Last Updated;

23 June 2016

 

Bev@BevsBirds.com

 

Females

   Red Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Red Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Red Headed Lilac Breasted (Limited)

   Red Headed White Breasted (Available)

 

   Black Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Black Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Black Headed Lilac Breasted (Limited)

   Black Headed White Breasted (Available)

 

   Yellow Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Yellow Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Yellow Headed White Breasted (Limited)

 

 

 

What's Available!

Iím shipping again in September through the end of November.†

I and am taking orders for those birds now.

 

Please let me know what head colors, breast colors, and genders

you would like and Iíll send you a quote.

 

A deposit or full payment, detailed in the quote, assures your place

on the waiting list or in the queue to ship.

 

*Birds hatched from September through January normally start their first molt (get their adult plumage) in April.† The time it takes them to molt varies, making it difficult to know when they will be ready to ship.† Birds hatched from February through April (the end of the breeding season), usually donít molt until the next spring.

 

Males

   Red Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Red Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Red Headed Lilac Breasted (Available)

   Red Headed White Breasted (Limited)

 

   Black Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Black Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Black Headed Lilac Breasted (Available 2017)

   Black Headed White Breasted (Available 2017)

 

   Yellow Headed Purple Breasted (Available)

   Yellow Headed Purple/White Breasted (Available)

   Yellow Headed Lilac Breasted (Limited)

   Yellow Headed White Breasted (Available)

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Bev's Birds

All of Bevís Gouldianís are Ďgreen backí

(the Ďnormalí type).†

I donít raise mutations such as yellow or blue bodied.

This is a picture of a red headed purple breasted female.

Note:

Purple/White Breasted means the bird is purple breasted and carries the white breasted gene.† So if bred to a white breasted bird the offspring would be purple breasted or white breasted.

Lilac breasted females are difficult to visually identify.† Please inquire if you would like a lilac breasted female.