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Juveniles Currently Available

Here is a list of juvenile birds that are currently available.
McMurray Hatchery East African Crowned Crane

The East African Crowned Crane (balearica regulorum) is easy recognized by its striking crown of bristle feathers on the top of its head. These unique and rare birds are known for their energetic mating dance and keen eye sight. They are one of the only types of cranes that have the ability to perch and roost in trees.

McMurray Hatchery Lady Amherst Pheasant

Lady Amherst Pheasants (Chrysolophus amherstiae) are named for Lady Sarah Amherst who first introduced these ornamental pheasants in England. Males are spectacular, with their black and white nuchal cape, red crest, and long grey tail with red, blue, dark green, white and yellow plumage underneath. 

McMurray Hatchery Mute Swan

The White Mute Swan (Cygnus olor) is one of the most recognized of all of the swan varieties.  The White Mute Swan usually mates for life, and is often used as a symbol for love in ballets and fairy tales. These large, all-white swans have an orange billl with a prominent black knob at its base, and are known for their distinctive and graceful curved neck and downward bill as it swims. Mute Swans are restricted in several states due to regulations, we recommend checking with your state wildlife or regulatory agency before placing your order. 

McMurray Hatchery Whooper Swan Breeder Pair

The Whooper Swan (Cygnus cygnus) is nearly the size of a Trumpeter Swan. These large white swans have a black bill with a broad yellow patch covering most of its mandible. They are often found during the Winter months in the United Kingdom, and in Iceland in the Spring and Summer, and fly at high elevations reaching nearly 8,000 feet. These highly admired birds are the national bird of Finland, and their loud call is said to be the origin of the legend of the Swan Song