Is there a minimum order or number of birds that need to be ordered?

We don’t bound you on quantity. However, if you’re planning to order one bird, we highly recommend to order more than one as these are extremely social creatures, and shipping can be stressful for a single bird.

Can I cancel my order once it’s placed?

Because of the complexity of our supply chain management and inventory systems, live animal orders are not available for modification, cancellation, returns, or refunds once your order is placed.

However, when your order is placed, your items are automatically added to our supply chain management system. Therefore, interrupting this structure is quite pricey in terms of human resource attention needs and inventory control.

Do you get your birds vaccinated regularly?

Yes! We ensure that the birds are kept safe from all kinds of emerging medical conditions. We vaccinate them regularly.

How do you get the birds shipped?

We proffer counter to counter services and ship all birds by air. The birds don’t wait to be checked and rechecked. From the counter at the departure location to the final counter at the destination is the only process.

How can You Keep Your Birds Healthy and Safe?

You should learn the symptoms of a sick bird and search for a good veterinarian who specializes in avian medicine. However, birds should also be screened for psittacosis, a contagious bacterial infection, before bringing them into your home.

Further, be prepared to safeguard your bird from common household dangers such as smoke from non-stick cookware and tobacco smoke, burning food or overheated ovens, pesticides, household cleaners, as well as hairspray, and other aerosols.

What’s the Best Bird Breed you can keep?

Finches and Canaries are known for their song, color, and activity. However, a cockatiel may be more suitable if you want a companion bird. Therefore, if you want a talker, consider a parakeet. It is not recommended for birds for children under age six because of potential injury to the bird or to the child. Moreover, for children age seven to 12, I suggest budgies, cockatiels, and lovebirds, and Parrots are best reserved for adults and teenagers.

Is uncooked rice or peanut butter harmful to birds?

Is uncooked rice or peanut butter harmful to birds? Just Peanut butter is not unsafe for the birds. Some people mix it with birdseed or cornmeal to decrease its tenacity, yet that isn’t safe for the birds. Uncooked rice is additionally not harmful to the bird’s health. However, uncooked grains are a staple for the bird’s diet, so throwing rice at weddings won’t hurt any birds.

Why do birds sing?

Birds make tons of sounds, including chirps, rattles, whistles, trills, croaks, drumming, and much more. All these sounds originate from the syrinx, considered the sound-making organ possessed by birds only.

Do you get your birds vaccinated regularly?

Yes! We make sure that the birds are kept safe from all kinds of emerging medical conditions. Henceforth, we vaccinate them regularly.

What kind of birds do you sell?

There are various categories of birds that we sell. Some are written below:

  • Canaries
  • Exotic Birds
  • Lories and Lorikeets
  • Macaws
  • Pionus
  • Caiques

How do you get the birds shipped?

We offer counter to counter services and ship all birds by air. The birds don’t wait to be checked and rechecked. However, from the counter at the departure location to the final counter at the destination is the only process. We do this to ensure the protection and ease of birds.

Why Choose Us?

At Birds Gather, our first and foremost priority is to bring our customers the most refined birds in their hale and hearty condition. Also, we ship birds carefully, keeping in view their delicacy.  You can order as many birds as you like without worrying about a minimum order. With that being said, our customer care staff is willing to serve you with high-quality birds at the most affordable rates.

Moreover, we conceive all kinds of health certifications to ensure birds’ safety and security, along with reassurances, to keep our words.