Quakers are seasonal breeders which means they only breed once a year and often are ready around January. If you would like a tame hand raised quaker for a pet contact Birdsville to lock in one of our babies when they are ready.
The Quaker parrot, also known as the Monk or Grey-Breasted Parakeet, originated from southeastern Brazil through Uruguay to northeastern Argentina.
Quakers are small, only reaching 28 to 30 cm long, with a wingspan of about 48cm and a weight of 90 to 150 grams. The natural color of the Quaker is green, with pale grey on the forehead, cheeks, throat, and chest. There are several color mutations of the Quaker, although many color varieties are not yet commonly available. The blue mutation has become very popular within
Australia and many blue Quakers are now being kept as treasured companions.