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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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7 Replies and 970 Views New to Birdline  970  7 Started by  Rachel Hello there im New to Birdline my name is Rachel and I live in Hampshire,  have been chatting to Gillian this eve,  one of your rehoming volunteers, I put in to adopt a bird but after a long chat with her decided he wouldn't be suitable for me. So she recommended I try and apply for safehousing,  Im very keen to be involved with this,  she said there would also be a possibility of me adopting a bird this way as well if I found one which I could give a good home and provide e...
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23-01-2014 2:36 PM
2 Replies and 872 Views Hi I am a newbie  872  2 Started by  Yvonne Oppps I put my introduction in the wrong section........ Hia all I joined at the end of December I was looking to buy when I came across Birdline  I have not had a bird for some years, my first Zita a green wing Macaw I bought her 30yrs ago I got her/him from a pet shop we didn't know how old she was but she was only around 8mth  and wild I lost her 18mths after my mum died she was only 18yr old than I had  Almayo a grey. I would like to foster a Cockatoo and yes I have appli...
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17-01-2014 5:52 AM
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17-01-2014 4:50 AM
1 Replies and 807 Views New member Ives from Lincolnshire  807  1 Started by  Ives Hi myself and my wife are interested in fostering or becoming a safe house in Lincolnshire and we`ve been given some great info from Rita who lives close by. We have been keeping green cheek conures Fletch & Hector for a few years now and are looking to look after a bigger bird.  
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10-01-2014 5:11 PM
5 Replies and 1269 Views New Member from Bristol  1269  5 Started by  Saribellum Hi Bird People, My name is Sarah and I live in Bristol with my Partner and micro-parrot, a budgie named Sparky, that flew into our window one night last summer. I have been intrigued with parrots and have decided to educate myself as much as possible about parrots before jumping into anything bigger. In my education I have really gained a tremendous amount of resect for parrots and especially the people that care for them. It seems the smarter the parrot and the more difficult their circumstanc...
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24-12-2013 3:23 AM
1 Replies and 766 Views Hello New Members!!  766  1 Started by  LesleyG Too many to say hello to on an individual basis so a BIG hello and welcome to you all, I hope you enjoy being apart of Birdline and 'making a difference)
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20-12-2013 4:49 PM
1 Replies and 1025 Views New from west yorkshire  1025  1 Started by  Yorkie1971 Hello , we are new to the forum a little about us, Eye live in Halifax West Yorkshire , we are not married but live together we, have just lost our blue and gold to the diseases PDD not a nice thing, he was only young, we are looking at rehoming a bird , not sure if a macaw again or a grey, we are going to get Xmas out of the way then start to look for a bird for its forever home
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16-12-2013 11:18 AM
4 Replies and 864 Views New Fosterer  864  4 Started by  Marie hi all at Birdline, After some months, we finally collected our new family friend 'Diputs' the African Grey today !! He's wonderful, already cut Hubby's finger doh! But we were probably going in for a stroke too soon bless him. He has since very gently taken a small piece of walnut from him. Settled in his cage, we have had kisses and done a bobbing up and down dance for my our little boy whilst making a beat sound WOW! I have one little concern I'd like to ask, I'm sure it's perfectly normal, ...
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by  TinaJump to last post
08-12-2013 4:57 PM
13 Replies and 1979 Views hello  1979  13 Started by  Gee Hello My name is Gee, i used this site i believe many years ago when researching and looking for advice with my last parrot, a Jardine called Bob who sadly died. Im now at the point where im ready for a new parrot, it would have been easy to go out and get a baby, but most of my pets have been preloved and lots of people have told me how good this site is. I have worked in the pet industry for 20 years and have a good understandings of parrots. I have the perfect home for the right bird and i...
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by  Helen WJump to last post
07-12-2013 6:06 PM
3 Replies and 1029 Views Hello I'm tracey  1029  3 Started by  tracey1966 I did have a account previously but forgot the username and password and email address. I am Tracey  and I have a daughter Kerryanne who is 17. She is the main reason I started owning birds again. I have always  owned birds but Kerryanne wanted a bird of her own. We now own: A 4 year old Blue and Gold Macaw - Chuckie A 2 year old congo african grey - Cookie A 14 Year old sun conure - Jasper A 10 year old senegal - Sammy A 2 year old caique - Charlie A 3 year old caique - Pandor...
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19-11-2013 6:59 AM
13 Replies and 1370 Views Hello  1370  13 Started by  paulf Just joined and wanted to say hi to everyone. I've always loved birds, and have always been dotty about parrots. Ever since I had my first one to one with a Grey called Barney, who swore like a navvy and had a fierce reputation of attacking most people. Not being put off, I was soon walking around with him on my shoulder and enjoying him nibbling me and cooing all over me, I was hooked and was desperate to have a parrot. I don't what it is about these birds, but I just seem to get them, and t...
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29-10-2013 9:36 AM
5 Replies and 1100 Views Hi all  1100  5 Started by  Mandy c I have just become a member today, my 15 month old twins shout birdies every time i go to my mums (Sue C) so i thought  better join up.I know the bird i want to foster it is the sweetest little bird and always comes out to greet the twins.
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21-10-2013 5:41 PM
4 Replies and 966 Views New Member  966  4 Started by  sally1 Hi my name is Sally and i'm from Castle Donington in Leicestershire.  I have a yellow crowned amazon called Bertie and am hoping to  foster another amazon to keep him company.  Have got everything crossed that we are approved and can give a home to another lovely parrot.   
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14-10-2013 1:39 AM
8 Replies and 1521 Views Hi from preston lancashire  1521  8 Started by  Ryanc Like to say hi to all at BL , i have joined to hopefully offer sanctuary as a safe house with BL and to foster and give a home to a new companion for me and family. I hope i can contribute to the great work that is already done. Just waiting to hear from the co-ordinator again to arrange a home visit and t discuss what i can do . Im a self employed photographer so spend many hours in my home working so , i deel im ready that i can dedicate the time and care required.
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by  Katie ScottJump to last post
10-10-2013 6:18 AM
10 Replies and 1205 Views Hello from Somerset :)  1205  10 Started by  sthwestbird I'm a newbie from Somerset and have applied to be a SH. I had my home check last Sunday and I'm now nervously awaiting the outcome. I was told I would hear VERY soon........but how soon is that! Trouble is as time passes I'm starting to think I'm not suitable 
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30-09-2013 1:40 AM
6 Replies and 977 Views Hi from a newbie in essex :)  977  6 Started by  Solitarywiccan Hey there my name is berni I had a house visit today for to become a safe house . My lil family consists of my hubby tony two girls shan n teg two hamsters one goldfish a cat two african greys and a celestial parrotlet and numerous wildlife in ourgardens ! . We did have a beautiful sharpei up to a few weeks ago but sadly she became ill and we had to have her put to sleep . Looking forward to getting to know u all exchanging tips m stories and much more xxxx
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16-09-2013 12:58 PM
9 Replies and 1118 Views Just wanted to say hi from a new member  1118  9 Started by  angelev Hi everyone. My name is Emma and I have just joined this group as I am passionate about parrots. I currently own 2 very cheeky but gorgeous green cheek conures and a budgie. I have always kept birds as in my opinion they are fantastic companions. I would dearly love to foster another bird and would love an African grey, Amazon or another conure. I think Birdline do a fantastic job and hope I can help out in fostering another parrot or parrots!
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14-09-2013 1:02 PM
5 Replies and 1653 Views Hello from Sheffield  1653  5 Started by  Sue C Heard about Birdline about 3 hours ago, so here i am.Had a quick look round loving it already. Just wanted to say hello, my family consists of two blue and gold Macaws (Zig and Zag) ,a Sulpher Crested Cockatoo(Chloe) and two ring necks(Bubble and Sqeak).All named by my Granddaughter. Have indicated that i would be a safehouse or foster parent. In the process of building a new flight in the garden for the Macaws, as they get me up first thing in the morning to go out.Then i have to put Chloe out...
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02-09-2013 4:24 PM
7 Replies and 916 Views Hello  916  7 Started by  Amanda Hi all
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31-08-2013 3:40 PM
10 Replies and 1667 Views New member - Hello!!  1667  10 Started by  Donna Terry Hi everyone! My name is Donna and i am from Heanor in Derbyshire. I am a new member with a lifelong love of parrots and all things 'birdy'! As a family we have decided to take the plunge and apply for a parrot, after a lifetime of owning budgies. I live with my husband, two daughters, 2 dogs and a cat. We also have a budgie called Elvis who does a lot of singing and dancing because he can't fly.  We have put in our application and are currently waiting for a response! It seems to be t...
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16-08-2013 12:59 AM
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