I'm being cared for by: Phoenix Landing Foundation Asheville NC
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Eli
Breed: Parakeet - Quaker
ELI This busy little quaker was found outside several years ago. He has a wing that was injured earlier and did not heal properly, but it does not keep him from vigorously flapping his wings, staying busy with activities in and out of his cage, or enjoying time with others. He dives into his fresh mash and fruit every day, and it is a joy to see!
The Phoenix Landing Foundation (PL) is a non-profit all-volunteer organization. PL promotes and protects the welfare of parrots, especially those with an extensive lifespan. We provide for parrots of all types in need, and act as advocates for those without protection. Visit our website at http://www.phoenixlanding.org for more information. We also sponsor great educational seminars! All are welcome (please do not bring your birds or other pets). Most of PL's classes are free, although of course we always welcome donations.
Come Meet Our Pets...
.Most of our birds are being fostered in private homes in the MD, VA, NC, SC, and DC area. Sometimes, we have foster families bring their birds to these events for prospective adopters to meet them.
Our Adoption Process...
We require: - An Adoption Application - A brief in-Home Visit with you and your family (for birds larger than a cockatiel) - Attendance at an Intro class (recommended for all, required for birds larger than a cockatiel). For large birds (macaws, cockatoos, amazons, greys, eclectus, etc.) we also require an Advanced class. - An Adoption Fee (for birds larger than a cockatiel) -- adoption fees vary, larger birds have higher fees
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