October 2, 2016

CWA Adoption Fees

Central Wyoming Adoption Fees

All adoption fees listed are an average fee. Fees are subject to change. They are based on age of the bird, health, etc.

Adoption fees (all fees include the birds cage) IF the bird has a cage, so please ask! If you choose to purchase a cage, please run it by one of our board members, as we do have minimum cage size requirements): Please do not argue with us about charging an adoption fee. Your adoption fee pays for the next bird in need of a home. Without this fee, we could not take in another bird. Central Wyoming Aviary is run and dependent on donations, the fees we charge do not cover our expenses for these birds in most cases.

Parakeets –  $25.00-$75.00

Lovebirds  $50-$100

Cockatiels  – $50.00-$100.00

Parrotlets, Indian Ringnecks: $150.00-$250.00

Conures: $125.00-$225.00

Senegals, Lories, Meyers, Caiques, large Asiatic species (such as Alexandrine Parrots): $250.00-$350.00

Jardine Parrots, Pionus  $250.00-$450.00

Amazons, Miniature Macaws (Hahns, Severe, Illigers, Yellow-Collared), Small Cockatoos (Goffins Cockatoos, Bare-Eye Cockatoos, Long-Billed Cockatoos, etc…): $300.00-$500.00

Eclectus Parrots: $400-$600

Large (other) Cockatoos (M2′s, U2′s, Sulfur Crested Cockatoos, Citron Cockatoo, Triton Cockatoos, etc..), and African Greys,: $400.00-$600.00

Large (other) Macaws (B&G’s, Scarlet’s, Greenwings, etc..): $500.00-$700.00

• All of our birds have been vetted. Each bird – regardless of size or species – has been given a full well bird check with either a full physical with a fecal gram stain and cultures or a physical with blood work (or both – this is determined by the veterinarian). • All of our birds have either been converted to a healthy diet or we are working on converting the bird and we will help you continue that process if needed.

• Your adoption includes any follow up phone and/or e-mail consultations for education, nutrition, and behavior – if needed – at no charge.

A NOTE ON ADOPTION FEES: Please understand that our adoption fees help us cover vetting, food, toys and cages costs for the birds we rescue. . 

Cage size recommendations:

Parakeets, Cockatiels, Lovebirds, Quakers: 27”w x 24”d x 24″ h bar spacing 1/4″ to 1/2″

Ringnecks, Conures, Pionus, Lories, Meyers, Senegals: 32”w X 23”d x36″ h bar spacing 1/2″ to 5/8″

African Greys, Small Cockatoos, Eclectus, Amazons, Small Macaws: 36”w x 28”d x36″h bar spacing 3/4″ to 1″

Larger Cockatoos and Macaws: 48”w x 48d  x 60″h” bar spacing 1″ to 1.5″

Moluccans and Greenwing Macaws).80”w  x 48”d  x60″h  bar spacing 1″ to1.5″ 

Please understand that your bird might currently be in a smaller cage than our recommendations. Iit is our hope that you will eventually buy a bigger cage. The bigger the cage you can get for your feathered friend, the happier he will be.