These fruit and nectar eaters are still common in the wild but they are captured and exported in such numbers that it is only time before their numbers will fall. Pandemonium has a breeding program in place to develop husbandry standards so that birds can be bred in the US instead of removing them from the wild.
Dartanian, our Chinese Golden Pheasant, is very colorful when his tail is in full feather. When he is molting, his body looks quite sad. Dartanian has been at Pandemonium since he was a chick.
These jeweled colored bundles of energy are always in motion. No matter how many times we try to count the Pandemonium residents we always come up with a different number. It’s impossible to watch Gouldian finches at play and not feel joyful.
These adorable birds really do look like 2 inch miniature owls. They are fast fliers and blend well into the vegetation so they are difficult to spot. They eat just about anything and regularly steal food from the Blue Neck Tanagers that share their aviary.
These stunning feathered friends look like Las Vegas show girls, complete with eye makeup and fancy headdresses. They eat blueberries and papayas so they also share the expensive tastes of glamorous entertainers. Their exotic palates cost a pretty penny...visit our Donate page if you are interested in sponsoring blueberries and papaya for the birds!