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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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Last Post 23-08-2017 4:26 PM by  Patchy
Hi from Edinburgh
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23-07-2017 12:47 PM


    I've previously kept budgies and we landed up hand rearing one a few years ago who became a really important part of our family.  He died 2 years ago and my kids still miss him terribly, me too!

    We have three kids, 13, 11 and 9 who are all keen to have another bird in the house.  

    I've been reading up about parrots - my grandma used to have an African Grey, but, I've never kept one myself.

    There's a wee Hahn's up for adoption - can anyone tell me how nippy they are?  Or, even better, if the foster family are here, can I chat to you about that specific bird? 

    We have a big back room which is ideal for a bird, and a small outside aviary which I think is parrot proof, though, I'd re-inforce it!



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