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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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6 Replies and 2484 Views Pebbles  2484  6 Started by  Oodie I thought a little bowl of pebbles (natural ones for a fish tank) might be fun, it started with some turning little ones over and over in the beak which was soothing until they were flicked repeatedly at the patio door for that pleasurable bash noise (whilst the bird said meeeow meeow repeatedly for some unknown reason)
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by  Victoria WhitfieldJump to last post
07-07-2010 4:10 AM
9 Replies and 2887 Views Toy Donation?  2887  9 Started by  Jess Hi Just having a random thought today so thought I&160;would see what people think I&160;know a lot of the birds who get donated to birdline will come with few toys if any and I&160;was wondering seeing as I&160;make my own bird toys whether it would be possible to donate a few to such birds. All toys would of course be brand new...not old ones my birds no longer want! I&160;mainly make sisal chew and foot toys and swings/perches etc. Anyway look forward to hearing people's thoughts Bes...
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by  Ian & linJump to last post
20-06-2010 1:44 AM
9 Replies and 2570 Views Senegals Rule!  2570  9 Started by  Georgia Im so proud!! Pele, my soon to be 2 years old Senegal , has just been given his pre-birthday present which is a bowling alley (an executive desktop toy). &160;After watching me use it once, walked over and&160;did it straight away perfectly, and get this- got a STRIKE!!!&160;&160;&160; &160;I left 2 standing.&160; Scarlet, Shelly&160;if you read this, it was the bowling alley I gave you a picture of &160;Whoopwoop Senegals rule!!
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by  DianeJump to last post
28-03-2010 11:54 AM
15 Replies and 3774 Views looking for Scarletts toys  3774  15 Started by  laura I keep reading about the toys supplied by 'Scarlett'. I have looked through past threads and looked on Google&160;but can't find a website address. Can anyone post it please It sounds like a good place to buy stuff. Thanks Laura
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by  ScarlettJump to last post
11-03-2010 11:30 AM
17 Replies and 3249 Views Rabbit toys??????  3249  17 Started by  Jayne and Lee Cope and its not the rampent type for all you dirty minded people lol !!!!! Went to the pet shop today to get some chrimbo prezzies and the cheapest tinniest crappiest wooden parrot toys were about £4.50 &160;so i had a wonder round the shop&160;and found some packs of coloured wooden blocks with holes through the middle perfect for threading rope through and these packs were half the price of the parrot toys.&160; There was also some nice willow sticks and dumbells and things all for rabbits!!!!...
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by  Victoria WhitfieldJump to last post
19-02-2010 2:23 PM
5 Replies and 2083 Views play stand help please  2083  5 Started by  amanda hi can anyone help please with what woods are safe , or best to make a play stand out of
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by  amandaJump to last post
16-06-2009 7:50 PM
11 Replies and 2171 Views no toys  2171  11 Started by  picowitch does anyone else have any birds who are not interestd in toys&160; my eckie is just not interested in toys, she plays occasionally with one bark thing she has, but strangely enough only after a shower lol rest of toys shes just not interested in just wants cuddles
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by  SharonLJump to last post
19-05-2009 8:21 PM
3 Replies and 2036 Views ROPE TOYS BEWARE  2036  3 Started by  Ann Conway We very nearly had a disaster with one of these. Thank god we were here at the time. Ruby our scarlet macaw loves rope toys with wooden bits on. She chews the wood , and snuggles the rope.Joe yelled for me to come in from the kitchen where I was preparing our evening meal. It was mad panic, Ruby had managed to wrap the rope around her neck and her foot, and was literally hanging, unable to free herself.Joe had to grab a towel to hold her , while I cut the rope free of the cage to get her out, an...
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17-04-2009 8:09 PM
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