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Rescue Me ID: 18-01-10-00157Jenday conure

Pet Bird    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 

    My name is Buddha and I hatched June 1 2014 in Hawaii I need a quiet home and a shoulder to sit on I prefer human company that can whistle to other birds I love baths and a low setting blow dry when its cold I can be very noisy if there is too much going on around me I love to cuddle I can bring my cage with me

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

Douglas County Nevada

Lance 775 315 7420

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Rescue Me ID: 17-12-25-00085Zebra Finches

Pet Bird    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Birds 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 

    Eleven zebra finches (fee is for all the birds, $15 individually). They are available as we have to move and can't take them with us. Friendly, active and healthy, 1-3 years old 6 females and 5 males. Prefer to keep together as they are bonded. Introduce slowly if mixing with other birds as males are territorial. Their extra large cage (Prevue F040) also available with the birds for an additional $50.

 Adoption Fee: $80 Animal Location:

Clark County Las Vegas, NV MAP IT!

Carolyn Renaud

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Rescue Me ID: 17-12-08-00284SUlphur Crested Cockat (male)

Pet Bird    Age: Adult

Personality: Very High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 

    Beau was a wild caught rescued from Port of Seattle in 1989 as he was smuggled in from Indonesia.. He has since had to have his import ring cut off so I do not have that any longer. He has been hand tamed and talks, does tricks, plays with the dogs, cats, and other birds.I have had him for 30 years but health issues and his reverting is causing me to find someone who can spend the time with him that he needs. He has plucked his chest bare but feathers are trying to come back in. He is healthy, very vocal, curious and it breaks my heart to have to find him a home but it is necessary. He is a Major sulpher crested cockatoo in his sexual ... (Read More)maturity and perfect for breeding. I have beautiful photos from before he plucked his feathers but have not taken one since. If you need me to send those please ask. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Carson City Carson City, NV MAP IT!

Therrie O'Halloran

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Bird in Nevada
    Birds can make good pets in Nevada if they match your IifestyIe. Exotic tropical birds such as Parrots and Cockatiels, as well as Finches, Doves, Pigeons, and other varieties, are often kept in captivity as beautiful and interesting pets. Unfortunately, many owners may not know how to care for their birds properly, while others experience life changes that may leave their pets without a suitable home. Captive birds can suffer from nutritional deficiencies, psychological stress, and many other problems when they do not receive proper care. Many wild exotic birds are endangered as a result of the international pet trade. Non-profit bird sanctuaries provide homes for some birds for whom their owners can no longer provide care. However, many more of these birds need to be adopted by committed owners who have taken the time to thoroughly understand what it takes to care for the birds. A person who is ready for the responsibility of owning a bird should seriously consider adopting one rather than buying a new one.

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    Parrots mimic humans but do not mimic any other kind of animal in the wild. Most captive birds are unable to find a permanent home and experience some kind of abuse or neglect in their lifetimes. Parrots can die from exposure to normal household substances such as bleach fumes, perfumes, and anything sprayed from an aerosol can.

Related pages:

Bird Rescue

Nevada Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Clark County - Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
The Animal Foundation Lied Shelter 702-384-3333

Clark County - Las Vegas, NV 89118
Nevada SPCA 702-873-SPCA

Washoe County - Reno, NV 89502
Nevada Humane Society 775-283-5463

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or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
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