Can best be divided into three groups with different degrees of difficulty in keeping and breeding.
It is wisest to start with the birds from the easiest group, when these have been bred, purchases of the more difficult
birds can be paid for from the sale or exchange of young birds.
Firstly bird keeping cost money, but it does not have
to keep you poor as long as you can feed your birds when you breed them you can either sell the young to purchase other species
or you may find some people might exchange young to bring in new blood lines to their stock birds.
GROUP 1 FOR THE BEGINNER WITH LITTLE BIRD-KEEPING EXPERIENCE.
GROUP 2 FOR THOSE WITH SOME EXPERIENCE OF FINCH BREEDING.
BLUE-FACED PARROT FINCH
RED-HEADED PARROT FINCH
GROUP 3. ONLY FOR THE EXPERIENCED(AND SOMETIMES
AMONG THE PARROT FINCHES.
THE PIN-TAILED BUT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO BREED.