Hello! My name is Albie
A 20 year plus, male/female (?) orange winged amazon who is especially fearful of hands. He was rescued from a home where he was kept in a basement, with no natural light/windows 3 years ago. He was very wild and the surrendering family worked with him quite a bit. He still does not want to step up or have you touch him much, but he will take treats from you and is definately NOT aggressive. He actually will return to the inside of his cage (from the top play area) when you tell him, 'in your cage' and offer him a peanut. Once you gain his trust, you can pet his feet and chest inside the cage and can hold him on your chest. Albie has tons of potential for the person willing to take the time with him. He was given up due to husband's allergies/breathing problems.
The mission of A Place to Call Home Parrot Rescue and Adoption is to provide long and short term care for companion birds by providing proper nutrition, housing, exercise, medical care, training, rehabilitation and stimuli to create healthy, happy and well adjusted pets. We are dedicated to finding loving, long term homes for all of our birds whenever possible.
A Place to Call Home is also committed to providing educational resources and programs to bird owners, volunteers and the general public with hope that by educating people about care and ownership of companion birds, we will be able to enhance the lives of these birds everywhere.
Friday - 1 to 7 p.m.
Saturday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday through Thursday - by appointment only
114 Main St., Creston, IL 60113
Adoption application, adoption contract, 3 visits with bird, home visit and adoption fee (varies with bird)
All of Illinois