Name: Gregory Sandfer - user reviews Posted: 4/29/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: So. California Description: African Grey Congo And Or Hyacinth Macaw Eggs Wanted To Hand Raise. Looking For 5-9 Eggs At One Time, Ongoing As Needed.
Name: Erin Henderson - user reviews Posted: 4/23/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: Fairhope,Alabama Description: Wanted peacock/peafowl hatching eggs. Any color except white.ship to me asap. Will pay shipping and then express shipping.
Name: Troy Winger - user reviews Posted: 4/11/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: Grants pass Oregon Description: I am looking to purchase some Raven eggs that are fertile or Crow eggs for hatching thank you very much.
Looking for ones not listed on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act so African Pied Crows, White Nape Ravens and Etc.
Name: Samantha - user reviews Posted: 3/26/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: Ohio Description: Looking for pied crow or white neck raven eggs. Willing to purchase out of state and pay for shipping.
Name: Kan Aviary - user reviews Posted: 3/22/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: Oregon, US Description: Hi I am seeking to purchase fertile Abyssinian Blue-Winged Goose and also Giant Canada Goose eggs.
Please contact to me if you have or know anyone selling, thank you.
Name: Kam - user reviews Posted: 3/1/2021 Email:Email this poster Location: Canada/Montreal Description: Hi,
I am looking for two or four fertile Umbrella Cockatoo or Sulfur-Crested Cockatoo or citron-crested cockatoo hatching eggs as a hand fed pet.
If you have any for sell Please send me a email or text . 438-725-4002
I live in Canada .
Name: Katherine Porterfield - user reviews Posted: 2/21/2021 Email:Email this poster Description: Want: B. hutchinsii minima(smallest subspecies of cackling Canada goose sometimes called the cackling cackling Canada goose.). Federal regulations limit to 4 birds, and therefore I only need 4 eggs. I prefer between 1 and 4 eggs so that I don't have to waste any. Please, no eggs taken from birds in the wild! Only birds kept in captivity. I only want eggs of the cackling cackling Canada goose. These are the smallest subspecies of Canada goose, and are slightly smaller than a mallard (wild, not a rouen).