Wow, they're adorable! I love parrots I'm so glad you got to go visit them!
Me too! If I wasn't a college student I would definitely adopt a smaller parrot from themWow, they're adorable! I love parrots I'm so glad you got to go visit them!
Me too! They said that they have a 96% success rate because they let the bird choose the person, and the application is very thorough in asking what the living situation would be like. Of course, some of them aren't able to be rehomed- one of the macaws is extremely aggressive for example, but they are definitely well cared for.The birds are beautiful.
I hope they all find good, safe and loving forever homes! :fingerx:
They definitely do!Amazing, they all look like they have a great home now.
It was really cool! Lots of birds in one spot though, it was quite loudWow that place looks amazing!
Thanks! Good to know what they were! They're very pretty parrots, aren't they? The Meyers was cracking me up, he was looking at us the entire time upside downNice pics :biggrin1:
In regards to the two parrots you were unsure of, the one with the black feathers on its face is a Nanday Conure and the picture below that one is a Meyers parrot!
Yes, it really was a great place. I plan on asking them to notify me if they get a male budgie in, as I can easily take in another.You are right, the birds are in good shape and their cages, overall area is well maintained. This is a good bird rescue. Check back with them, They may get the bird you want soon. This place is a better place to get a bird from than just searching for a good bird shop.