Quiet Birds for Sale in Nebraska

Quiet Birds in Nebraska

Oodle
Pickens
Species
Finch
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aviary birds. Would need to supply your own cage. Not tame. All very healthy and fairly quiet (chirping and cooing ). Eat bird seed. Pls or email if seriously…

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Oodle
St. Louis
Species
Eclectus
Age
N/A
Color
Red, Scarlet
Sex
Female

Scarlet is a exquisite female Eclectus. Her previous owner recently passed away. Scarlet started

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Oodle
Gladwin
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Bonded pair laid eggs once but conditions weren t right. Quiet birds mail is fairly friendly

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Oodle
Webster
Species
Conure
Age
N/A
Color
Blue
Sex
N/A

year old conure needs a home. Comes with cage toys and food. He does get nippy but with training he will be fine. Very quiet. Does say a few words. Photos…

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Oodle
M. Vineyard
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Quiet trail horse free to ride with owner week day AM s for an hour.Must be experienced English

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Oodle
Manhattan, KS
Species
Dove
Age
Young
Color
N/A
Sex
Male

in our after hours kennels. These doves are very handelable and quiet will make nice pets come meet them

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Oodle
Wichita, KS
Species
Conure
Age
N/A
Color
Green, Pineapple
Sex
N/A

conures are fairly quiet making them good apartment birds.Green Cheeks are Sweet little parrots that are most playful and loving. They are curious energetic…

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Oodle
Denver, CO
Species
Cockatoo
Age
N/A
Color
N/A
Sex
Female

Lucy SB Umbrella CockatooCacatua albaWhen spending time in the bird room Lucy calls home at The Gabriel Foundation it is easy to not realize she is even…

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Oodle
Denver, CO
Species
Parrot
Age
N/A
Color
Orange
Sex
Male

Mako is a shy wild-caught Senegal parrot. While he is not able to be handled at this time he enjoys the company of people. He loves visitors and becomes…

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Palmyra, NE
Species
African Grey Parrot
Age
Adult
Ad Type
Adoption
Sex
N/A

This pair of Grey's are very quiet & shy. The female wants to be in the nestbox. The male is more friendly. They make a coo sound that's pretty. I have…

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