Welcome to the Avenue,
Here are some tips to maybe help find your girl;
Have you listed her 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 her
Go around the neighbourhood with pictures asking if anyone has seen her
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
This was sent to me by Ellen Kessler member of 911 Parrot Alert on FB....It has some excellent advice and needs to be read by all because we DON'T "think" when this happens!! We need to stay CALM so we can do the very best for our birds...just like "instint" takes over when they escape and...
Here are some links that will help in the Event that one of Our Beloved Fids gets Lost. There is also info about Making Your Home safe:) https://www.911parrotalert.com/resources/tips/ BirdMart.com - Lost Parrot Tips - Learn tips on how to find your lost pet bird. Post a free cla...
:) http://goodbirdinc.blogspot.com/2008/08/when-flighted-parrot-escapes.html http://goodbirdinc.blogspot.com/2008/11/get-your-flighted-parrot-back-home.html
I know my friend lost her two lovebirds two years ago, they got out of the cage one day while she was out. Only one came home (later found out she is female, sex unknown of the other) she is doing good now, even though she lost her sibling and friend. She even bonded to another bird a year or so later.
You can try introducing more foraging opportunities and a good variety of toys, switching them up to keep things interesting. Be sure you spend plenty of time interacting with your bird so she doesn´t get too lonely.