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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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12 Replies and 1631 Views South East training day - Thank you!  1631  12 Started by  Nina &160;Just wanted to say thank you for a brilliant day today. All my (three) brain cells are buzzing from all the info and my tummy is still full from all that lovely food! You all did a fantastic job putting this together for us, and I can't thank you enough for it all. Lovely to meet new people as well, and to put faces to some familiar names Hope to see all of you soon again! &160;
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by  Debbie CaineJump to last post
29-11-2011 10:36 AM
28 Replies and 5394 Views Southwest Area Training Day  5394  28 Started by  SharonH
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This one will be held in Paignton on the 20th November.&160; (NOTE this is a Sunday). 9am to 5pm at the sheltered accomodation complex on Tweenaway Crossroads. Food and refreshments provided for a £5 charge. &160; All safehouses, please do your utmost to get to this event. Lots of information available to help you and your birds. &160;
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19-11-2011 3:03 AM
41 Replies and 4434 Views On Line Shoppers - Help Raise Money For Birdline  4434  41 Started by  Mel
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Hi all, Everyone who shops on line using places like EBay, Amazon, Tesco's, Car Insurance, Pet&160;Insurance, &160;Argos and hundreds more can raise money for the birds who desperately need our help. &160; This is with NO extra costs to the buyer. The on line stores pay us out of the money you spend. Please use this link and register. &160; Then happy shoppers get shopping &160; Everytime you shop go through this link and raise money fo...
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15-11-2011 8:00 AM
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by  NinaJump to last post
08-11-2011 8:18 AM
7 Replies and 1163 Views missing ringneck  1163  7 Started by  jeff &160;hi can anyone help with advice my friend next door has a 18 week indian ringneck who got out yesterday, we have looked all over our area and nothing, any help of what we can do now would be great many thanks.
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05-11-2011 12:31 PM
5 Replies and 1216 Views Forum Moderators needed !!!  1216  5 Started by  Ann Conway We need a couple of people to fill the roles of forum moderators. This involves manning the forums regularly, resizing pics, overseeing the content. Greeting new members etc. If you feel this is something you could do and would be interested, please let us know.
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28-10-2011 7:05 AM
5 Replies and 1295 Views Desperately needed in all areas  1295  5 Started by  Ann Conway We are desperately in need of people in all areas, who would be interested in&160; training to become one of our team of aco's. These are all voluntary positions, it is hard but very rewarding work. Do you have a good basic knowledge of parrot care, nutrition, first aid. These are responsible positions which require real dedication, good people skills and the&160; ability to work as part of a team. You must have your own transport, computer, and printer. If&160; you feel would like to be...
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by  Mike VoseJump to last post
25-10-2011 5:01 AM
1 Replies and 1008 Views Urgently needed Safe house's  1008  1 Started by  Lorraine Hi All We urgently need safe houses near or in the Devon area For Pair of Nanday conures one likes men the other women Pair of Hanns Macaws one is male orientated the other we are not sure about Please Pm or email me if you can help Lorraine
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by  Catherine SellarsJump to last post
24-10-2011 1:43 PM
9 Replies and 1245 Views Membership Price Rise  1245  9 Started by  Marc Fuller Unfortunately due to increased costs and a large rise in our vets bills, the Directors of Birdline have decided to increase the costs of the annual Birdline membership. The costs of the annual Birdline membership with rise to £25 per year, a rise of £5 per year over the previous rate. The paperwork and online membership rates will be modified within the next few days.
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by  LoumayJump to last post
22-10-2011 1:47 PM
17 Replies and 1546 Views where has everyone gone?  1546  17 Started by  Estelle How many people have quit or resigned from here, its been ages since i have been online due to not haveing a computer and im shocked at the list of people!!!! where did they all go
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by  Gillie & TerryJump to last post
22-10-2011 10:45 AM
2 Replies and 1066 Views Silicon Bakeware  1066  2 Started by  Dave V Does anyone know if it is safe to use Silicon Bakeware with Parrots (as opposed to Teflon which I know is a no-no). I have only found one article which says definitely not but I would really like some more results and preferably from the UK I feel reluctant to make a decision based on just 1 result but for the time being have decided to lay off silicon 'just in case'. Any comments gratefully received. Thanks, Dave.
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by  Vicky FordJump to last post
02-10-2011 1:35 PM
6 Replies and 1252 Views Recruiting Aco's  1252  6 Started by  Ann Conway Cumbria, Scotland, Yorkshire, and the north east. These areas are particularly&160; short of aco's. Do you have what it takes. Do you enjoy doing&160; voluntary work, Do you have, A good knowledge of birds and their needs, your own transport, willing to travel, good people skills, love paperwork, and&160; enjoy working as part of a team, and would be interested in joining us. If so please contact me for more information. &160; . &160; &160; &160; &160; &160;
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by  KerstinJump to last post
02-10-2011 10:39 AM
2 Replies and 1060 Views Cockatoo needs a very special lady  1060  2 Started by  Ann Conway This little guy is desperately in need of a forever home. He has very specific needs. His previous owner was&160; an elderly lady with grey hair,&160; He was really bonded to her,&160; and he &160; was a&160; very&160; happy and contented bird. Since being in Birdline he has not managed to find anyone like her..He doesnt do partners. The problem he has is that he will over bond to his special lady,&160; but woe betide anyone else who comes near her at all..For this reason, the person ...
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by  Gillie & TerryJump to last post
02-10-2011 4:30 AM
19 Replies and 1974 Views It is with very deep regret !!!  1974  19 Started by  Ann Conway Unfortunately, due to Tony's ill health,&160; Sheila Downes has had resign from her position as&160; Rescue Director of Birdline&160; with immediate effect. &160; We&160; would &160; like to thank Sheila for all her very&160; hard work and dedication over the years. Sheila and Tony will be very sadly missed&160; , and we would like to&160; wish them both all&160; the very best for&160; the future. &160; &160; &160; &160;
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by  SharonLJump to last post
28-09-2011 8:48 AM
0 Replies and 913 Views Safe Houses  913  0 Started by  Debbie Caine &160;Hi, my name is Debbie and&160;I am the ACO for Buckinghamshire. I am passionate about the well being of parrots and am in need of as many safe houses in Bucks as I can muster.Birdline is such a worth while cause.&160;These beautiful intelligent birds need to be homed in kind compassionate homes, unti la new permanent home can be found. If you live in Bucks and are a member of Birdline, please consider offering such birds a safe haven until a permanent home can be found. That is unless yo...
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27-09-2011 12:36 PM
10 Replies and 1533 Views Emergency service?  1533  10 Started by  nigel A thought occurred to me today, how do you get your bird to a vet in an emergency if you don't drive or have somebody handy who does I know in this day and age&160; a lot of people often have 2 or more cars per family but supposing these were not available what would you do The question arose because there is a distinct possibility I might have to go to Aus because of a family crisis and I was mentally working my way through preparing things like who will feed our animals that live at work (...
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10-09-2011 2:21 PM
3 Replies and 1329 Views facebook  1329  3 Started by  GaryB I can't find BL on facebook, can someone give me a link please...ta
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22-08-2011 4:27 AM
7 Replies and 1304 Views Live Chat  1304  7 Started by  jonesy Just wondering&160; would it be a good idea to put a note with a time that people are available to chat each night. eg live chat on a weds at 8pm This might get people to come on and chat. I have been in twice tonight only to find that someone has just left and no one to talk to&160; Gosh that makes me sound sad doesn't&160; it &160;
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by  Gillie & TerryJump to last post
11-08-2011 3:03 AM
17 Replies and 2057 Views Why is the Time wrong on the posts?  2057  17 Started by  Debs There I was puzzled as to why everyone was up and&160;posting in the early hours of the morning...... and then it dawned on me. The time is 12 hours out.....LOL I have posted this at 7.18pm but if I am correct it will show a posting time of 7.18am....
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by  Helen WJump to last post
09-08-2011 11:00 AM
3 Replies and 1109 Views Active topics  1109  3 Started by  laura How long do the active topics stay on the forum before moving to unread or just plain disappearing I have just clicked on active topics and there is nothing to look at .&160; I also wanted to add a reply to a topic I had read,didn't do it at the time, came back to do it a while later and it had gone. I couldn't find it anywhere. The forum didn't used to do this. Does anyone else find it frustrating
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by  lauraJump to last post
02-08-2011 1:26 PM
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