Name: Jody Livingston - user reviews Posted: 10/28/2018 Email:Email this poster Description: Looking to see if I can find someone who would be willing to sell me 2-4 fertile Scarlet Macaw or Green Wing Macaw eggs for me to hatch and hand feed in my home. I have years of experience hand feeding cockateils and know how difficult and time consuming it can be. I already have a Blue and Gold Macaw that I have had several years but she was 8 years old when I rescued her. Willing to pay for overnight shipping and will even pay for an incubator to ship them in.
Name: Katherine Forsythe - user reviews Posted: 9/25/2018 Email:Email this poster Location: Mount Bethel,Pa. Description: Bird of paradise bird eggs. Kathy
Name: Michael and Laurel - user reviews Posted: 8/17/2018 Email:Email this poster Location: Pittsboro, NC Description: Fertilized Montezuma / Mearns quail eggs. Looking for about 10 eggs for hatching purposes.
Name: Janet - user reviews Posted: 7/14/2018 Email:Email this poster Location: Oregon Description: Wanted: Fertile green cheek conure eggs to hatch.
Name: BEAR League - user reviews Posted: 7/5/2018 Email:Email this poster Location: Lake Tahoe, California Description: We are a wildlife rescue with a pigeon that is best friends with a blind Raven and is perfectly content living with her. The only problem is she keeps laying unfertilized eggs. We are hoping to find a pigeon egg or two for her to sit on and eventually raise. Any type of pigeon would work, however she is a park pigeon so any thing similar to her would be great. We understand this is an unsual request but we are so desperate for a fertile egg.
Name: noah tengwall SONOMA CO. REPTILE RESCUE - user reviews Posted: 4/20/2018 Email:Email this poster Location: SONOMA CO! NORTH BAY SF. CA Description: WANTED! RED FOOT TORTOISE EGGS AND SOME TURTLES ! HAVE INCUBATIOR GOING AT 80/83 TEMP AND 80 PERCENT HUMIDITY! have had eggs sent cross the states! and have had good hatching!
red foots! GREEKS, GOFFER, MUSK, STINK POTS WESTERN PAINTED, SLIDERS, IT takes a lot of time !and having it all ready set up! only have two eggs in it now! even eggs that have been that were in water for hours still hatched! they ship well as long as they have not been incubated or have dryed out! most of all red footes! but love hatching eggs so get back if you have eggs or expecting eggs! thank you