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Help! Lost bird!

Trishzatko

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Our male Cockatiel flew away near Tates Creek in Lexington Ky. On April 3rd. It is my son's bird and we are devastated... Reward offered. Please help.


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Please post this in highway home and on parrot alert sub form
 

Trishzatko

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Our precious Reagan flew away near Tates Creek in Lexington, Ky. It is my son's bird and he is ten years old. We are heartbroken. Please help...
 

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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

 

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I hope you find him. You should contact local vet offices too.
 

Trishzatko

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My son has lost his pet of 10 years. Reagan is a male cockatiel that flew out the door accidentallyin Lexington, Ky.. We are devastated. If you have seen him, 20201124_194722.jpg there is a big reward. We just want him back. Thank you!
 

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I really really hope you find him! Post everywhere: facebook groups, put up flyers, anything to get the word out. Best of luck. :heart:
 

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I hope you find him. Also, you can contact your local police department and vet offices. People sometimes turn in or report found birds there.
 

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Check and post on craigslist.
Contact your local pet shops, vet offices, shelters, and grooming places. Many have bulliten boards you can post a flyer at.
Ask anyone you know if you can put a flyer up in the window of their car.
Ask elementary schools if you can post a flyer for kids - kids often are the ones that see things adults miss, and they love the idea of a reward!
Find local facebook groups for your area - not just pet ones.
 

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These are the tips I always post for folks who lost a bird;

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


Ask elementary schools if you can post a flyer for kids - kids often are the ones that see things adults miss, and they love the idea of a reward!
Wow, love this idea! Kids are really observant at times! :)

Wishing you all the luck in the world Trish!
 
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