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CarolynP

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Lost parakeet budgie bird, Oliver is still missing since 4/26/21, from Woodlake, Durham, NC. He is green with yellow face and blue tail, tame, likes people, and talks. We are devastated and miss him so much. Please help us bring him home. We hope and pray he is found soon. Mobile 919 694 1465. Reward for his return. 162FB553-67F8-447E-B342-42E68FAAFDB6.jpeg
 

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Put him on Parrot Alert, Craigslist, and Nextdoor.com if you haven't done that already and put his cage somewhere high with food water, and toys if he's nearby in a tree he might recognize his house and go home.
 

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So sorry to hear that Carolyn :(
This is the usual advice I offer to those with lost birds, though I understand some may be a little more difficult to do right now with world events;

Have you listed him on www.parrotalert.com ?
Post in facebook groups,
Email all vets (even cats/dogs ones)
create flyers to post in local shops etc
Walk around the streets calling him
Go around the neighbourhood with pictures asking if anyone has seen him
Check neighbours gardens
Check on top of apartment building roofs
Look in the local park in the trees
Advise local animal services (the pound, rescue centres)
Drop a poster off at the police station, fire station


Wishing you all the luck in the world!
 

CarolynP

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So sorry to hear that Carolyn :(
This is the usual advice I offer to those with lost birds, though I understand some may be a little more difficult to do right now with world events;

Have you listed him on www.parrotalert.com ?
Post in facebook groups,
Email all vets (even cats/dogs ones)
create flyers to post in local shops etc
Walk around the streets calling him
Go around the neighbourhood with pictures asking if anyone has seen him
Check neighbours gardens
Check on top of apartment building roofs
Look in the local park in the trees
Advise local animal services (the pound, rescue centres)
Drop a poster off at the police station, fire station


Wishing you all the luck in the world!
Thanks, I’ve been doing all those things for 3 weeks now. He doesn’t seem to be anywhere nearby. Just hoping and praying he his safe and healthy and someone spots him.
 

CarolynP

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Put him on Parrot Alert, Craigslist, and Nextdoor.com if you haven't done that already and put his cage somewhere high with food water, and toys if he's nearby in a tree he might recognize his house and go home.
Thanks, I’ve done all those things for 3 weeks, including walking around playing his cage mate‘s flock calls. The whole week he got out the wind was blowing hard and trees thrashing. I’m afraid he may have gotten blown far away. I just hope he is safe and someone spots him.
 

CarolynP

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A lot of people have bird first aid kits. We all need a bird escape kit too. Be prepared with a list of all the places listed above to post lost messages. Be prepared with good photographs. Be prepared with recordings of flock calls. And take note of anyone in your household who is absent-minded and watch them like a hawk when your birdie is out of its cage!
 
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