We will coordinate flight times with our customer a few days in advance before the bird is being shipped (weather permitting). The customer is supplied with the airline, flight number(s), air waybill/tracking number, and flight arrival time prior to departure. It is recommended that the customer arrive at the airport no later than the expected flight arrival time so that your bird is not waiting at the airport for any length of time.
We will contact our customer once again on the day of shipment before the bird departure our aviary. A return call, text or e-mail to JC aviary letting us know that the bird(s) arrived safely is greatly appreciated.
Shipping charges generally range between $185 – $275 nationwide.
Any bird that leaves our aviary must be paid in full before the bird is shipped.
We offer shipping within the U.S. We do NOT offer international shipping to any other country.
- How does shipping work?
- Is shipping safe for the birds?
- What is inside/on top of the shipping carrier?A weaned bird comes with extra food (Pellets/Seeds mix) inside a ziplock lock bag that will last you a few days.Un-weaned bird comes with a hand-feeding syringe, pellets/seeds that the baby is being weaned on and baby formula that will last you a few days.Manila folder with an Avian vet health certificate, disease testing lab report, bird care (Tips and Advice), favorites fruits/veggies list and hatch certificate is attached on top of every shipping carrier.
- Does the price of a bird on our website include shipping or DNA?
- How much is the shipping cost?
- Do we guarantee our shipping and what's the return policy?
- Do birds come with a health guarantee?
- Bringing your new bird home.... (Settling in)
When you get home, put your bird in the cage and let him/her be. He/She needs time to adjust to his/her surroundings. No matter how cute he/she is, how much you want to show him/her off, or how much the kids want to have him/her perch on their fingers, let your bird be.
Give him/her a day of peace to adjust. Offer him/her water, fruits/veggies along with pellets/seed mix as soon you get home.
* Moustaki, N. (2005). Parrots for dummies. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Pub.