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***IMPORTANT NOTICE 6/4/2018*** - Unfortunately Birdline are now full with regard to rescue birds, and are currently UNABLE take additional birds into the charity. We will provide an update as soon as the position changes

WARNING – Please Be Aware 

If you are looking to re-home your parrot, please always use a reputable Parrot Rescue Organisation.

Always check to ensure the organisation you wish to use is registered with an approved organisation such as ‘The Charities Commission’ 

Please note that we only operate in England, Scotland and Wales. Birds going to be re-homed or safe housed must stay in one of these three countries 

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0 Replies and 425 Views Need help looking after my parrot for Holidays  425  0 Started by  J Ahmed Hi Guys I am not sure whether I am allowed to post this here. I have a Female Congo African Grey which is 2 years old and really friendly and tame bird, Me and wife are going Cyprus for Medical reasons and we need someone to look after our bird for 10 days. Bird is on a Stand and its never been in a cage. I can deliver the parrot with all the food, stand and accessories and can even give £10 for looking after for those 10 days. I am based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. I have fostered few b...
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28-09-2017 10:29 AM
3 Replies and 1678 Views Full Member Access.  1678  3 Started by  BadBadger Bit of a long story but my ACO arranged my membership as my wife and I do not have or want to have any cards to use online so I gave her the cash and she went of and sorted it out and confirmed it was done by text last week. The issue Im having is I cannot access the members area,cannot PM to get advice and cannot submit a rehome application if I wanted to it just keeps telling me im not authorised and wants me to login when I am already.Tried the old logout and back in again trick but no joy. ...
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05-11-2015 7:27 PM
2 Replies and 1035 Views aco for bridlington?  1035  2 Started by  annewynne  hi, please could I ask who is the aco for Bridlington/Humberside area,thanks
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05-09-2015 7:54 AM
1 Replies and 1185 Views Is this charity still running?  1185  1 Started by  Shilla Hi There,  I phoned a few times and have not heard back from anyone. I am looking to re-home my caique who lost her mate. Cheers, Shilla
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by  Doddie KentJump to last post
29-07-2015 4:50 PM
4 Replies and 1272 Views Paid for full membership but can't apply for any birds :(  1272  4 Started by  Chelle1404 I registered then got a phone call from a nice lady from bird line letting me know about the £25 joining fee for membership so paid to join for full membership. Got into my account but it won't let me into members areas or apply for any birds. Where have i went wrong when registering Need help please! Seen two birds that i'm discussing with my family about so that we can make choose between the two (so hard). Any advice or help would be appreciated.
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17-06-2015 5:10 PM
7 Replies and 1515 Views ACO for Devon  1515  7 Started by  Linda Route Please can someone tell me who is the current ACO for Devon Can't seem to find it on here   Thanks  Linda 
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11-03-2015 5:40 PM
3 Replies and 1247 Views ACO for (south) wales  1247  3 Started by  charlie Hi all, Just wondering who the most local ACO for wales is Would like to have a chat to know if any further requirements for safe housing is needed in the area, and if so how I go about 'training myself up' to be able to be a better parrot carer I've had a small amount of Parrot experience, my ex GF lived with me and her African grey 3 years for which I helped care for, and had small birds throughout my life - currently my kids chirpy budgie. Long term plans would be to adopt...
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by  Doddie KentJump to last post
13-01-2015 11:53 AM
3 Replies and 1298 Views Full membership  1298  3 Started by  willywonker Hi, I've made a account and paid my £25 full membership fee but I don't seem to be able to fill out or submit a re-homing form. Can anyone please help Thanks Paul
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by  swwchrisJump to last post
04-01-2015 11:56 AM
9 Replies and 3958 Views Full Membership access  3958  9 Started by  Deleted User Hi, I recently joined Birdline via my ACO and created my online profile. My online profile user id is different from the one on my membership card.&160;I&160;am unable to&160;access the Full Members Areas, although i am a full member. Any ideas&160;
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by  willywonkerJump to last post
02-01-2015 11:51 PM
4 Replies and 1273 Views reset password  1273  4 Started by  temp123 Hi   I have tried to reset my password (on my profile Birdlover182) yet i receive no reset link via email.   Can anyone get in touch with chris as the contact us email no longer exists and i can not send PM's
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by  NinaJump to last post
01-12-2014 8:31 PM
1 Replies and 1901 Views Had a safehouse homecheck what next?  1901  1 Started by  Vicki Hiya I'm based in Cardiff and have had and passed my safehouse home check on Good Friday, could somebody let me know what happens next Thanks Vicki
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by  Helen WJump to last post
08-05-2014 5:11 PM
2 Replies and 1941 Views Want to safehouse - what next?  1941  2 Started by  Mandy74 Hi what is the next step to become a safehouse after registering
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by  Mandy74Jump to last post
14-03-2014 1:37 PM
1 Replies and 1488 Views Help!!  1488  1 Started by  Ryan Burrows I can't find an option to pay for membership by not using Paypal, how can I pay with a Debit card
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by  Deb TuxJump to last post
31-01-2014 3:56 PM
2 Replies and 1409 Views avian vet  1409  2 Started by  michelle johnston With regards to Vets, what about if the area that you live in does not have an Avian Vet.
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31-01-2014 8:41 AM
6 Replies and 2628 Views Membership  2628  6 Started by  ladygrey I am considering becoming a member and had a couple of questions.&160; Once I have fostered a bird does it remain property of Birdline If so do i cover all the vets bills ect If I foster a bird do&160;I have to remaine a member&160;for the birds lifetime
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by  Helen WJump to last post
30-07-2013 5:35 PM
0 Replies and 1365 Views Mistake  1365  0 Started by  Mikey Submitted in wrong place deleted whole message   
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12-07-2013 9:40 AM
4 Replies and 1694 Views question?  1694  4 Started by  Grey Hi i was a full member and now i`m not i`ve emailed the site but no reply i have a membership number from the pack i got some while ago My membership exp 03/11/2013 just can`t login!! HELLLP
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by  GreyJump to last post
08-07-2013 2:14 PM
4 Replies and 2043 Views membership renewal  2043  4 Started by  debs13 Hi I am trying to renew my membership but no longer have a paypal account and cant find the debit card  Debi
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by  swwchrisJump to last post
24-05-2013 10:28 AM
0 Replies and 1534 Views Younger Members  1534  0 Started by  Deb Tux If you have a younger family member that would like to be a member on the forum how do they go about logging in and do they also pay the membership fee of £25 a year If anyone could help I would appreciate it Thanks in advance x
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12-02-2013 3:54 AM
2 Replies and 2028 Views I'm back  2028  2 Started by  jonesy Hi all and Happy New Year Don't know what happened in 2012 but all time went pear shaped and I forgot to renew my membership. I have now and am back. Hope that all had a good xmas and the humans did too.
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08-01-2013 9:06 AM
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