Front entrance of aviary.
Rocky, an Orange-Winged Amazon (1979-2012).
Sinbad, a Double-Yellow Amazon.
The Hamilton Aviary has many Cockatiels!
Ron, a Green-Wing Macaw.
Mille, a female Eclectus. The female Eclectus parrot has vastly different colourings from the male couterparts.
Puff Mom, a Female Indian Ringneck Parakeet.
Rosie, is a Rose-breasted Cockatoo.
Rosie is very friendly and loves perching on a finger.
Rosie is investigating a bush.
Dwight is our Loud Catalina Macaw.
Umbrella Cockatoo Cage
Jessie is an Umbrella Cockatoo. She loves to entertain audiences with her feather displays and dance maneuvers.
Our African Grey Timneh is named Flint. He obliges us with a clicking sound, when his beak is pressed.
Bubette is a spirited Blue and Gold Macaw. She shares a cage with her partner, Billy.
Our Hybrid Macaw is named Dwight. He is one of our bigger parrots and enjoys saying "Goodbye" to us.
Mya, a Double Yellow-Headed Amazon, is bilingual. She speaks both English and French and can captivate an audience with her rendition of "Alouette".
Here's Billy, Bubette's buddy, hanging in his cage.
Our Greenwing Macaws, Ron and Jenny, are a bonded pair.
Baby is a Moluccan Cockatoo. He is a reminder of the days when the aviary collection was still at Dundurn Castle. We had a pair of Moluccan Cockatoos and our precocious cockatoo is their offspring.
Closeup of Baby
Baby is a clown, and loves to attract attention. Here he is hanging upside down for our benefit.
An assortment of handheld parrots on their perches.
Another view of our hand-held parrots.
Orange-Winged Amazon and Moluccan Cockatoo.
Orange-Winged Amazon eating.
The budgies brighten up the aviary all year long.
The Hamilton Aviary has many varieties of Finches.
Sinbad and Mya are a bonded pair of Double Yellow-Headed Amazons.
Another view of the two Double Yellow-Headed Amazons, showing off the exotic mural on their cage wall.
Sydney is our delightful Senegal parrot.
Closeup of Sydney
Sydney has always love human touch.
Albert and Sisco share a cage. The Senegals perch in front of a detailed painting of a Acacia tree.
There is always a varied collection of Cockatiels.
A bonded pair of Plum-Headed Parrots share this cage.
Toby is a Lesser Sulphur-Crested Parrot.
Toby kindly shared his home with others, including Duchess, a Derbyan and a Moustached Parakeet.
This male Indian Ringneck goes by the name of Charlie.
Female Lutino Indian Ringneck.
An unnamed Moustached parakeet.
Plunky, the Sun Conure and Joey, a Green-Cheeked Conure are an unlikely bonded pair.
Jessie, the Umbrella Cockatoo, playing with her food.
Rocky and Jessie looking expectant.
The Hamilton Aviary purchased a pair of Galahs for their millennium project. Since then this pair has successfully reared several offspring.
The handheld parrots often come out of their cages in the the morning for socializing.
Our beautiful female Eclectus is called Millie.
Millie and Flint, grooming each other.
Once the weather warms up, many of the birds retreat to their outdoor cages. These two screened extensions are used by the Macaws.
The Aviary also has several cages of Ground Fowl. This cage is used by a pair of Silkie Chickens.
The Peacock enjoys parading his feathers around the Peahen.
Another free-standing outdoor pen temporarily encloses a pair of Call Ducks.
Our outdoor cages include some uncommon pigeons: a French Lahore and some Fantail Pigeons
Our male Lady Amherst Pheasant is a beautiful bird, showing off his bright colours for everyone to see.
Kerrie is our Red-Lored Amazon Parrot
Zebra Finches on a Branch
Beautiful Strutting Rooster