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  1. soultmatthews.chelsie

    Looking to rehome my conure.

    Iguazú is my male green cheek conure. I adopted him from a breeder about 4 years ago (Laura’s Little Parrots in Fort Worth, Texas). Long story short, my husband and I recently moved into an RV. We’re having a house built. Although we’ve chosen not to travel in the RV during this time (the next 3...
  2. B

    Rehoming Surprise Gifted Conure

    Hello, I was looking for resources or anyone in the Cleveland Ohio area that has been looking to own a Conure for a while. My ex (right before they dumped me) bought me a parrot as a surprise gift when they knew I was looking to join the Air Force in 6 months, I feel really guilty about this...
  3. M

    Looking to reconnect: Chicago B&G macaw named Maya

    Hello, My name is Skylar! I am looking to reconnect with a blue and gold macaw my parents rehomed shortly after I was born. Her name is Maya and she was born in 1991. My moms are veterinarians and they had a baby blue and gold come in to the emergency room with a burned esophagus and the...
  4. J

    Rehoming an IRN parrot to get a friendlier bird

    Two years ago my parents decided to get an Indian ringneck parrot, Jolly, one week after the unfortunate passing of our loved IRN Judy who died at 23 years of age. They wanted to get a male parrot as they're known to be friendlier and more active, however after having Jolly for a while, she...
  5. M

    Looking for an Aviary around north NJ to rehome by bourkes

    Most of the day they just hang around eachother and chill. I've tried giving them toys but they have not been interested. Sometimes I play videos of bourkes singing for the male. He loves to sing along and tries to find what he thinks are new birds in the house. He's really animated and excited...
  6. M

    Should I rehome my bourkes?

    I have 2 bourkes. My mother raised a male but didn't give it much attention so it doesn't like people. Recently he has become comfortable with me. He was not active and would sit by the window doing mostly nothing almost every day. I got another bourke for it and the 2 are close. This younger...
  7. Peachtheconure

    I need to re-home my sweet Green cheeked Conure.

    Peach is a lovely and very friendly and funny almost 2 year old Conure. She can fly on demand for pine nuts and loves to just be on your shoulder. My mom and I share her so she isn’t a one person gal. She isn’t a huge fan of my 9 year old son and occasionally bites him for no reason. She...
  8. S

    How to deal with sudden jealousy in Quaker Parrot?

    My partner and I have had our Quaker parrot Milo for 8 months, and he has just turned two. We decided to get a rehomed green cheek conure and bring her home to meet him. His attitude has completely changed towards me though, he has become jealous and aggressive. He doesn't seem to want to let...
  9. E

    I may need to rehome my Sun Conure, I feel hopeless and desperate.

    I have a Sun Conure named Gilly who was rehomed to me at the beginning of the year. He is 4 years old and he is the love of my love, he has the biggest personality and is extremely affectionate and loving. But like all Suns, he can be quite loud at times and needs lots of attention. I'm living...
  10. B

    Rehoming advice for budgie?

    Hello all! I'm really backed into a corner here and I figured this would be as good a place to ask as any- does anyone have any advice for rehoming a budgie? Particularly in southern california / fontana/san bernardino/la area? I have reached out to any and all parrot rescues, bird...
  11. chloe.millar

    Re-homing my green cheek conure :(

    Hi there! My name is Chloe, and I got Bree (my GGC) when I was 14. I did extensive research and felt extremely prepared to take care of her, and I was. Unfortunately due to mental health issues at that time, I was hospitalized, and when I got back my mother had gotten rid of her. Fast forward...
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  13. J

    Jeff is looking for a new home

    Hi everyone, I hope you are all well and coping ok in these weird times. I am posting with a heavy heart, because I find myself needing to re-home my gorgeous peachfaced lovvie Jeff Bridges (I know, the name is silly!) 
 His mate, Pearl, passed away about 10 days ago and Jeff is now sadly on...
  14. N

    Rehomed DYH Diet Transition

    Greetings everyone! New to the forum with 10 years of living with parrots under my belt. All but one of my birds are rescues or rehomes having been given to me, two from our local animal control. Recent addition is a DYH amazon, beautiful girl we’re calling Bonfire. I’m worried about this bird...
  15. M

    New to the community

    Good morning all you bird lovers! My name is Michael and I am new to this community. I have previously owned several birds including a tiel, peach and Fischer's Lovebirds, a quaker and my last and most precious is a TAG. But I am moving up into the world of large birds by welcoming home a 3 year...
  16. B

    Rehoming an Alexandrine in Texas

    Hi All, I have an Alex who is about 7-9 years old. We adopted him about 3 years ago, and have worked with him extensively during that time. He is a very loud boy who screams when I am home, expecting to be out of cage whenever I'm around. Having said that, I have been forced to work from...
  17. tavele

    Rehoming? my lesser blackwing Jardine

    Not 100%, but thinking of rehoming my parrot. She is wonderful, sweet, talks whistles and sings, about 11 years old now, prefers women, will step up to almost anyone, and is on a pellet and fresh diet. I have had her for a long time now, but the problem is with my husband. They do not get along...
  18. R

    New member in Florida

    I have been volunteering for a parrot rescue here in Florida and love them! I have learned so much and now I am looking to find my forever parrot! I hope to learn more here and make new parrot loving friends!!
  19. Conureflock

    Conure conundrum, please help

    I’ve asked for advice on this situation before but again have found myself in a conundrum, here’s my situation: I currently own 3 conures, I’ll reference them as 1,2 and 3 to stop confusion but don’t be worried, I genuinely love them all very much. 1 is the birdie I got first, 16 months ago when...
  20. 1oldparroter

    Want to Re Home Electus Parrot (s)

    I am 70 now and been studying parrots. There are only 5 species that aren't dander dusty and the Eclectus male is my choice of them. I am retired and on a limited income so I can't afford to buy such an expensive bird; but I can afford to feed and accommodate one and have the time to give it...
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