The Society for Breeders of African and Asiatic Small Finches
Page last updated: 24 February 2019
Members of the Waxbill Finch Society may use this facility to advertise their surplus birds or to post wanted or exchange ads. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your requested information, your contact details, and your WFS membership number. When selling birds, we also ask that you include a price to prevent any misunderstanding with potential buyers.
Running time of the ad will be at the webmaster’s discretion (usually 6 to 8 weeks) or until the advertiser requests removal, whichever comes first. You may request alteration of your ad or an extension of the expiry date at any time. If you do not have email, please phone Darren Smith on 01634 290 544. Many thanks.
IMPORTANT: Please read the notice at the bottom of this page and note the conditions of placing all advertisements.
|For Sale||24 Feb 19||30 Apr 19||For sale:
2018 unrelated parent-reared Bluecap Waxbills: £100 pair;
2018/ 2017 unrelated parent-reared Red Cheeked Cordon Blues: £110 pair;
2018 parent-reared cock Red Cheeked Cordon Blue: £50;
2018 parent-reared cock Black bellied Firefinches: £50 each;
2018 (Late) unrelated parent-reared Vinaceous Firefinches: £330 pair.
|Please contact Alan (South Yorks/North Notts border)
Tel: 07740 061 342
|For Sale||03 Feb 19||31 Mar 19||For sale:
Pair: £65; cock bird: £25.
|Please contact Emma (Canvey Island, Essex area)
Tel: 07984 534 193
|For Sale||28 Jan 19||31 Mar 19||For sale:
Black and White Mannikins:
Parent reared 2018 bred DNA sexed £80 a pair.
Parent reared 2018 bred single birds DNA sexed £45 each.
Unsexed birds also available at £35 each.
|Please contact Adrian (Hertfordshire collection)
|For Sale||04 Jan 19||28 Feb 19||For sale:
2018 outside aviary bred, parent reared, unsexed - £15.00 each.
2018 outside aviary bred, parent reared, as yet unsexed - £25.00 each.
2018 cage bred, parent reared, unsexed - £25.00 each.
Will exchange or part-exchange for young red avadavats, CBMs or other mannikins.
|Please contact Dave (East Sussex)
Please note that in the interests of avoiding unwanted visitors to your bird room, some would suggest that you should not use a landline telephone number as your response mechanism. A mobile phone number or email address would be preferable. Note the advice given by Cage and Aviary Birds: "Anyone advertising birds for sale is advised not to give details of their whereabouts to unfamiliar callers ringing on mobile phones. We recommend that you ask for a landline number and call them back. If you are still suspicious, arrange to meet at a neutral location."
It is a condition of placing all advertisements that the advertiser accepts all and any risks, the Waxbill Finch Society can take no responsibility for any consequences resulting from the placing of any advertisement.