-species of Pionus:  

The Maximillian, Blue Headed, White Capped, Dusky, and the Bronze Winged.

Our Brooders maintain perfect temperatures for eliminating stress, and digestive problems. 

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Pionus Dusky

We believe while all of the Pionus sub-species are excellent birds. The Dusky is hands down the easiest to train, IMO.

Also, they are the rarest of the Pionus species.

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Pionus sub-species

We believe while all of the Pionus sub-species a variation of vibrant colors.

In general, once parrots are trained. They do not need continuing training repetition.

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Bird Stand Training

Once babies start to get some feathers on their chests.  They must be left out of the cage.  From 7:00 am to 11:00 PM or until the last formula feeding for the night.

This establishes a routine for all babies.  You cannot deviate on your routine.   As children, they may cry.   If your baby was not raised on  a Bird Stand, and trained to stay on it.  Then most likely he/she may never stay on a Bird Stand.   Other birds can motivate your baby to do so.

A Bird Stand is a must have for a well rounded family member.  If you do not want to look over your shoulders wondering where baby is, or if a guest is being bitten: (

Birds can be very defensive on their cages.   So avoid surrendering your Alpha position by not doing so, IMO.

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Rabbit World 1

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented.

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Rabbit World 2

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented.

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Rabbit World 3

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented. 

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Rabbit World 4

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented. 

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Rabbit World 5

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented.

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Rabbit World 6

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented.

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Rabbit World 7

Crystal Pictures!

These videos were made by our daughter many years ago.  She is very talented. 

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