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Rehoming list update - 2nd October 2016
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02-10-2016 7:46 PM
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    Birds Removed from the list

    Companion Birds

    Simon the Orange Winged Amazon – 7210913

    Pedro the Yellow Sided Conure – 1870314

    Alfie the Yellow Crowned Amazon & Nora the Blue Fronted Amazon - 5480713 & 1100213

     

    Birds added to the list

    Companion Birds

    Pixie & Charlie the Maximilian Pionus - 6730913 & 6740913

    Millie & Susie the Pionus – 380316

    Beau the Congo African Grey - 920516



    Cockatoos

    Charlie the Umbrella Cockatoo - 1468

    Birds Updated

    Companion Birds

    George the Congo African Grey - 3800415



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