Lories Limited
Wholesale Lories to the public

Located in Central Florida-USA

Dedicated to the preservation

and propagation of Lories

Lories available

Photos are of my adults and represent what type of Lory the chicks for sale are. I do not take payments on chicks that are not even hatched yet.  I only sell/commit chicks after they are hatched and I feel that they are on track.

 Prices quoted are for unsexed unweaned chicks unless stated otherwise. Because someone was confused as to if I sold eggs or not, let me state it clearly. I DO NOT SELL EGGS. I only list eggs coming up to give people an idea of what types are pending hatching in the near future.         Last updated 03/15/14   I am only selling hand feeding babies (that means unweaned) at this time. 

Blue Mountains (Swainson's)

Medium sized Rainbow.  Great pets. Great speech capability.  Breeds year round.

Edward's Lorikeet

Medium sized Rainbow.  Breeds mostly year round.

Forsten's Lorikeet

Medium sized Rainbow.   Breeds mostly year round.

Red Collared Lorikeets

Great pet, good speech capability.  Breeds February through Sept/October.

Red Lories

0 available. 

Handfeeding unsexed unweaned.  Breeds mostly year round.

Scaly-Breasted Lorikeet

 These guys are great little characters. Breeds mostly year round.

Blue Streaked Lories



Medium sized Lory. Beautiful striking birds.  Generally make great pets. Breeds March through September. 

Musk Lorikeet

Smaller type Lory.  About the size of a small Cockatiel with a shorter tail.  On the quiet side, has s nice warble when mature. Tends to make a good pet.  Breeds January through May/June

Chattering Lory

Large size Lory. Great speech capability.  Breeds January through May/June.

Yellow-Bibbed Lory

Large sized Lory in the Black Capped family. One of the best speech capabilities in the Lory family.  Breeds January through June/July.

$400 each

Green Naped Lorikeet

0 available

Medium sized Rainbow Lorikeet.  Breeds mostly year round.

$250 each

Ornate Lory

0 available

Medium-small sized Rainbow Lorikeet.  Breeds March through July.

$275 each

Black Lory

Large sized Lory.  Make great pets.  Breeds January through June/July.

Iris Lorikeet

apparently not thinking about laying

Smaller type of Lory.  Can eat half seed half nectar. Little Characters

Dusky Lories

0 available

Dusky Lories are very beautiful and entertaining but they tend to be a more of a high energy bird.  They also can be a little on the louder side.  Breeds April through July.

$350 each unsexed unweaned. 

Yellow Streaked Lory

0 available

Yellow Streaks are a larger lory (in the same family as the Black, Duvy and Cardinal)  They tend to be a very playful lory and will act like a baby for a long time.  (most of them)  Breeds January through June/July.

Price $425 each

Goldies Lorikeet

0 available

One of the smaller Lories available in the US.  They are about the size of a larg parakeet.  Tends to be a little on the shy side (some are little tigers) More on the quiet side.  Speech capability is on the mumbling side.  Breeds March through July/August

Price $225 each

Obi-Violet Necked Lory

0 available

One of the smaller Eos.  Abdomen is actually a very dark purple.  Breeds March through July.



Blue Crown Lory

One of the smaller Lories. They are about the size of a small Love bird.  They tend to be hardy.  They are playful and make a neat sound (sounds like a Blue Bird) and tend to be fearless.  They are definitely on the rare side in aviculture.

Cardinal Lory


A larger Lory.  They are the same size as Duvyenbode's or Black Lories.  They are playful.   These guys originate out of the Solomon Islands.  They are a bit on the rare side in aviculture.

$450 each

Olive Green Naped

1 available pending sexing

Olive Green Napes are a mutation of the normal Green Naped.

$275 each

Red Stella Lorikeet

0 available

Full package Lory.  Beautiful, graceful, playful and quiet.  One of the few dimorphic Lories.  Females have a yellow saddle patch on the back of their rump.

$750 unweaned

Melanistic Stella Lorikeet

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Same as the Red Lories but they are the Melanistic color.  I equate their color to Welch's Grape Juice (looks black from afar but up close and in sunshine they are a dark purple) Dimorphic males have solid red on the back flanks and sometimes under the vent area.