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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Michiyo - 2011-08-08
Hi I have 1 pair strawberry finch and male changing to the body color to Fading red,not beauty red..anyone knowing the reason?
what is not enough ? foods?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-08
    You are probably in molting season right now and all their feathers are chaging out for new ones. The males sometimes will fade with age. It is also said that males can turn a lighter color without sunlight. You could try a UV light in the room or area. If you are asking about color foods/drops etc, that is for canaries - I haven't ever heard of it for finches.
  • Anonymous - 2011-08-10
    Thank you answer to me! I will do...give UV light (sun)to my lovely Strawberry finches! In Tokyo very hot,and if I can't.. will get a Full spectrum light in my room :)
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litza lopez - 2009-02-15
PEDRO NUNEZ Comunicate con Litza Lopez 407-748-6615 estoy interesada en una pareja de stawberry finch.

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  • Ricardo Santaella - 2011-02-27
    Hola favor dejame saber si los consigues y donde.

    Ricardo
  • angel carrion - 2011-05-20
    Por favor si encuentras strawberry finches e mail .

    Please, if you find any strawberry finches email.
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Ronald - 2010-07-08
We are in south africa, and are a couple of finch lovers that want to import the finches that's no longer available to us. Can anyone help us or give us contact details of finch exporters to south africa?

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  • kosie - 2010-08-24
    Hi, we export.
  • Eben Holtzhausen - 2011-02-12
    Did you come right. I am also looking to bring birds in, let me know if you came right.
  • Eben Holtzhausen - 2011-03-30
    Kosie, give us more details please.
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Badernouman - 2009-06-25
I live in Pakistan and I have lots of strawberry finches. I want them to sale but I dont know how export them for abroad buyers.

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  • Ronald - 2010-07-08
    We are in south africa, we can help to import them to us, we have the contacts here. You must just get a vet to sign them of after being in quarantine. They are a high demand here because they are very scarce.
  • Anonymous - 2010-07-20
    Hi do you still have lots of strawberry finches and do you still want to sell them?
  • Mubashar - 2010-07-21
    In which city you live in Pakistan, I am from Lahore and wand to buy, if you to sale please email me or call me.
    Mobil # 0321 4403844
  • Nadeem - 2010-12-20
    Hi. I am Nadeem From Mansera. I want to buy a pair of strawberry finches. Plz contact Email...nshahzad224@yahoo.com
    Cell......03229969502
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Karen - 2009-05-06
I am wondering if there are any breeders for strawberry finches in the California area - I am interested in buying a pair.

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  • adrian castillo - 2010-11-04
    Hello to all if anyone needs any strawberrys please contact www.exoticfinch.com they have the best selection of exotic finches,they also have strawberry finches for sale. Their number is 916 849 4755.
    They have parrot finches, forbes, blue face, red face, seagreens, pied red face, pied seagreens, and many more. They have very good prices. They are located in california......
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Lisa - 2009-07-11
To Badernourman - I know that World of Birds can help you bring the Strawberry Finches in the country.
A few years ago, I got a pair of Goldbreast from Paul & Mandy in Alabama called Singingwings.com.
Call this number 303 -433-4329. They also have a location in Colorado.
Great people but could no longer find strawberrys,
My gorgeous 8 year okd died today and my heart is sadden.
She was so sweet and listened to me talk to her, she also had a tiny song, like her male who sang his little heart out.
Please do what you can to bring my favorite bird back.

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  • mike - 2010-02-18
    I don't think that encouraging the catching of wild birds is appropriate, lisa.
    Birds that were common very recently are becoming endangered due to uncontrolled trapping for the cagebird trade.
    I think you should try to find a reputable supplier with captive-bred birds and if that is impossible you may have to try a different species.
    There are other beautiful small birds with charming personalities that are not threatened by lack of control from authorities.
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Monique - 2009-10-29
There is a bird breeder in White Plains, NY: EURO AVIARY. Has anyone ever used them or have any information on them.

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pat - 2009-03-15
I have been searching for a (young)pair of strawberry finches with absolutely no results. Can anyone steer me in the right direction, please?

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Leslie - 2009-03-12
I have a lovely little female. She has become so accustomed to me that she dances on the perch or side of cage closest to me and sings. I would love to find her a male.

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Hassan - 2008-10-20
Hi, I'm from Pakistan. There you can see, in fields, a lot of redberry finches in Pakistan. The prey man sells them to shops. I have two pairs. Even though I have succeeded to breed them in my avairy room, I got eggs by the cross of a female berry finch with a male society finch. But when the chick came out, no one would feed it. After three days I founded it dead.

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