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i have this conure that flew into my house and ive been taking care of it for about five months now. i wanted to know if anyone had any tips or tricks on taking care of this kind of bird
of course if i remember correctly he flew into my house during a riot in my area i dont remember what month since i wasnt keeping track at the timeBeyond keeping an eye out for lost posters, you should proactively search. Report the bird found to vets, including non-bird vets, & to your municipal shelter. Put online classified found ads on websites & newspapers. Don't add pictures to the online ads or necessarily even state species. Found bird, e-mail to identify will do.
Do what you'd want done if this were your bird.
il be taking him?her to the vet asap he didnt have a caller or anything of that sort when the bird flew into my house i know they have good memory so idk if you know anything i could do to confirm that he is okay with the other person whenever i return him . i understand where you are coming from i would like to get him home but im also a +A and above babysitter so until then i got the birds back lolThey need fairly large cages: Wingspan Info | Natural Inspirations Parrot cages
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And definitely look for the owners more than just lost posters. Birds can end up miles away from home. As someone who lost a green cheek conure 5 years ago I can tell you my heart still breaks thinking someone found her and didn't try to get her back to me. Check with vets, shelters, Facebook groups, etc.