to choose a new Quaker Parakeet When choosing a Quaker Parakeet for a pet (or
any other bird for that matter) you should first ask yourself what do I want in a bird? Do
I want a bird that talks? Is cuddly? Cute? Intelligent?
Where do Blue and Yellow
Quakers come from?
Blue Quakers were a mutation that showed up in the wild many years ago.
Have you seen a YELLOW Quaker Parrot? There are only a couple dark, eyed,
yellow quakers and Tom is breeding them. Check out Tom's page.
Taming a Quaker
With time and patience I think it's possible to tame/re-tame a quaker. Getting his wings
clipped is definitely the place to start.
is a page where you will have access to most of the sound files from the
web sites on QuakerVille. You will be able to listen to quakers in the wild and in homes
across the country. You will love the sounds these birds make.
Gallery Here are some neat Quaker parrot art photos.
quakerville.com is proud to make available some fine Stanley's
quakerville.com logo branded products.
Links to interesting Avian publications.
Quaker Candy, Birdy Bread, Pancakes, and more. Check the recipes here for a real
Home-Made Quaker treat.
Feral Habitat ]
Here are slide shows about the Wild Quaker flocks in Florida.
Back Yard Parrots
Those of us at quakerville.com are interested in the "Wild Parrot
Flocks" in North America that have been growing in numbers over the past few decades.
Many people across the country, mostly South Florida, are able to enjoy these birds right
from their back yard. We are bringing you several sites posted below that feature photos
and comment about wild Quakers and other parrots seen in back yards. Here are the current
"Back Yard" pages for your enjoyment.
Weather temps. from QuakerVille family cities. (works)
What you should Know...
Debbie Stevens is a quaker slave to, Ernie and Snickerdoodle. She is going to
help explain "What you should know before buying a Quaker Parrot."
Here is the Quaker Parakeet Society. Join people like yourself in an
organization based around keeping, raising, selling, and enjoying the Quaker
[Carolyn Jordan] Memorial to a good
friend and Quaker parrot hero.
A Parrot Christmas
Stanley, the cute Quaker parrot, relates a Christmas
story that has been featured on QuakerVille since it was first started in 1995. People
from all over the world have read and commented on the story so I offer it here as a
featured seasonal story. "A Parrot Christmas"