AJ'S Feathered Friends
  From Our Family To Yours ... :) 

Hand Tame Exotic Birds - From Our Family To Yours

Central American Scarlet Macaw Baby
 Now Taking Deposit
Monday       12-5
Tuesday      12-5
Wednesday  CLOSED
Thursday     12-6
Friday          12-6
Saturday      12-6
Sunday        10-2

Wing & Nail Clipping

Wing & Nail Clippings are done Fri-Sat-Sun only until our new staff is properly trained.  Then we will go back to all week wing and nail trimmings.

Small Bird         $5
Medium Bird     $10
Large Bird         $15
XLg Bird           $20
(Hyacinth, Moluccan)

Small to Medium Birds are done through out the week - no need for appointment
Large to XLg Birds please make appointment for Saturdays or Sundays


804 N. La Fox Street, South Elgin, IL 60177

804 N. La Fox Street (Rte 31)

South Elgin, IL 60177

Tel: (847) 695-5624

Website Updated October 9, 2017

Dr. Scott McDonald January 4th 2018



Running on 4 1/2 years of excellent customer satisfaction with hopefully many more to come! Thank you to all customers for your loyalty and support! 

Hi guys, We picked Ozzy up the day after Christmas 2015 and were so pleased with the way you treated us and the blue crown we brought home. Thought I would drop you a line and let you know that he is wonderful. He is fully flighted and has free roam of the house when we are here. The biggest challenge is keeping him away from the junk food as one of the first things he said was IS IT DINNER TIME, I believe that he had a sweet giggle when we first came home the may have came from you daughter, sadly he has not repeated that. Ozzy has a  huge vocabulary and brings great joy to us. Thanks so much!!!!! - April, 2016

     AJ's reputation has been exceeding our expectations with each and every passing day, and I can't say how much it humbles me, the family, and the staff.  It makes me proud to know that we have customers following us from all over the country waiting for our raised / tame and socialized babies. 
    Our avian friends do not hatch trusting humans automatically.  It takes time, patience, tactics, and much training and taming to break through a birds trust barrier in order to help them open up to  become social, and accept you as part of their "flock".  Using the right tactics for socialization is detrimental during the weaning process in order to give the bird a real chance at a forever family, and reduce the chances of rehoming.  Our goal is to create a friend, a family member, and a loved one that can be included in family memories, and in your heart. 
    With an excellent staff that supports the vision, and whom trains and learns with us everyday, the store could not have been blessed with a better opportunity to show the world what birds are all about.  
                                                                                ~J. Malinish, Owner