Updated MAY 20th, 2021

WWW.ZEBRAFINCH.COM

 ACADIANA AVIARIES

Garrie Landry

Franklin, Louisiana 70538

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Java Sparrows

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Zebra Finch Genetics Book

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Goose, Duck & Chicken Hatching eggs

BIRDS BREEDING BELGIUM

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Now more about Acadiana Aviaries and the birds!

Thank you for visiting Zebrafinch.com. Please also visit my other website WWW.EXOTICDOVE.COM Let me tell you a little bit about my avicultural history. My experience in keeping birds dates back to childhood, because my parents kept birds. As a teenager I started my own collection of cage birds beginning with Ringneck Doves, Cockatiels, and Zebra Finches. I still keep all of these and much, much more! In 1980, I named my bird farm Acadiana Aviaries. After all, I grew up in Acadiana (the heart of Cajun country), and my entire family is comprised of native, French speaking Acadians. I too understand and speak local Louisiana French. My choice many years ago for the name of the farm, Acadiana Aviaries, sounded good then and it still does today! I thank my family and friends for all their support thoughout the years.

Currently, there are many buildings which make up the bird farm. The largest building is 130 feet long and 30 feet wide; it houses an untold number of birds (several thousand, seriously!) which occupy 76 walk-in flight cages under one roof! These flights are home to finches, Diamond doves, Exotic doves, and Button Quail. The farm has several other buildings;

As of Feb 2013 I have sold my collection of Zebra Finch and Society mutations
I kept a select few birds but no longer ship any finches.
SALES ONLY AT FARM

I will still keep and breed a few zebras but not many and no large show birds.

 

For over 25 years I kept and bred Victoria Crowned Pigeons (read about them here), I no longer have them but I sure have good memories of many years with them. Around my main building is a yard containing a few varieties of domestic geese currently mostly Brown Chinese (hatching eggs available of some Geese, see below for more info) to name a few, Plus I use to have both Charmain, and Sweeny my two Pygmy Goats. They are both gone now and I do miss them very much, they use to follow me around everywhere!

So you can see we have at lot of "stuff' that keeps all of us very busy! Just read my Favorite Poem.

If you want to, you can even take a tour of my Bird Farm and visit my tropical garden (it's a great place to get away from the birds :) see all of the buildings and look in the flights and cages.

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This website is dedicated to the friends of my past who were the best "bird" friends a fellow could have had.

 

EDMOND LANDRY, JEANERETTE, LA

EDDIE ZAHN - SAN ANTONIO, TX,

JOE CALLOURA - LAKE CHARLES, LA

CHARLES "CHUCK" BEGNAUD - LAFAYETTE, LA

OZAIRE AND MARGARET TRAHAN, MAURICE LA

JIM HULSEY - FT. WORTH, TX

CARTWRIGHT EUSTIS - NEW ORLEANS, LA

MARGARET & ELTON VIOLA, METAIRIE, LA

PAT MAU - HONOLULU, HI

JIM BIXLER - LAFAYETTE, LA

LARRY BRAZIL, TUPELO, MS

CRAWFORD MADDUX, DALLAS, TX

SISTER MCDUFFY, SACRED HEART GRAND COTEAU, LA

MRS. NOLAN VERRET, FRANKLIN, LA

EVERETTE GOUNER III, JEANERETTE, LA RIP dear friend!