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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’ 

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5 Replies and 1171 Views question  1171  5 Started by  picowitch hey guys, just had a look at the rehoming list and alyx is so cute, however wouldnt be for us as he doesnt like other birdies - befroe I put any more thought into an application to foster - are there any of the wee ringnecks that are comfortable around other birds&160; If I were to consider applying to foster any of these they would need to share&160; living room with an eckie , or possibly be housed in another room with playtime in the living room, but if even this would freak them out then ...
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20-05-2009 11:20 PM
12 Replies and 1883 Views URGENT 2 special homes needed for 2 very special Cockatoos  1883  12 Started by  Sheila Downes &160; We are urgently looking for 2 new homes for 2 very special Cockatoos, unfortunately their foster mummy has to move and cannot take them with her. We need to find new homes for these two birds very urgently. &160; These are both birds who need a specific type of home. &160; The first is a 10 year old female Lesser Sulphur Crested, she is a very dainty pretty bird, and very quiet for a Cockatoo, she prefers men in fact she is quite scared of women, with a man she is loving, cuddly, a...
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17-05-2009 9:04 AM
3 Replies and 1196 Views wanted  1196  3 Started by  SIDEYS23 &160;Hi my Parrot recently passed away and i am looking to rehome a pair if possible i am not bothered about age or type but would love ones that i can work with and teach to talk,i have loads of time and love to give.
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14-05-2009 6:44 PM
4 Replies and 1574 Views Totally confused  1574  4 Started by  Diane On finding advice on a new species that I have applied for as it says in To Anyone Thinking About Applying For A Bird 'Will the bird get the right foods, vitamins, supliments etc, where will it be, are there children,&160; and if a person knows how to look after the right species. If you are thinking of giving a bird a home, please do your part, by asking other members, do your research, what to do, and not to do, as we at birdline only want the best for the birds, and as a member so should...
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08-03-2009 5:37 PM
0 Replies and 1282 Views To Anyone Thinking About Applying For a Bird    1282  0 Started by  Rick When an ACO is doing a homecheck,&160;they are acting in for the birds welfare, and on their behalf. They&160;have to check if the bird will be cared and loved for BUT this is not the only thing.&160; Will the bird get the right foods, vitamins, supliments etc, where will it be, are there children,&160; and if a person knows how to look after the right species. If you are thinking of giving a bird a home, please do your part, by asking other members, do your research, what to do, and n...
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