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Last Post 15-11-2016 5:04 PM by  Adam
Lost Whiteface Cockatiel
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08-11-2016 11:48 PM
    We have lost our dearly loved Cockatiel in Poplar, London E14 area. It is a 1 year old Male hand reared and cared for from the day it hatched. Very friendly but always cautious at the same time. The bird has a grey beak, dark feet with black nails. Its grey with a white face and light grey crest. Would appreciate if someone finds it, if they would contact us. We are very concerned about its safety and well being as it is a domesticated bird lacking survival skills. We are heartbroken.
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    09-11-2016 7:17 PM
    Have you put it on ParrotAlert? Informed John Hayward who runs a Lost & Found Register? Called ALL the local vets to report it? If someone finds a bird quite often they will take it to the nearest vet, so it's worth trying. Good luck.
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    15-11-2016 5:04 PM
    Hi. Yes I have listed him on parrot alert and National Pet Register. I have also informed John Hayward. Will look at local Vets. I have also put posters up localling and distributed flyers door to door where possible.

    A sighting which fits his description has been reported in Mile End Park, London E3 around the Art Pavilion Pond / Regents Canal on Sunday 13th November 2016. That's about a mile away from where he was lost.
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