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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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11 Replies and 1756 Views Coop Cups AKA Poop Cups  1756  11 Started by  Victoria Whitfield Why is it that the tiels that are SH with me at the moment have taken to perching on their water/food cups and pooping in them constantly!! They are in a lovely montana cage with the swing out doors with the cup holders and I just can't use them.&160; I trawled the net looking for covered coop cups of some description as I'm at work all day and can't stand the thought of several hours of them with dirty food and water. I've put their food in a cheap and nasty plastic cup with those wire hooks...
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by  seadreamerJump to last post
07-01-2010 4:05 AM
5 Replies and 2168 Views general observations  2168  5 Started by  paula34 So I have kids this is how it goes............... Mum can I have this last granny smith's apple .............NO ITS SAM'S.......Sam will only eat granny smiths lol Mum can I have this last yorkshire pudding..................NO ITS SAFI'S ......Saf loves his pud Mum can I play with this in the living room...................NO IT SCARES THE BIRDS Mum can I put the light on .....................NO SAM AND SAF ARE SLEEPING Mum the bird pooped on the no big deal its not like i...
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by  Helen WJump to last post
02-12-2009 4:03 AM
5 Replies and 1120 Views Happy Xmas Birdline Letters  1120  5 Started by  Oodie Hi All, &160; A bit early but I thought my happy Christmas message to you all would cheer you up and I hope to hear more messages on this thread.. &160; I joined Birdline after a chance phonecall&160; to your hotline saved the life of my bird.&160; You saved the life of Oodie so you have my support until I cross the RB. &160; I had been a member of many forums before but it wasn't until Birdline that I realised I had joined a family. &160; I feel so inadequate when I see how much t...
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by  John MckinnonJump to last post
01-12-2009 11:14 AM
18 Replies and 1575 Views Christmas Trees  1575  18 Started by  amanda Hi everyone,&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160; we've not been on the forum for ages coz we have been really busy, so forgive me if this subject has already been covered.&160;&160;&160; but what i want to know with Christmas fast approaching is are all real Christmas trees safe for our birds to destroy&160; &160;&160;&160; because you know they are going to tear them apart before we get to new year !&160;&160;&160;&160; and has anyone got good ideas for nice safe decorations.&160;&...
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by  SteveJump to last post
27-11-2009 5:41 PM
17 Replies and 1765 Views My first year with Birdline  1765  17 Started by  Troy Welch Back in January this year I joined Birdline, not knowing any other members I wasn't shaw what too expect. By March I Vicky kindly came and carried out my home check and after some arm twisting I then became an ACO.&160; What a amazing start to what has been an amazing year with Birdline. Then came the shows, another daunting prospect spending a weekend camping with strangers, how wrong I was.&160; For those of you who have never camped at a Birdline show you don't no what&160;your missing, d...
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by  SteveJump to last post
16-11-2009 3:24 PM
0 Replies and 1964 Views Parrot Cage on Freecycle (Surrey)  1964  0 Started by  Freebird There is a lady giving away a parrot cage on Freecycle, I contact her as I knew a rescue wanted more cages, but sadly the rescue in mind are unable to collect it. Before I tell her to give it to someone else would Birdline be interested in it&160; I know this lady would be very happy if the cage went to helping rescue birds. If so please let me know today, by 3.30pm, sorry for the rush.&160;&160; It would also need to be collected this week as she is moving next week from Deepcut. Thanks ...
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11-11-2009 2:09 AM
23 Replies and 3208 Views A-Z.....diseases and ailments  3208  23 Started by  kerryh33
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well we not had an A-Z for a while so here is a new one A-Z of diseases and different lol ILL&160;START&160;WITH&160;A.......arthritus
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by  picowitchJump to last post
09-11-2009 8:37 PM
2 Replies and 1204 Views Anyone Want This? FREE!  1204  2 Started by  Doddie Kent I collected a couple of cages the other day. One is lovely. The other one... measures 29.5 x 16.5 x 16 inches, plus legs which are 21' high. It is rusty, it's a Ferplast cage, the base is brown plastic and in reasonable condition. It also has a brand-new-still-in-wrapping base and tray. The cage will only rust up again if cleaned off, so I don't think it's worth the trouble, BUT if anyone wants it, or especially the two bases with trays, please contact me fairly quickly, and come and pick it/the...
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by  Doddie KentJump to last post
08-11-2009 1:13 PM
9 Replies and 1645 Views My homecheck  1645  9 Started by  fdoyle Rick and Donna came out to home check me today which went really well. I was given loads of opportunity to ask advice about anything and everything. What stars ! &160;and unsung heroes, giving up so much of thier own time for the benefit of Birdline and well being of all the birds. Our numbers maybe few in 'Bonnie Scotland' at present but there is no doubt, with this dynamic duo at the helm, the numbers will rise. So anyone thinking of joining, safehousing or fostering, dont worry about feeelin...
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by  fdoyleJump to last post
26-10-2009 11:12 PM
9 Replies and 1650 Views Electric Heaters  1650  9 Started by  SharonL We caravan all year and use a large porch awning to give us more space (and somewhere to dry wet doggies). Historically, we have always used a 2kw electric fan heater in there in the winter, so we are rather worried about having Norm with us now and the PTFE/teflon situation, although he is always in the 'van with us, sometimes the door is open so fumes can get in the 'van. My question is, is ther ANY sort of electric heater that anyone uses that is safe I am thinking halogen, oil filled, ...
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by  SharonLJump to last post
21-10-2009 11:02 AM
3 Replies and 1961 Views Home swap (another thread on this somewhere??)  1961  3 Started by  JD Hi all, A brief bit about me: my name's Johnathan, and I was previously (pretty sure I still am, think I'm still paying the membership fees!) a member of bird-line. However, working has taken over forum posting, so I've neglected my posts I'm afraid (had to re-register even to post, so I must be out of date!). I'm owned by an African Grey called Sybil, we've been together for about 7 years now, and I got her from chick.&160; My wife has 3 cockateils, and we all have a happy little family wit...
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by  MichelleJump to last post
17-10-2009 8:28 PM
4 Replies and 1702 Views Home Needed for 2 Cockerels  1702  4 Started by  Victoria Whitfield Can you help&160; A special home is needed for 2 cockerels ASAP. I'm in Essex and the closer any 'would be' homes are the better.&160; Currently the birds are in Perivale London and I need a home for them to go into before I can collect them. If you think you can help or know someone else that can, please get in touch. Regards Vicky &160; &160;
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by  brittone05Jump to last post
08-08-2009 7:55 PM
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by  LIZJump to last post
04-08-2009 12:18 AM
24 Replies and 3755 Views Vote for me little one BL!!!  3755  24 Started by  brittone05
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&160;;boys=-1 &160; Please vote for Holly - she is counting her vote daily (you can vote once per day). She has entered the comp well late to even come close to catching up with the leaders but she will be so happy that her votes have gone up
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by  brittone05Jump to last post
28-07-2009 11:36 PM
11 Replies and 1409 Views URGENT - BIRDLINE NEED HELP !!!!  1409  11 Started by  Deleted User Hey Guys, OK, we have a problem. The Birdline caravan that is used at shows for sleeping the show birds, has died a death. It is now unuseable and unless we get a replacement before next week, we will have to start cancelling shows. So, Birdline is after a 5 - 6 berth Caravan, suitable for housing show birds (in their carriers) and at least 1 person. We have found one near Norfolk, but there are problems. We are miles and miles away from Norfolk, and I can't get the time off work to...
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by  LesleyGJump to last post
25-07-2009 10:56 AM
1 Replies and 1134 Views My Cage..  1134  1 Started by  Bird-Lover &160; Pretty sad picture isn't it&160;because theres no birds yet!!! &160; Also it needs toys bought and put in and looks like im going to need to get busy making some sort of perch for the opening top.. usually they come with it &160; I got it from Ebay for £30.. the bars are 2.5cm apart im sure the experienced amognst you can say what the cage would be most suited for... last thing i want is a bird to either escape or get its neck caught between the bars... &160; Cage was brought ...
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by  kerryh33Jump to last post
20-07-2009 2:20 PM
1 Replies and 2648 Views Urgent - Home Wanted for Sunny Mynah    2648  1 Started by  Doddie Kent Sunny the Mynah Bird was born in July 1999. He is in wonderful condition, he talks, and is into everything, a very nosy bird. He loves being cuddled and kissed, sitting on a shoulder and playing with your hair. Loud music is a favourite, he eats all soft fruit, and wants to have a bath all the time. He's a lovely bird, but he's living in a room full of African Greys, which means he can't come out and fly as much as he'd like. He's fine with other birds, but needs to come out much more than he do...
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by  Doddie KentJump to last post
15-07-2009 11:08 AM
3 Replies and 1404 Views BUDGIE MAKES HEADLINES  1404  3 Started by  Ann Conway Did anyone see last nights news, about a budgie who escaped from an aviary, He was found struggling and exhausted in THE SEA.&160;People on&160;a&160;boat saw it and picked it up. They wrapped it in a towel,and got some fluids into him. They managed to trace the owner by its leg ring, and he is now happily back with his friends.What&160; are the odds on that happening They have now mamed him Captain lol .
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by  Ann ConwayJump to last post
11-07-2009 5:58 AM
5 Replies and 1649 Views untitled  1649  5 Started by  Donna I wake up during the night In a cold sweat and pool of tears Dreaming another dream of you Then re-living all my fears. &160; Although you're not around me I feel your presence anyway Remember I always love you Every moment of every day. &160; Now I know I should cherish Every second I spent with you But it's hard when you're so far away To believe that we'll pull through. &160; So I'll say goodnight dear Zammo And carry on in pain With a special place in my heart Where you ...
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by  Helen WJump to last post
26-05-2009 7:28 PM
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