Animal Stories - Strawberry Finch


Animal-World Information about: Strawberry Finch

  Strawberry Finches, also known as the Red Avadavat, are perhaps the most popular of all the waxbills! The word "strawberry" suits these little birds because of the beautiful, strawberry like coloration of the male during breeding season.
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Pedro Nunez - 2008-05-20
I am breeding Strawberry Finches. I live in Florida.



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  • Rhonda - 2011-07-08
    I live in Florida also, I would be interested in buying a pair of your red finches. My phone number is 305-395-9712 I hope to here from you.
  • Carol panholzer - 2011-07-21
    Are you still breeding strawberry finches I live in south Florida and would like to buy a male and female?
  • G. Crosby - 2011-08-03
    I am also looking for a pair of strawberry finches. Please let me know if you have any available. Thank you!
  • Lynn Campbell - 2011-08-20
    I am looking to purchase several pairs of strawberry finches. Please let me know if you have any available or where I may locate some.


    Thanks Lynn
  • Michael - 2011-09-03
    I have 2 male strawberry finches that need to be paired with 2 females. Do you have any for sale? Please let me know, I would appreciate it.
  • Tracy Salsman - 2011-10-09
    Do you still raise Strawberry Finches?
    I am interested in some for my aviary.
    Thank you,
    Tracy
  • kais - 2011-12-11
    Do you still have Strawberry Finches for sale?
    I'm looking to buy three pairs.
  • Lynn - 2012-03-09
    do you have any strawberry finches foe sale?
  • katrina - 2012-04-06
    Do you ship? If so, please contact me and let me know if you have any strawberries for sale
  • Anonymous - 2012-05-21
    Hello, are you still breeding strawberry finches.
    thank you and God Bless
    tomj
  • Ann - 2012-09-27
    Do you still breed Strawberry Finches? Do you ship? I have two males that need hens. Or I would be interested in some pairs...Please let me know... Thank you...
  • Shirley - 2013-11-09
    Hi Pedro, Are you still breeding strawberry finches? If so, what would your wholesale price be if I were to purchase 5-10 pairs? Also, do you ship your birds and what is the cost? Thank you! Shirley
  • lorenzo - 2014-02-26
    hello..if still available i want some strawberry..... tranvia5@gmail.com get in touch, lorenzo
  • Takis - 2014-10-12
    I am from Greek and I want to buy 2 couples of strawberry finches.First,can you tell me the price and if it is impossible to send me.Also,if you know breeders of this kind in Europe.Thank you.
  • Miguel - 2014-10-20
    Hello Pedro,

    If you are still breeding Strawberry Finches, I am interested in buying some pairs. Please indicate price per pair and shipping cost to Puerto Rico.
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Muhammad Yousaf - 2012-08-14
I am From Pakistan. I Have Cockatiel, Zebra Finches, Lotinoo, Diamond Dove... I am interested in Strawberry Finch.... Please let me know may I import it....?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-08-14
    You would have to ask what is your equvalent of Fish and Game or whoever is in charge of the quarantine station where yo live.
  • Sankaranarayanan.T - 2012-09-14
    Am selling for STRAWBERRY FINCH 2000 INR only good breeding bird
  • Khurram Bokhari - 2012-10-03
    Yousaf, strawberry finches are easily available in almost all cities in Pakistan. You need to import them from abroad, its a local bird and they are called surakhs, costing between Rs.500 to 1000 a pair.
  • umer butt - 2014-08-22
    Aoa sir, can normal zebra finches and sttawberry finches can be kept together in a single cage?
    Looking for quick responce please.
  • Aristides - 2014-08-23
    Iam Finches and canaries supplier from Tanzania zou can visit my homepage www.biroreptilescamp.wix.com/biro
    Email.biroreptilesparadise@gmail.com
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Rafi Sacarello - 2008-06-16
Hi, I'm looking for a pair of Strawberry finches because of their beautiful song. When I was younger you could set a trap and catch them easily because there where so many here in Puerto Rico. Now I think they are extinct and I cant find them here in PR anymore. If somebody reads this please let me know if you can help me find a good pair for reproduction. Thanks

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  • Will - 2013-09-11
    Rafi, were you able to find the strawberries in PR? I'm looking for a pair or more if available. Send me an email to matosw@gmail.com. Thanks.
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ananya roy - 2012-12-21
i have a pair of strawberry finches housed together with a pair of chestnut munias. the munias were very friendly towards the strawberry finches. the munias use a nestbox in which both of them stay for most of the time, in fact, they rarely come out unless they are hungry or thirsty. the red munias (we call strawberry finches 'red munia' in india) never showed any interest in nest box so i did not give them any. recently, the male red munia is changing its plumage into darker red color and is singing beautifully to his mate. the female also responds to his call and dances. i have noticed that the female's beak is turning blackish.(it was pale orange before). now they are shredding paper and cotton and are trying to carry them into the nest box which the munias reside in and they are being chased away. are these signs indicating that the strawberry finches might want to breed? should i give them a nest box or separate them from the chestnut munias? please help! thanks

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  • Clarice Brough - 2012-12-21
    Wow! how exciting... sounds like the need a nest box to me.
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dorinda darrow - 2012-09-07
Do you have a pair of strawberry finches available? Male/female

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bob - 2012-04-21
I was told we can not import strawberry finches into the USA anymore. Is that true?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-04-21
    I don't think you can import any parrots into the United States anymore but will double check.
  • Lee Worton - 2012-05-26
    I also heard, we can't import. But a person already breeding them inside the US is different, that is NOT importing. I have been looking for years for strawberry finches and was not able to find any.
  • sonali - 2012-07-15
    These birds are so good and cute I think I want to import into India.
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javier - 2011-10-29
Helo I'm been looking for a pair of strawbery finch pls contact me if you have a pair forsale I'll be interested .thx

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  • Lynn - 2011-11-17
    Did you ever find strawberry finches? I am looking to purchase several and was wondering if you have or know of where I might find some.

  • katrina - 2012-04-06
    I second that last comment!
  • Anonymous - 2012-05-21
    coolz
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KARUNA PACHER - 2010-06-10
Hi my name is karuna i am desperately looking looking for mutations in the zebra finch especially the phaeo and black faced and charcoal in bahrain. Its available but rarely and first come first serve basis. I would be happy if someone could help me with this. Healthy birds please right now i've got about 60 birds looking for more if i get a reply would speak to the person concerned on phone to make it easier thank you cheeeeers

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Theunis - 2012-01-24
Hi i am looking for a pair of strawberry finches. Young breeding pair please

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-01-24
    You don't need to look for a young breeding pair - just a male and a female. They breed so young and will adapt a lot easier to a new enviornment then an established breeding pair. Leave yourself open to both and remember with a new pair whether young or proven - the first clutch or two might just be for practice. Many people sell 'proven pairs' because they have found them not to be good parents. They don't sit the eggs or feed the babies. So they sell a young proven pair for additional monies and just pass on the problem. Why would someone sell a 'good proven pair?'
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Aayush - 2011-01-22
Hi ,
I am in Melbourne, Australia, if you have Strawberry finches and looking for sale please contact me, I want to buy some. My e-mail is jah_rv07@yahoo.com.au

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  • Michiyo nakamoto - 2011-08-04
    Hi i have 1 pear strawberry finch and now arriving in Tokyo. Thinking I will live in Melbourne if I can bring my birds to Australia...in Japan also, very rare strawberry finch and expensive, about 200$-250$ 1 pair.
  • Michiyo - 2011-08-10
    P.S
    In Japan case, imported from Belgium and Spain. Can you ask any
    bird shops? and I don't know in Au can imported from that...hope you can!
    Sure my strawberry finches made in Spain!
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