Pricing and Shipping Info

Shipping

Same Day Airline
We offer same day shipping via Delta Cargo for $155 plus a $30 crate fee for a total of $185 to anywhere in the US, excluding Hawaii and Alaska. We will ship babies only on Weekdays so that they do not get held overnight at the facility over the weekend. We will only ship during appropriate temperatures in both Dallas, TX and the receiving airport which must be between 20 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Babies MUST be picked between 2-4 hours after arrival or before the closing of the facility, otherwise extra charges may be applied. Please be available to pick up the baby on the day that they are shipped. Shipping a baby is quite stressful to them and we want to make sure they are safe and sound!

Local Pickup
We offer local pickup in Longview, TX for free at the designated spot. If you need us to travel outside of Longview, TX, there will be a $50 gas fee with a max range of 2 hours from Longview, TX. This option allows you to pay cash as well in person during the trade.

Pricing
PRICES ARE NON-NEGOTIABLE
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE

Deposit - 50% of the cost of the bird to hold your specific baby for up to 2 months from the date of the deposit or to be on a list for a future Conure if you want a specific color. We accept payments via Zelle or cash (local pickup only). The cost of the bird must be paid in full prior to shipping; local pickups can pay in cash during the meet.


PRICES AS OF FALL 2021

$350 - Normal
$450 - Cinnamon, Yellowsided, Pineapple

COMING IN 2022
$ - Mint, Pineapple Turquoise
$ - Opamint, Cinnamint
$ - Suncheek
$ - Mooncheek


*Price may increase by $100 for Hi-Red and/or Red-Faced mutations
*NOTE: Our current pairs are only capable of producing Normal, Yellowsided, Cinnamon, and Pineapple Green Cheek Conures. 2022 is when we expect to see much more colors!



Color Examples:

Normal

$350

Cinnamon

$450

Yellowsided

$450

Pineapple

$450

Mint

$

Pineapple Turquoise

$

Opamint

$

Cinnamint

$

Suncheek

$

Mooncheek

$