Pearl is kinda fidgety and neither of us are very tame YET but our foster daddy has experience with untame lovebirds so he’s very optimistic that we will be friendly to people! Right now, even though we will come out of our cage if given the chance, we are very skittish of humans. Our foster daddy continues to work with us on this, showing us that humans can be trusted and loved.
Our daddy has transitioned us to Roudybush nibbles, which is much better than that seed diet we were on!. He hopes that soon we will try fresh fruits and veggies. Would you consider adopting us? We are so young, I know we could learn to be wonderful, friendly companions with someone willing to be patient and show us lots of love. Why don't you come meet us and you can see for yourself how cute we are? We dont have many toys right now so maybe you can look at our wishlist? We have toys and food on there. Here is the link:
All gifts are very appreciated. (Pearl got confused and gave the nice lady who set up our wish list the wrong name. The Amazon link says Opal and Amethyst but it's really for Pearl and I) Thank you!!
We hope to meet you soon!
Love, Amethyst and Pearl
Interested in adoption? Please go to our website to fill out an application and to read our adoption protocols at http://floridaparrotrescue.com/adopt-foster-application/
An avian veterinarian has properly vetted all birds before they are placed up for adoption. Adoption fees include the bird's cage IF the bird has a cage - most do, but please ask!
Quaker Parrots: $50
Parrotlets, Indian Ringnecks: $75
Senegals, Lories, Meyers, Caiques, large Asiatic species: $200
Pionus, Amazons, Miniature Macaws (Hahns, Severe, Illigers, Yellow-Collared), Small Cockatoos (Goffins, Bare-Eyes): $275
Eclectus Parrots: $325
African Greys: $400
Large Cockatoos (Moluccan, Umbrella, Sulfur Crested, etc.): $400
Large Macaws (Blue and Gold, Scarlet, Greenwing, etc.): $500
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