Hello! My name is Sunshine
I am good with kids and good with birds.
Sunshine is a 5 year old Sun Conure who is very friendly and affectionate. He just loves lots of attention! His favorite thing is hanging out with you -- whether you are watching TV or reading a book. He steps up well and likes to be scratched on the head. Like all birds, Sunshine can be a little loud at times, but, keeping him busy with lots of toys and foraging for treats is a great way to help him stay occupied and quieter. Sunshine is a bit of a seed junkie and so is learning to eat a better diet, including pellets, fresh vegetables, whole grains, and fresh fruit. Sunshine is a fantastic bird who will give a lot of love to his adopter!
In addition to Sunshine, Phoenix Landing has other Conures and many other birds of all sizes and species and for all levels of experience. We'd be happy to work with you to find your great bird match!
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Rescue Group Info...
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.
You can find out about our upcoming Classes (where you can meet some of our adoptable birds) at our web site: http://www.phoenixlanding.org/events.html
- 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