Welcome to Parrotshome4life where you can discover more about the wonderful array of parrots that I breed - African Greys, Cockatoos, and of course Macaws.
I take enormous pride in personally rearing high-quality parrots; each has the very best start in life in a spacious aviary in El Paso,Texas and receives expert care and attention during this time.
I care deeply for all of my birds, and offer a continuous after-sales service to ensure that both you and your new parrot are happy together, which means you can make your selection with complete confidence.
For more information on your favorite species, please select the type in which you are interested.I hope you enjoy finding out more about these amazing and beautiful birds.We are planning on adding more species later in future though we have few behind the aviary.Parrothome4life originated in 1997 when Scott bought the first 1/4 acre of a complex that now expands to more than 50 acres. What began as a small general store, repair shop.
The acre were native farm people, both growing up on small family farms .Scott worked hard to support what was soon a growing family. His mechanical expertise enticed him to open a small repair shop and gas station. Elizabeth helped by starting a small general store carrying the few necessities the local people needed: salt, sugar, oyster crackers, corn flakes, bulk cookies, canned salmon,soda pop and penny candy for the kids. Little did they know this small family business would someday become an internationally known attraction! Later, to supplement the family income (which now included 3 children), Scott was employed by the New Jersey State Game Department to trap predators marauding farm animals. This moonlighting was natural for Scott, who was always an avid sportsman. Most of the distress calls were from local farmers in the springtime, when bobcats, foxes, and raccoons had young to feed and preyed on the plentiful farm goats, sheep, chickens and ducks. Scott then kill the animals he caught in the spring – when the fur was of little value – Ralph built small enclosures around his garage to save them. Ralph's original intentions were to keep the animals until the fall when the pelts were valuable. When the time came, however, 3 small Space children. People around the area soon heard about the Scott Parrothome4life collection and would drive by to see it. They would buy some gas, maybe some candy and soda, and visit. Although he never intended it.