Edmonton Pet Parrot Association Show

Terry57

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Hawkhead(Darwin),YCA(Dexter),VE (Ekko),OWA(Slater),BHP(Talli),DYH(Calypso),RLA(Kimera),Alex(Xander)CBC(Phoe),IRN (Kodee,Luna,Stevie),WCP (Pisces),CAG(Justice)GCC (Jax), GSC2(Charley)
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Kiwibird

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1 BFA- Kiwi. Hatch circa 98', forever home with us Dec. 08'
What a great idea to introduce the public (who may be considering a bird) to parrots in a no-pressure environment!
 
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Terry57

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Hawkhead(Darwin),YCA(Dexter),VE (Ekko),OWA(Slater),BHP(Talli),DYH(Calypso),RLA(Kimera),Alex(Xander)CBC(Phoe),IRN (Kodee,Luna,Stevie),WCP (Pisces),CAG(Justice)GCC (Jax), GSC2(Charley)
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I think so too, April! They are going to have all kinds of information boards, as well as the parronts to speak to people about the different species and their needs. I can't wait!
 

Hawk

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5 Parrots, 8 year old Blue-fronted Amazon, 2 1/2 yr. old African Grey, 2 3/4 year old Senegal. 5 month old ekkie, 5 month old Albino parakeet. Major Mitchell Cockatoo, passed away at age 68.
Bird fairs are pretty cool....this is an upcoming Michigan one.



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About Our Club and Rescue

Rainbow Feathers Bird Club and Rescue is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit caged / companion bird rescue and a bird club. We are located in southeastern Michigan in Garden City. As a club we default.htmlmeet once a month at the United Methodist Church located at 6443 Merriman Rd. in Garden City, MI 48135.
We also operate a parrot rescue dedicated to finding new forever homes for companion birds. When a parrot is surrendered into our rescue it is placed in foster care in one of our many members homes. The surrendered bird will receive a veterinary visit with an avian vet to ensure it is healthy and able to be adopted. The foster parent is also charged with the task of ensuring the bird is on a pelleted and healthy diet. Once it has been determined that the surrendered bird is available for adoption we activity attempt to locate a new forever home for it. One of the most important criteria for adopting a companion parrot from our rescue is that the person adopting knows about the bird species they desire to adopt. Because of this fact we do not list what types of parrots are in foster care at any given time. A prospective adopter must fill out an adoption application that tells us about that person’s knowledge of the type of bird they are interested in adopting. Another stipulation in our adoption procedure is that if the adopted bird doesn’t work out in its new home the parrot will be returned to our rescue. Anyone interested in surrendering or adopting a parrot please contact Dave & Tammy Carol at 734-422-5981 or by e-mail
[email protected] you can also contact Steve Plafchan at 734-513-0030 or by e-mail [email protected].
Because we are non-profit all donations to our rescue of used cages, food, cash and checks are tax deductible on your income taxes. Our meetings are open to anyone and we welcome guests. We also participate in many bird fairs, festivals and pet adoption events. If you are interested in meeting us at an event go to the Upcoming Events tab on this web site to see a listing of places that our club will be at in the near future.
 
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