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Last Post 06-02-2018 12:24 PM by  swwchris
Newbie here - Croydon
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04-02-2018 5:22 PM

    Hi - I'm Emma and am a new member! I have been researching for months now about parrots and am still learning. I have submitted a rehome request and have my fingers crossed ! 

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    04-02-2018 7:03 PM
    Hi Emma. That is great news. Good luck. I am reasonably local to you W Sussex. Be patient sometimes rehoming can take some time.
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    04-02-2018 7:23 PM
    Hello - it is a bit quiet here isn't it, but welcome from another fairly new member. Hope you and the bird of your dreams find each other soon  



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    06-02-2018 12:24 PM
    Yep the forums are very quiet these days, however if you have a general question its always worth posting. Normally someone will pick it up and reply
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