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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 

Welcome to our rehoming pages.

Below you will find details on the birds that we currently have available for foster.  Please be sure to read the important Re-Homing Information page before you submit your application to our re-homing team. Once you have found a bird that you are interested in fostering, please Submit a Rehoming Application to our rehoming team, who will contact you once they have reviewed your application. 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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Jazz & Milo (Alexandrine Parakeets) - 1597 & 1990

Name: Jazz & Milo

Species: Alexandrine Parakeets

Reference No: 1597 & 1990

Summary: Hello! We're Jazz and Milo, a bonded pair of Alexandrine Parakeets looking for a true forever home where we can spend the rest of our days.

We've spent many years in Birdline as show birds, travelling to events to let people know about the the brilliant work Birdline does and how they can help out. Our mum thinks we're ready to settle down and put life on the road behind us, which is why we're looking for a forever home. Because our lives have been full of excitement, we really need a home that will be permanent and humans who will give us a place to stay for the rest of our lives. So, only apply if you're able to give us that kind of commitment. If you can, you won't be sorry. As show birds, we are gentle and used to people and being handled. Jazz, in particular, is a very friendly lady. She loves women and children, but will sit and cuddle with anyone. I, Milo, am a little bit more reserved. I'm gentle, but I might wait until I get to know you well before I let my guard down. I tend to have a preference for men, but once I trust people, I'll go to anyone. I'm also quite adventurous and like to investigate my surroundings and have a chew on this and that. We both particularly love to chew on rope toys. Jazz is funny because sometimes she hides behind cushions or even up a sleeve. She likes to keep you on your toes! We're not noisy birds and are really lovely to have around, if I do say so myself. It goes without saying that we can only be rehomed together. I get anxious if I can't see Jazz because I love her so much. Because we have each other we tend not to bother about other birds. We love being out of our cage, but if you have to work we are able to keep each other company for a few hours. As long as you let us out as soon as you get home, of course. Oh, we also love a pistachio in the shell at bedtime ~ Just saying. If you think you can give us a peaceful retirement home, please apply for us. We can't wait to meet you!

Comes with cage? Yes

Location: Surrey

Note: This bird is in the latter stages of the rehoming process and a potential forever home may have been found. Please do not apply for this bird unless the red writing is removed. Thank you.

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