Adoptable Birds

Click on the picture or the name to see the individual page for each bird. If you would like to adopt a bird, please see the ADOPT page for information on what to do next. We have many more birds than are listed here. If you are interested in a specific type of bird, please fill out an adoption form so specifying, and we will be in touch with you to discuss available birds. 
  • Norman

    Norman is a handsome young spectacled Amazon, approximately 8 years old. He loves to share a meal with you, and will tell you all about it until you give him some of what you're eating. Though he is not for breeding, Norman appears to get along with other birds, especially "cute chicks" of the Amazon persuasion. Norman checked out fine with the vet, though he could use a diet that includes more veggies. Like all Amazons, he loves a bath. Norman's adoption fee is $425, which includes a size-appropriate cage

  • Hans

    HANS is a 19 year-old, absolutely adorable Hahn's Macaw, who is a really fun talker. His repertoire includes "I love you," "Hi," "Wotcha doin,'" "Hungry?", "Mmmmm, it's good," and "Uh, oh!" (one of his favorites). He also barks like a dog. He likes shredable toys, and he loves his Happy Hut (green only) for sleeping. He's an excellent "watch bird," and enjoys spending time near a sunny window where the action is. He's a brave little guy, so must be watched carefully around larger birds and pets. He rather resents having his cage redecorated, and he doesn't like a lot of clutter. Hans is a good little eater (quality seed mix and pellets) and likes his snacks, including Nutriberries, birdy bread, fruits, veggies and scrambled eggs. Pending his vet check, Hans's adoption fee will likely be $375 and will include his cage, as well as the recipe for his favorite birdy bread.

  • JB ("Just Bird")

    JB ("JUST BIRD") is a 23-year male Citron-crested Cockatoo hybrid, whose original owners are making a career move out of state. Sadly, their new digs will not be able to accommodate JB, with whom they also find themselves less able to spend quality time. Ah, but he's a great bird! JB is relatively quiet (Nice!), appears to have NO self-esteem issues (OUT-standing!), eats well, and is quite entertaining. He also has an "evil laugh," talks some and is very interactive. JB enjoys time out of his cage hanging with his humans, watching TV, listening to music (especially 50s and classic rock), and being part of the action. He also enjoys spending time outdoors but must be secured because he is flighted. JB is a seasonal plucker, but we think he's just about perfect for anyone who's looking for a best friend who's feathered but barks like a dog on occasion. Pending his vet check, JB's adoption fee will include a size-appropriate cage and his play stand.

  • Chance

    CHANCE is a large male Blue & Gold Macaw whose owner's failing health has necessitated his rehoming. He is rather mild-mannered and seems to be settling in nicely to his new life with a foster, who is helping him work on his social skills and an ability to entertain himself with toys. One thing we can say for certain . . . This boy loves to eat, and he hasn't skipped a beat in the appetite area. Chance lived in a home that had an open-door policy, and he doesn't like to be cooped up; what he prefers is to be in the center of activity, safely atop his cage, surveying the goings-on. Chance has a slight--recently developed prior to his resettlement--feather picking issue under one wing, but we are nipping that in the bud, and we are confident he will leave bad habits behind as he develops his confidence and trust in a new environment. The adoption fee for Chance is $450 and includes a size-appropriate cage.

  • Shiloh & Opal

    Shiloh (left) and Opal (right) are blue and gold macaws in their late teens and late twenties respectively. Currently they are cage mates, but we are hoping to help them become more independent of each other. Vet check is pending and we will DNA test them, but both are believed to be males, since they have been together over ten years and neither has laid an egg. Both appear to have good pet quality.They're not ready for adoption yet, either together or separately. Of course, they squabble . . . they're macaws! Obviously, only time will tell, and they themselves are likely to have more than a casual say in the matter of whether or not they should remain together in the same cage. Notwithstanding we have some work cut out for us, we wanted to list them on the site sooner rather than later, so we can update on their progress. Adoption fee(s) will be posted once we have veterinary results and determine whether Shiloh and Opal would prefer to stay together or not. In the meantime, we will be accepting indications of interest.

  • Miss Pickles

    At 40+ and going strong, MISS PICKLES, a red-lored Amazon, is an experienced pet and a bit of a grand dame. When out of her cage, which she loves to be, she enjoys head scritches. Pickles loves men but also does well with women. She laughs and says hello. She's a very tidy bird and easy to care for, not at all demanding. Though she is a little arthritic, she remains good-natured; Miss P has a good appetite, likes baths, likes to hang with people but not to excess, rather Amazon-like of her! Some birds, like Keith Richards, are just happy to be somewhere. That's Miss Pickles for ya! Miss Pickles is an engaging senior citizen available for adoption for a $350 adoption fee and comes with a size-appropriate cage.