We here at All About Birds aim to provide a comprehensive and well researched site that all people no matter what their specialty or level of experience can utilize.

We will endeavour to achieve this by drawing on Craig’s lifelong love of birds, knowledge, and expertise. He has an extensive knowledge of genetics and colour mutations as well as a heart felt passion and desire to breed quality birds.

We breed a diverse selection of Australian, Asiatic, Amazon and African Parrots as well Green Cheek Conures and all colour mutations.

Bird lovers and Aviculturists require an enormous amount of real commitment to ensure the preservation of aviary populations of birds in Australia.

Ever since Craig Aquilina was a young boy, he has been fascinated by birds and interested in their conservation. In 1979, Craig and his father purchased a yellow peach face parrot from Merrylands pets and aquarium’s. They were instantly “Bitten by the Bug” so to speak. They then were to join such clubs as the African Love Bird Society of NSW and The Parrot Society of NSW and experience the blessings of establishing life long friendships and associations with other bird enthusiasts.

It is from these humble beginnings, that Craig has established himself as a reputable bird breeder of both aviary birds and hand raised companion birds for the public throughtout Australia.

Rare birds stolen from Sydney home

Bird owners beware! A pair of exotic macaws were stolen from a home in Western Sydney last week. Worth up to AUD$8,000 each, the birds were taken from their cage in the early afternoon.

Baby Alexandrine happy snaps

It’s been a while, but we’ve finally updated our photo gallery with the latest photos of our baby Alexandrine parrots at various stages of development.

2009 Breeding season

Thank you to all of you who have expressed an interest and/or placed an order for a new Green Cheek Conure, African Grey or Alexandrine. The response we’ve received since launching the All About Birds website has been tremendous! Unfortunately, due to the unusual weather we have experienced this winter, the breeding season has been delayed by approximately 6 weeks. But don’t worry! We will be getting in touch with you soon to finalise you orders.