My name is Beamer & Bentley!

Cockatiel for adoption in St. Louis, Missouri - Beamer & Bentley
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St. Louis Avian Rescue (STAR)

Facts about Beamer & Bentley

  • Breed: Cockatiel
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
Beamer & Bentley are bonded and must be adopted together.

Beamer is a very sweet male Cockatiel. He can say good birdie, make kissing noises, whistles ALL THE TIME!!! and knows most of the Andy Griffith Theme song. He is absolutely darling. You will fall in love with him immediately.

He eats a pelleted diet. But he will eat almost anything offered to him.

Bentley is a great bird- loves attention and cuddling. He would love to just hang out with you all day and be your new BFF. He knows a few words- step up, kissing noises, whispers to you at bedtime.

Bentley doesn’t like baths, but he likes being with you while you shower and just hanging out with you. He also likes to preen your face and hair. He likes to hang upside down on your finger and preen himself. (You have to flip him and he will hang there, he doesn’t just fall over on his own)

Bentley eats pellets but fruits. Like Mango and papaya. His previous owners loved him very much. But their life situation changed and they could no longer keep him.

Adoption Fee: $200 for both

Beamer Hatch Date: 6/1/2003

Bentley Approx Hatch: 2013


About St. Louis Avian Rescue (STAR)

About Our Rescue Group...

While the public has become more familiar with puppy mills and the issue of dog and cat overpopulation, most people are not aware of the plight of homeless companion birds. These animals are victims of over-breeding just as other pet species are, and despite the illegality, many are still wild-caught. In addition to the problems faced by homeless pets of all kinds, birds have the added "burden" of longevity. Parrot species can live thirty, fifty, even eighty years. This increases the likelihood that a bird will have multiple homes in his or her lifetime.

STAR is a 501(c)(3) charity formed to address the issue of homeless birds in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Our volunteers foster a variety of bird species, with the eventual goal of placement in forever homes. We also strive to educate and instruct the public in not only the care of companion birds, but in the appreciation of wild birds as well. We have volunteers who can speak to children and adults on a range of topics.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We regularly hold “Meet the Birds” events, where the public can learn more about us, our birds, and our mission. We also attend community events to inform people about our mission and to show some of our available birds. Those interested in a particular bird can always contact us by phone or e-mail to arrange a meeting with that bird.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in a particular bird, you need to fill out an Adoption Application, which can be found on our website. The application can then be mailed or e-mailed to us. Home visits are required prior to all bird adoptions, and we prefer local adoptions. Also, we will not ship any of our adoptable birds, and we do not adopt to breeders. All references will be checked for all birds. If approved, you must drive to St. Louis, MO to pick up the approved bird. Adoption donations must be paid in cash. (We apologize that we can no longer accept personal checks.) For a range of suggested adoption donations, please see our FAQ page, or contact us to inquire about a specific bird.

One important factor to take into consideration is if you smoke. All animals are negatively affected by tobacco smoke, but birds in particular are susceptible to its effects. In addition to breathing and overall health problems, many birds will obsessively preen in an attempt to rid themselves of the smoke, and the result can be severe feather plucking. If you or another household member smoke, we will not approve the application, and we recommend you not adopt any animal.