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Bird DNA Sexing Test

A DNA test is the simplest way to know with certainty the sex of a bird. Our sexing test will tell you if your bird is male or female with a 99,9% accuracy.

This test normally needs of a few feathers or a small blood sample of the bird, although it can also be carried out with eggshells and even other tissues.

Each result is sent with a certificate-card that includes the details of the specimen tested.

Take a Bird DNA Sexing Test in 4 simple steps:

1. PRINT THE FORMS


DNA BIRD SEXING Download and print the submission forms for the test. Fill in the documents with the required information.

Download the forms in PDF here.

2. PREPARE A PAPER ENVELOPE FOR EACH BIRD

DNA BIRD SEXING
Each sample must be sent separately in a clean paper envelope. Prepare one paper envelope for each bird you are going to test. Each envelope must be labeled with the same identification for the bird you have stated on the form.

3. COLLECT THE SAMPLES


DNA KITFollow the instructions provided on the paperwork to collect the samples. It is very important that you follow those instructions step by step and that you send the samples according to our instructions.

4. SEND YOUR SAMPLES AND PAPERWORK


Post the samples to us with the completed printed form to:

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DNA SOLUTIONS
17 Hanover Square
Mayfair London W1S 1BN
UK

Once the result is ready, we will contact you by email. A DNA sexing card will be issued for each bird tested and sent by post or email at your option.


BIRD DNA SEXING PRICES

Analysis of 1-3 bird samples
£13 per bird
Analysis of 4 or more bird samples*
£12 per bird

* Samples must be received together to take advantage of this offer.

We can analyse a great number of species, both exotic and common ones.

Among the most common species we receive, there are: African Greys (Psittacus), Lovebirds (Agapornis), Cockatiels (Nymphicus), Cockatoos, Amazonas, Rosellas (Platycercus), Senegal parrots or you-yous (Poicephalus), Parakeets (Psittacula), Finches (Carduelis), Serins and Canaries (Serinus), Budgerigars (Melopsittacus), Pigeons (Columba), Geese (Anser), Swans (Cygnus), etc.

We are also able to determine the sex of other less common species such as Pelicans (Pelecanus), Penguins (Spheniscus, Pygoscelis, Aptenodytes), Flamingos (Phoenicopterus), Owls (Athene and Tyto), Falcons (Falco), Eagles (Buteo), Vultures (Gyps), etc.