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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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19 Replies and 1331 Views When did you know  1331  19 Started by  brittone05 So, today I met my first too!&160; I have to say, I felt my heart melt into a drippy mess!!!!&160; He was totally adorable, both visually stunning and mentally fascinating So, I wanted to know really.... I have not had experience of large birds before - the sennies are the biggest we have had along with past birds being cockatiels, love birds and budgues!&160; So, how did you know you were ready for your first too&160; Was it one of the first birds you got or did you gradually 'build up...
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03-06-2009 2:06 PM
9 Replies and 1164 Views Another one about pet shops!  1164  9 Started by  patricia suthern Hi all - I am new to this forum and have been reading the birmingham pet shop thread with interest. There is a pet shop not far from me which I visit quite regulary. They have a few birds for sale most of which they get off a local breeder. About 6 months ago MAX a greenwing appeared in the shop and boy had he badly plucked himself! He was in a cage that was not big enough for him and he was displaying behaviour that said he was badly stressed. I asked the owner about him and the story was that...
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26-05-2009 8:05 PM
7 Replies and 1905 Views Pet shop update  1905  7 Started by  Mandy Well me and Teri went over today&160; to the Pet Shop in Kings Heath.&160;&160;The bird in question is&160;a U2 in a Montana New Jersey cage.&160; The cage intself was clean, with food and water, the only issue I&160;had was there was only 3 toys in there, 2 bells and a ladder which was far to small for her anyway!&160; But, the plucking didnt seem to bad. I&160;spoke to a lady who works there who was very nice and more than willing to answer any questions.&160; The bird has been to the...
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15-05-2009 4:40 PM
72 Replies and 5701 Views which too  5701  72 Started by  Jane
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lots of you have toos ,which make the best pets can we have a&160;FRIENDLY &160;debate&160; about them
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08-05-2009 9:54 PM
3 Replies and 1124 Views Does anyone live near Kings Heath in Birmingham  1124  3 Started by  Steve Please let me know i need help please look at my other posts regarding Pet Shop!!
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29-04-2009 1:22 PM
20 Replies and 7053 Views Your lovebird advice and experiences please!  7053  20 Started by  Rose
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Hi all. We are thinking about taking on a handreared lovebird. Have researched as much as possible and have found that most resources say they can be very aggressive to other birds. I have been told that they need to come out of their cages at seperate times to other birds and can be a bit nasty to other birds.&160;Can any of you share your experiences with lovebirds Do you have some that come out with other birds&160; Are they really like the pirahnas of the parrot family!! Would love to ...
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19-04-2009 8:41 PM
7 Replies and 1955 Views painting cages  1955  7 Started by  Linda Hi everyone &160; What paint can be used to repaint a cage, it will hold an Amazon (OWA) maybe hammerite or what &160; thanks Malc
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18-04-2009 10:40 AM
5 Replies and 1682 Views Bereavement  1682  5 Started by  seadreamer Hello, I have a male cockatiel who is about 11-12 years old. He has recently lost his companion, an elderly female. They were not a pair. They were both rescues, but she was the outgoing one and he tended to copy and draw courage from her, as she was very human-orientated and he wasn't.&160;He was a cruelty case and has always been very nervous, but with time learnt to come onto the hand and out of the aviary - we have an indoor aviary some 8 x 3 feet and 6 feet high with lots of stimulus and ...
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by  MandyJump to last post
13-04-2009 2:10 PM
1 Replies and 1658 Views Hormonal or What...  1658  1 Started by  Doddie Kent I found this.... &160; http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/coventry_warwickshire/6541785.stm &160; Doddie
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05-04-2009 10:55 AM
6 Replies and 1601 Views new birds  1601  6 Started by  Linda HI we are thinking of getting another bird, at the moment we have Dixie a two year old Grey. Thinking of an Amazon (blue fronted) what sort of socialising would we need with the birds, Would they share a cage or share time out of the cage together. What would you have to look out for or any questions that i should know the answer to, Thanks Malc
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31-03-2009 1:08 PM
0 Replies and 1785 Views Signs of illness in your bird.  1785  0 Started by  Hollie IF YOU THINK YOUR BIRD IS ILL PLEASE DO NOT HESISTATE&160; TO CONTACT AN AVIAN VET. This site is intended as guideline to recognising symptoms of illness. http://www.peteducation.com/article...p;aid=2606
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26-02-2009 5:44 PM
0 Replies and 1799 Views BOOKS I LOVE  1799  0 Started by  Donna I THINK THESE ARE BRILLIANT BOOKS :THE BEAK BOOK BY SALLY BLANCHARD AND ALSO SALLY BLANCHARD'S COMPANION HANDBOOK.I FOUND THEM EASY TO UNDERSTAND AND FULL OF REALLY SENSIBLE PRACTICAL ADVICE.
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26-02-2009 12:19 PM
0 Replies and 2192 Views Part III: Introducing the Harness to Your Parrot    2192  0 Started by  Rick OK, so you've been through all of the steps in Part I: Touching and Handling your Parrot, made your decision about which harness is best for you and your parrot, and you've got it in its box in front of you. First, don't go anywhere near your bird with the harness until you've read this, and please don't just grab your bird and force on a harness as this will completely traumatise him! Even if you can touch and handle your parrot, you need to introduce the harness slowly and carefully, using...
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25-02-2009 12:36 PM
0 Replies and 3055 Views Part II: Choosing a Suitable Harness    3055  0 Started by  Rick So you've decided to get a harness for your parrot! Before going to the expense of buying a harness, you need to make sure that you can put it on your parrot. You will need to give her a little training before you can put the harness on. Click here for guidelines about Touching and Handling your Parrot. There are several parrot harnesses available on the market today. The Aviator Henry's Freedom Harness The Kaylor Collar The Feather Tether FlightSuit …and others. Of those...
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25-02-2009 12:34 PM
0 Replies and 1564 Views Part I: Touching and Handling Your Parrot    1564  0 Started by  Rick The internet is by now littered with pictures of Ndhlovu out-and-about on her harness, going places, meeting people and doing exciting things. She has a very full, rich life in that respect and simply loves going out everywhere with us! I believe that training your parrot to wear a harness provides the perfect compromise between the safety of clipping your bird's wings and the risk of free-flying. I know several people that have tried to get their birds to wear a harness and it has not go...
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24-02-2009 7:25 PM
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