PLEASE NOTE – The animals listed below are not for sale hence the reason they are marked OUT OF STOCK. They are either our own residents, rescues or form part of our in-house breeding projects. For availability of our current livestock please visit our ANIMALS FOR SALE section.

Sun Conure (aratinga solstitialis)

DSC_0314The Sun Conure originates from south America. They are found in a relatively small region of Northern Brazil, Southern Guyana, Suriname & French Guiana. They have become increasingly rare due to loss of habitat and collection for the pet trade. They are listed as endangered by the IUCN. They are sociable birds occurring in flocks of 20 to 30 individuals outside of breeding. They call loudly to communicate with each other, so they are not separated from the flock. Sun Conures are frequently bred in captivity and form strong bonds with their owners if kept individually.

Medium Sulpher Crested Cockatoo (Cacatua Galerita Eleonora)

skink The Medium Sulphur Crested or Eleonora Cockatoo originates from provinces in Indonesia and are reasonably common in their native habitat.
Cockatoos need structure and routine combined with lots of patience. They do not make good pets for people with busy lives in pairs.

Galah Cockatoo (eolophus roseicapillus)

tarantulaThe Chilean Rose is one of the most commonly kept species of tarantula. Native to Northern Chile, Bolivia and Argentina, their natural habitat is desert and scrub land.

This tarantula has a diverse diet, feeding on crickets, grasshoppers, cockroaches and the odd pinkie mouse. To defend themselves from predators, these tarantulas are able to flick hairs from their rump with their back legs. They are most active during the evening and night time and make an ideal starter spider.

The Chilean Rose is generally a very docile spider, although they may bite if threatened.