> > LOST ECLECTUS baby in Jackson MI > Contact: Jackson Police Dept. or call 517-748-0395 > > This is a 4 month old Vos baby (Eclectus), fully feathered, name > Rosie, > responds to name with honking when called, responds to Mamma when > called. > She of course is not a strong flier yet and will be landing often to > rest > and is not a good lander yet and could be found perching almost > anywhere. > > She needs to be found as soon as we can...she was last fed formula > around 5 > PM, she does eat parrot mix as well as fresh and soft mixes like beak > appetit but needs to be fed still 4 times a day even if she isnt > always > eating it. > > She was last seen flying low to the west at the corner of Ellery road > and > Hamlin Road in Jackson, Michigan. She is banded. > > Her new owners are offering a 500.00 reward for her swift and safe > return. > > PLEASE HELP US...If we can get bird people in the area calling for her > SHE WILL RESPOND eventually.
On the afternoon of July 27th, (sunday) our two-year old African Grey Timneh flew away from our home on Ellenwood Dr, intersecting with Arlington Blvd (rt 50). His name is Paco, and he is the baby of our family. He is a charcoal grey parrot, with a red tail (his right leg has a chipped claw) We've had him since he was three weeks old. We are heart-broken. Paco is also microchipped, if scanned our information will appear. Please, if anyone has seen him, or has found him, call us at 703-477-2937, or 718-909-7097.
Lost Small Green Parrot - LARGE REWARD Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 2007-08-20, 2:06PM EDT
My parrot was let go while I was in a Hospital in Florida. He was lost on Friday, 8-10-07. He is green with red and blue tail feathers underneath. He has a snow white cap on top of his head. He has a metal band on his leg. He was handraised and is very tame unless scared. If you spot him walking along, you can put out your fingers and ask him to step up....DO NOT TRY TO GRAB HIM, he may fly away because of fright. Approach him slowly and you may have a chance of having him come to you. PLease call 734-482-0981 or 734-678-3405 if you even spot him.
this is cross posted. again i do NOT!!!!!!! have any further information than this, you will have to call to find out more
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NOT LIMITED TO MICHIGAN PLEASE CROSS POST Attention Michigan Rescue folks.....emergency situation!!!
Just got a frantic call from Grand Rapids.....it seems the girls father owns a pet shop and is a major parrot breeder.....he is M.I. and in jail.... house has been condemned, and he has from 300-1000 parrots of differing ages and species in there.....if we don't rescue them....they will be "humanely" euthanized. Some of the babies are on formula .......need to get to them NOW
Please call me at ....... 989 939 8390
if you know anyone who can help, please spread the word
i was asked to spread the word. for anyone around or can get to frazier park, california
*reposted from Friends Of Parrots*
Janet Ragonesi just contacted me about the following: Janelle of Avitech in Frazier Park is in dire temporary need of assistance with her approximately 100 birds of various species and sizes. The fires are imminently coming her way and she is surrounded by fire trucks. However, her birds need to be evacuated temporarily. There is a vet who offered to take them all in. However, they have to be delivered to him. Janelle is begging for help in having people call her and make arrangements to come with carrying cases to remove the birds to the vet or to their homes during this emergency. If you can help, AND ALSO PASS THIS MESSAGE ALONG TO ANYONE YOU KNOW IN THE PARROT COMMUNITY, please contact her at 800 646-bird.
Fran Ezer Friends of Parrots Rescue & Adoption
i do not know ~~~ANY~~~ further information, so call her to find out
Today (tuesday, august 3rd) at about 2:45pm I saw a white and blue pied parakeet or budgie flying north over East San Martin Avenue in San Martin, California. It was across from Renee Court, nearest cross street is Center. Landed in a walnut tree, but by the time I stopped and turned around he was gone again.
Ophelia went missing in the Oriental Garden in Downtown Norfolk (VA). I had her out playing with her sister and 2 brothers when someones cat comes running in and chases her under a bush.We waited @ least 2 hours for her. She is extremly friendly, she has a squirly sort of look. Most of her tail is a brownish black execpt for the base which is a whiteish pink. Please email me anytime if you have any information.
For anyone that lives in Oakville or Mississauga ontario who lost a Female Cockatiel? cause I was called by a friend saying thay found a Grey (cinnimon) cockatiel and they brought it to the Oakville Humane society and she thought it might be Tony but it turned out to be a girl(she couldn't tell) The phone number is (905) 845-1551 I Hope her owner find her apprently she landed on someone shoulder before they caught her so it looks liek she might be tame.
X-post this to anyone that may have lost a bird of this discription in this area
Hello. This is slightly off-topic, but I thought you might be willing to help, given the circumstances.
I live in Japan with my two pet cockatiels that I've owned for almost three years. I'll be returning to America in August, but the USDA has told me that 'because of avian influenza H5N1' they won't issue me an import permit. However, there is no H5N1 virus present in Japan, a fact that both the World Health Organization and the World Organization for Animal Health recognize.
Please help me by visiting my website at www.piperandkia.com where you can print out the form letter and mail it to the USDA to show your support. You can help further by spreading the word!
"I've lost a cockatiel in Owensboro, KY near OMHS (hospital). He flew away today, 6/13/2006. He is EXTREMELY tame and will likely seek someone out. He has a screaming issue and doesn't like to be alone. If you or someone you know finds him PLEASE call me at (270) 302-0861 or email me at email@example.com
hi. i've never posted a parrot alert before so maybe some of you can help me spread the word.
a coworker of mine just came in to tell me that she and her husband have been seeing what sounds to me like a lutino indian ringneck (she said all yellow, long tail, medium sized-small-bird but when i sent her pictures of ringnecks she said she was not 100% sure) in HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY.
it was last seen at willow & 9th, and the zip code of that area is 07030.
the bird is fully flighted and appears to be very friendly but shied away from my coworker's attempts to catch it because my coworker has a really big dog.
any advice? anywhere else i should post this?
EDIT: it's a cockatiel. here's the husband's description: "I think it has mostly yellow, grey, and white coloring, maybe a red beak? Also a crest and long tail feathers. Poor birdie....... "