My name is Olly!

Amazon for adoption in Hightstown, New Jersey - Olly
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For The Love Of Birds

Facts about Olly

  • Breed: Amazon
  • Color: Green
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
Olly is a very handsome 22 y/o Double Yellow Headed Amazon. He has the most beautiful eyes and is the sweetest boy ever! :) He comes from a very loving family who unfortunately had to re-home him, due to personal family circumstances. He has been loved his entire life and is looking for someone who can let him out and interact with him...preferably a home with adults and older children. He does get along with cats as well, as long as they're friendly and playful. He loves his dried fruit and nuts, and eats fresh cooked veggies, as well as pasta and the occasional cracker and peanut for a treat. Olly is currently available for adoption, his disease test results were negative. He will make an amazing addition to a loving family. He is being fostered in Hillsborough, NJ.

About For The Love Of Birds

About Our Rescue Group...

For the Love of Birds is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of companion birds. We are a network of volunteers throughout New Jersey, and surrounding areas. We take in birds in need of new homes, and place them in nurturing and educational foster homes until a loving new family is found.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption procedure begins with completing an adoption application and returning it to us. We will check your references and then call you for a telephone interview. While we check your references, we will ask that you review an educational power point presentation. After your application is approved, it is our policy that you visit with the bird(s) three times to have multiple interactions with them and give you time to consider the adoption and get ready for your new family member. There is an adoption fee for each bird.