Looking for experienced bird owner to take bird that needs rehab

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Looking for experienced bird owner to take bird that needs rehab

Post by cj » Mon, 02 Apr 2001 13:15:31



I am looking for a good home for a lutino***atiel.
I took in two birds because they were in a bad situation, but I am not
capable of giving them the time needed to tame them down. They fight
terribly and need to be in separate homes. I have found a home for one of
the***atiels, but I am in search of another person experienced with
neglected birds. The***atiel is a lutino and is strongly presumed to be
male. He has been examined by an avian vet and has a clean bill of health.
He is a curious, active bird that bites and is skittish. He may experience
separation issues. I am in central NC. It is hard to give him up but I know
he has huge potential with the right person hopefully as a pet, but also a
breeder. Only experienced bird owners will be considered, and who preferably

 
 
 

Looking for experienced bird owner to take bird that needs rehab

Post by Lou Boy » Mon, 02 Apr 2001 15:35:22


Quote:

> I am looking for a good home for a lutino***atiel.
> I took in two birds because they were in a bad situation, but I am not
> capable of giving them the time needed to tame them down. They fight
> terribly and need to be in separate homes. I have found a home for one of
> the***atiels, but I am in search of another person experienced with
> neglected birds. The***atiel is a lutino and is strongly presumed to be
> male. He has been examined by an avian vet and has a clean bill of health.
> He is a curious, active bird that bites and is skittish. He may experience
> separation issues. I am in central NC. It is hard to give him up but I know
> he has huge potential with the right person hopefully as a pet, but also a
> breeder. Only experienced bird owners will be considered, and who preferably


My hat's off to you for describing your bird well and looking for the
best home for him. I'm not a candidate but I think your appoach is the
right one.
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Looking for experienced bird owner to take bird that needs rehab

Post by Roby » Mon, 02 Apr 2001 17:46:24


If I was there I would take him in a heartbeat, but alas I am in North
Idaho.  Good luck to you.

Quote:

> I am looking for a good home for a lutino***atiel.
> I took in two birds because they were in a bad situation, but I am not
> capable of giving them the time needed to tame them down. They fight
> terribly and need to be in separate homes. I have found a home for one of
> the***atiels, but I am in search of another person experienced with
> neglected birds. The***atiel is a lutino and is strongly presumed to be
> male. He has been examined by an avian vet and has a clean bill of health.
> He is a curious, active bird that bites and is skittish. He may experience
> separation issues. I am in central NC. It is hard to give him up but I
know
> he has huge potential with the right person hopefully as a pet, but also a
> breeder. Only experienced bird owners will be considered, and who
preferably


 
 
 

Looking for experienced bird owner to take bird that needs rehab

Post by Lorraine Marti » Tue, 03 Apr 2001 01:01:02


Just incase:
Lorraine

Cloudcuckooland Aviary and Shelter
PO Box 789
Castle Hayne, NC 28429-0789
Marcia Tyson Kolb

The Tropics - *** Bird Rescue
The Tropics
P.O. Box 686
Kannapolis, NC 28082-0686


Quote:

> I am looking for a good home for a lutino***atiel.
> I took in two birds because they were in a bad situation, but I am not
> capable of giving them the time needed to tame them down. They fight
> terribly and need to be in separate homes. I have found a home for one of
> the***atiels, but I am in search of another person experienced with
> neglected birds. The***atiel is a lutino and is strongly presumed to be
> male. He has been examined by an avian vet and has a clean bill of health.
> He is a curious, active bird that bites and is skittish. He may experience
> separation issues. I am in central NC. It is hard to give him up but I
know
> he has huge potential with the right person hopefully as a pet, but also a
> breeder. Only experienced bird owners will be considered, and who
preferably