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Lost Cockatiel

Sara P

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Sara Pomerantz
Our gray and white pet Cockatiel flew out the door last night at dusk. We live in Fayston, VT and the temperature is in the 40s. We have her cage outside the door she flew out. Looking for hope and praying for a siting.
 

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BirdG1rl

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Mara M.M
I am so sorry. I hope you find him soon! Have you tried leaving millet outside, piping tiel sounds, leaving her cage out, and posting on bird forums like this one and putting up posters? All these things can help you recover a lost birb.
 

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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

 

Sara P

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Sara Pomerantz
I am so sorry. I hope you find him soon! Have you tried leaving millet outside, piping tiel sounds, leaving her cage out, and posting on bird forums like this one and putting up posters? All these things can help you recover a lost birb.
Thank you for the kind message and tips. We’ve done most of these suggestions, but not all.
 

Sara P

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Sara Pomerantz
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

Thank you for your suggestions. I’ve been walking and calling. We live in the mountains, with large stretches of forest. I’ve been going to nearby clearings and am hopeful maybe he’ll find his way to a neighboring home. Many thanks.
 
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