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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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2 Replies and 1115 Views Calor Gaz fires  1115  2 Started by  woodpeckerdream Hi All I have been reading some of the comments on here as to birds breathing problems and not using, candles, air freshens etc...what about calor gaz fires, as I have just recently bought one because my conservatory does not heat up well with the central heating fire...will the fumes affect the birds if used  Hazel
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by  Helen WJump to last post
21-10-2012 9:48 AM
7 Replies and 1123 Views little bit of forum feedback ...  1123  7 Started by  Frankster Could someone please correct the topic 'Birdie Treat's and Recipe's' to read 'Birdie Treats and Recipes' Butcher's apostrophes, they drive me insane!
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by  swwchrisJump to last post
13-10-2012 9:35 AM
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by  Helen WJump to last post
19-09-2012 11:32 AM
7 Replies and 1682 Views Lost Budgie in the Notts Area.  1682  7 Started by  Cheryl A friend of mine has asked if i can post this for her. I don't know how many members are in this area but if we are aware of this we may be able to help if a call comes in to BL. Female Budgie, lost today in the Sutton in Ashfield Area, Mansfield, Notts. She is all blue with Grey wings and silly tame, please contact me with sightings or if you may have found this bird. Thanks x I hope someone finds her as she is going to be at risk from the wild birds if she is out to long. Thanks for any hel...
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by  Helen WJump to last post
03-09-2012 10:18 AM
0 Replies and 997 Views Events Diary  997  0 Started by  swwchris On behalf of the directors, I am pleased to announce that there is now an events diary available on the web site. This is available to members only, and can be found by going to ‘Members Area’ > ‘Events Diary’. Thanks are due to Sharon H for her help with testing the page, and entering the dates into the diary. 
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13-08-2012 2:30 PM
3 Replies and 1281 Views Huge thanks to Gillian Szafranek and Kwik fit insurance  1281  3 Started by  Ann Conway The directors of Birdline would like to say a huge thank you  to one of our members Sandra Szafranek and to  the  Kwik fit Insurance team  for their very generous donation we have received of £100 . This is very much appreciated indeed. A great  big thanks from the birds too.
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by  J & SJump to last post
04-08-2012 11:59 AM
7 Replies and 1376 Views Birdline now has Charity status in Scotland  1376  7 Started by  Ann Conway I wish to inform all members that after recent questions regarding the legality of Birdline operating in Scotland,we contacted the Oscr who initially said we were not required to register. However after further communication they advised us that it wouldnt hurt to register and this we have now done. We have also contacted the HMRC regarding taxes, who have informed us that as  we are already registered with them with our existing Charity Status within the Uk,and  this also  cover...
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03-08-2012 9:05 AM
11 Replies and 1499 Views Huge thanks to Marc Fuller  1499  11 Started by  Ann Conway The directors would like to say a huge thank you to Marc for all his hard work and dedication to Birdline and its members over the years. Marc has now handed over the main running of our website  to Chris Maddex after doing it for so  many years. It goes without saying that we are really very   sorry to lose Marc, and  we wish him all the very  best in the future. Thank you Marc.   A big welcome to Chris. I know that Marc has ensured that the handover was a smoot...
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by  Victoria WhitfieldJump to last post
27-07-2012 2:09 AM
2 Replies and 1278 Views fao LAURA  1278  2 Started by  Alikeen Laura just tried to call Alistair Keen, you left me your number but it got deleted off my phone before I could call it! If you can let me know your number then I will call you back! Alistair
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by  lauraJump to last post
25-06-2012 12:15 PM
3 Replies and 975 Views suggestion?  975  3 Started by  Alikeen Hi everybody, We're new to Birdline, and I was just wondering whether it was possible to say somewhere on the website when applications for the birds are reviewed I've seen a few posts of people not knowing how long to wait for a phone call etc, and thought maybe it would help if there was a date by the side of the bird details so people know roughly how long they have to wait Apologies if am sounding silly, or its not possible; I will get back in my cage (no pun intended ) Amy
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by  DebsJump to last post
24-06-2012 8:07 AM
26 Replies and 3701 Views Facts despite what is said on social networking page FB  3701  26 Started by  Loumay
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&160;Hi members, &160; I personally am getting fed up with facts not being stated on certain social networking pages, regarding things that are done behind the scenes to protect the birds as we are contracted to do when a loving donor hands in their beloved pet for what ever reason to Birdline. &160;So just to put the record straight if you have heard rumours or read any malicious gossip about a fosterer having his aviary birds removed here are the facts not fiction. &160; According to a...
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by  BelindabelinsJump to last post
20-06-2012 4:12 AM
7 Replies and 1231 Views New member  1231  7 Started by  Robert scott Hi all Thanks to Gillian from Dumfries I joined birdline today had a lovely chat on phone as I don't have a bird cage yet. I will wait till I'm back from holiday before I consider putting myself forward as a safe house . Hoping to foster a bird soon live in Ayrshire Scotland , next thing on todo list is to get a good cage for any bird I get Well that's all for now Robert scott
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by  Robert scottJump to last post
06-06-2012 2:51 PM
29 Replies and 4509 Views Urgently Needed Safe houses for Cockatoos  4509  29 Started by  Lorraine
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Hi All We urgently need safehouses for cockatoos, anyone who thinks they can help could they please Pm me Thank-you Lorraine
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23-05-2012 2:00 AM
0 Replies and 882 Views Tapatalk  882  0 Started by  Kerstin &160;Another question..sorry lol I tried to log on using tapatalk on my smartphone but it s not working so I just wonder or/and would like to know if this Forum is set up to use tapatalk Cause if not i can give up trying lol thanks&160;
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03-05-2012 12:54 PM
1 Replies and 1075 Views Members can make safe houses  1075  1 Started by  Debbie Caine Here is an urgent plea to members&160;for&160;help&160;to become&160;safe houses in Bucks Beds Northants and Oxford, Please any members in these areas could you consider safe housing birds. We are really short of a safe&160;home to place birds prior to them finding their forever home.&160;It really is a worth while&160;rewarding thing to do, to help in this way. Think about it and let me know. Thanks Debbie C&160;
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09-03-2012 4:37 AM
10 Replies and 1303 Views A Big Thank You to the Devon & Cornwall Police!!!!  1303  10 Started by  Mel The Directors would like to say a big thank you to the Devon and Cornwall Police........ &160; I will keep this brief as we cannot give too many details as it is pending a court case. 2 of our birds were fostered and then advertised and passed on for money, the second person within a week had&160;these birds up for sale and at a profit.&160;&160;Due to our members vigilance and&160;submitting the paperwork the birds were safely returned to Birdline by the end of the week. &160; Thank...
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by  Gillie & TerryJump to last post
01-03-2012 4:21 PM
24 Replies and 3887 Views New Structure.. Your Manager areas  3887  24 Started by  Ann Conway
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We have restructured our managers areas, to work as north, south, east, and west. NORTH - ANN CONWAY Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, Scotland, and North Wales SOUTH-&160; MEL LAWS Kent, East and West Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire,Hertfordshire, London, and Essex EAST - LESLEY GRIFFEY Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire,Leicstershire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire WEST- LORRAINE CERIOLI Cor...
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by  scatmanJump to last post
16-02-2012 5:49 AM
16 Replies and 1553 Views A big thank you  1553  16 Started by  Suzanne &160;Today there has been a large move of birds. There have been four&160;teams driving around the South West picking up and delivering our feathered friends to their new foster and safe houses. I would like to say a huge thank you to Tony who left the house at 6:45 this morning and arrived back home at 10 this evening. To Penny and Steve who have spent their one and only day off together driving around the country. To Emma and Kieran, whom Emma we must buy you a watch! But we will forgive you...
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by  Dave 13Jump to last post
12-02-2012 2:38 PM
2 Replies and 1229 Views manager  1229  2 Started by  scatman hi will someone please clarify who is our area manager for notts is it kim or lesley my thoughts would be to upgrade gillian and terry to joint managers we feel &160;we are being left behind and overlooked&160;&160;as our nearest&160; manager is either wisbech or bolton which from north notts is a bit of a journey in an emergency&160; can someone please tell me about my manager and your thoughts on my idea. regards robert new aco for notts.
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by  scatmanJump to last post
11-02-2012 9:41 AM
1 Replies and 1115 Views Big thanks  1115  1 Started by  Dominos mum &160;I would just like to say a big thank you to Suzanne and Stuart from Birdline for all the help and great advice they gave me via the phone yesterday, and having to listen to me rant on for ages.. It seems my Ekki is not so different from the rest just a hormonal monster at the moment. &160;Thanks again guys &160;you have saved my sanity.
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by  SuzanneJump to last post
22-01-2012 11:36 AM
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