Parrot Society of New Zealand

logoThe Parrot Society of New Zealand was formed in late 1991 to fill the niche market for Parrot Breeders in this country.

Our overseas membership is however growing much faster than that for New Zealand.

The primary objectives of the Society are to encourage the breeding of every parrot in New Zealand whether it be in the wild or captivity and to produce a high quality magazine devoted entirely to parrots. Pet owners are also catered for.

Our logo is a stylised Kakapo, one of the world's rarest parrots.

Join the Parrot Society and enjoy the benefits of membership.

Member benefits

  • Parrot magazine - 3 issues a year
  • Sales & services including books, leg-rings and other parrot related items.
  • Monthly newsletter
  • Bird sales (from bird clubs and societies around the country).
  • Quarterly General Meetings - one held away from Auckland each year.
  • Aviary tours.
  • How to workshops - eg How to Handrear and Train Parrots
  • Information on Parrots in New Zealand - both native and exotic.
  • Parrots for Sale - classified advertising and breeders own home page
  • Parrot News in New Zealand - news on parrots in NZ both wild & captive.
  • Support from and contact with other parrot owners around New Zealand

worldThe Parrot Society of New Zealand Website Manager is owned by four small pet parrots (two Conure and two Lovebirds). She is not an expert on all parrot or web related matters, but will answer mail and the phone. When you ask questions related to breeding parrot species, you may have to be referred to to someone who can answer.

The Parrot Society's breeders have a wealth of knowledge but their priority is managing their own flocks. While they may take time to answer your forwarded query, please don't let this put you off asking a question.