Please note, there is not longer instant registration. All new users will need to request membership by registering first. Once registered, I'll contact you with further details to be approved. Spammers have hindered our wonderful little community here, for this reason, I had to remove instant membership access until the problem can be solved. Best wishes, IMRAN-C
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- Location: Sacramento CA
Are there any Breeders in the Sacramento CA area on this site?
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I breed them but i am in SoCal! You might want to try magnolia bird farm! It's gunna be a drive for you but they have tons of African Rignecks. Hope this helps! The one in Riverside has them.
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- Location: Utah
I am also looking to get another pair of Africans but I live in Utah does anybody know of any or is there any one who ships?
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Hi can I please know what is the difference between a African ringneck and a Indian ringneck ? How do African and Indian ringnecks look like please
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Hi Bilalk064, the most noticeable difference between an IRN and a ARN is that the ARN has a darker and almost black beak. Hope I helped you.
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do you know breeders in New York City or near?