These sweet girls are a bonded pair. Trixie & Ripple both are Hand Tame and family friendly. They came from a family with kids and other pets. They have been tested for Environmental Disease and tested negative.
Fred is a 2 year old Senegal Parrot. He is a little nippy at times, but he still needs to adjust to the change in his life. He loves his veggies and working on pellets since he was fed seed instead of pellets, but he is coming around. He loves to give kisses and wants to be where the action is. We say he since we were told male, but have no definitive proof. His vetting is pending
Kona is a female White Faced Cockatiel and about 10 years old. She came to us with Chirp, Sage and Piper but unfortunately we lost Sage and Piper. Kona is a very sweet girl and loves people. Her test results are negative and she will be looking for her forever home soon!
This male budgie is Chirp. He came to us with Kona, Sage and Piper. Unfortunately, Sage had an inoperable bone tumor and Piper passed during surgery on her foot. This lonely little guy’s test results are negative and will be looking for his forever home soon.
Steven is a Congo African Grey in his twenties and Lusa is a Double-Yellow Headed Amazon in her late twenties. Both birds lived in the same home for the last ten years and they are bonded. Steven loves to talk, give kisses, and get stratches. Steven does not like men. Lusa is tolerant of both men and women but prefers women. Lusa loves showers, scratches, and to dance. These two would make the perfect addition to most families. Such incredible birds.
Available for Adoption
Cher recently lost her bonded Derbyan mate Sonny. This beautiful bird came to us in the huge surrender in August 2016 known as Operation Treasured Angels She loves to eat chop and almonds. Green apples are a favorite too. She is not tame, but are extremely lively and so much fun to watch. Being her mate passed away there could be a great opportunity to work on getting her hand tame. She is looking for their forever home with someone who will enjoy her just as she is. Her test results were negative.
Allen and Jackson are a pair of parakeets, or otherwise known as budgies. They are very new to CWA, so we are still evaluating them. What we know so far is that they are not tame, (that can change). Parakeets make wonderful companions. Their cheerful chattering and wonderful energy are sure to brighten everyone’s day. Their ages and sex are unknown. They are being transitioned onto a pellet and chop diet. We are waiting on their test results and will post more information as we get it. Male parakeets can be wonderful talkers. These little guys do not need a huge space and can be ideal for a smaller home. And now Praxis! Praxis was quite lonely and has made fast friends with Allen and Jackson. So now there are three! Sadly, Allen passed away. We are glad we had put Praxis with them so Jackson still has a friend.
This is Baby. He’s a 16 year old Umbrella Cockatoo. His foster mom says he is the sweetest, most non aggressive cockatoo she has ever had in her care. He is learning how to eat chop and is on pellets. This loving, gentle Umbrella Cockatoo will go to anyone. Baby is negative for Polyoma, PBFD and Chlamydia and is ready to go to his forever home.
Available for Adoption
Momma and Peach are a bonded pair of Lovebirds. We think Momma is older, but that doesn’t stop her from getting around. Momma is definitely the boss, but these two Lovies get along wonderfully. They enjoy taking baths together and are on a pelleted diet. This cheerful pair are sure to bring joy and entertainment with their playful antics to any home. Both have tested negative for PBFD, Polyoma and Chlamydia. Peach and Momma are ready to start their New Year with a loving family.
Available for Adoption
Tony and Tera are a bonded pair but don’t let that fool you, these two have plenty to share with the right family. They love to chatter away when they wake and enjoy interacting with the whole household. They can be a bit protective of each other but once a little trust is built up they love attention. They have tested negative for Polyoma, Chlamydia and PBFD and are ready for their forever home.
Max and Ruby are a bonded pair of Gold Capped Conures. They were a part of a large surrender last year and are waiting for their family to adopt them, is that you? They are not hand tame, but are very vocal, active and playful. They love to take showers and are eating chop and pellets. Conures are very good at mimicking sounds and are delightful little birds. They have tested negative for PBFD, Chlamydia and Polyoma.