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. 
  • Remy

    REMY is a 20+ female double yellow-headed Amazon, who definitely prefers being a woman's bird. Unfortunately, Remy's trust has been broken several times in the last five years, through no fault of her own. And, don't we hate when that happens! This girl will need someone who understands that parrots can be very emotional creatures in the face of loss. Remy has the capacity to be very companionable. Before her world was turned upside down, she enjoyed watching TV, singing and dancing with her person. She can be a fear biter at times, and one must exercise caution in helping her come out of her shell. She really needs someone to help her be able to trust again. Remy isn't for just anyone, but with the right person to bring out her inner bird, slowly but surely she will thrive.She's a good eater; though not fond of pellets, she likes fresh fruits, vegetables and people food. Her adoption fee of $325 includes a size-appropriate cage. If you're looking to help a special needs bird, and you have the time and the temperament to work with her, don't rule Remy out.

  • Birdie-Birdie

    BIRDIE-BIRDIE is an assumed male quaker (a DNA test will tell), approximately 8 years old, who hasn't been handled in recent months prior to admission to the program; as a result, he is a bit cage aggressive, but his fosters are working on that and are making progress. He's actually a fairly encouraging work in process, and we expect he will make the right someone a very nice pet once he regains his composure and his trust in people, which were a bit shaken during the illness of his former owner. Birdie-Birdie's adoption fee will be set following a vet check, and it will include a right-sized cage.

  • Angel

    Angel is a teen-aged male Indian Ringneck, whom his humans dearly loved but had to rehome when one of the family members developed severe allergies. Angel steps up, but as with all parakeets, he can be a bit territorial when in his cage. Once out of the cage, however, he loves to interact and sit on someone's shoulder or on top of his cage and survey his surroundings. He says a few words, notably "Angel's a baby," sings a couple of songs and wolf whistles. He begs for food when he deems it necessary, or maybe just for fun, and he is a very loving pet. He likes a good seed mix and will eat pellets sneaked into the mix. He is particularly fond of peeled grapes (seriously, this bird is not spoiled!), apples and green beans. Angel will make a great pet for someone who knows that lots of personality so often comes in small packages. Angel's adoption fee is $250, and he comes with a size-appropriate playtop cage

  • Amie

    Aimee is an "experienced" female Indian Ringneck of unknown age, and she is quite a little lady! Though we don't know as much about her background as we would like, it's clear that once upon a time she was a beloved pet. Of late, however, she was left to her own devices in a cage, but after only a day of working with her she is stepping up for her foster family with only a small protest, and she gives kisses! Such a sweetie, she really wants to be your new best friend! Aimee is a great little eater, enjoys oranges and apples, bananas and pasta, along with peas and carrots; she also eats some seeds along with her pelleted diet. Aimee can be vocal, as most birds in the parakeet family are, but she quiets down immediately when asked. Way to go girl! Aimee's adoption includes a very nice playtop cage she seems to like quite well. Her Adoption Fee is $175.00