We are not yet keeping a waiting list for Eclectus parrots.
They are relatively new for us and we need to make sure they are settled and comfortable before they start to breed.
The Eclectus Parrot (Eclectus Roratus) is a parrot native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea and nearby islands, northeastern Australia, and the Maluku Islands (Moluccas). It is unusual in the parrot family for its extreme sexual dimorphism of the colors of the plumage; the male having a mostly bright emerald green plumage and the female a mostly bright red and purple/blue plumage. For many years it was thought that the male and female Eclectus were different species of parrots due to their vastly different coloration.
Large populations of this parrot remain, and they are sometimes considered pests for eating fruit off of trees. Some populations restricted to relatively small islands are comparably rare. Their bright feathers are also used by native tribespeople in New Guinea as decorations.
There are 9 subspecies, and three dubious, or hypothetical subspecies. One extinct species, the Oceanic Eclectus Parrot, was discovered in the fossil record in the late 1980's.
We do not currently have an open waiting list for these beauties. Once they settle in and start breeding, then we'll start a list. They need time to get relaxes and used to the new environment.