Rainbowbirdrescue a sancuary for exotic birds
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Hi all

Posted by [email protected] on January 30, 2016 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a good Xmas and new year, I just want to let you all know that I will soon be using our new facebook and twitter so I can keep you all updated on what is going on with our bird rescue, I will not be posting on here any time soon, because it will be easier to post stuff our FB.....So see you all on there take care. Xx

My forever growing sanctuary

Posted by [email protected] on November 30, 2015 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Hi everyone, I would just like to inform you that one of my parrots died, it was the smallest and sick one and even though I felt very sad at loosing him, I have had to move on and continue my care for all the other birds I have. Our sanctuary has become quite full since the last time I was on here, I now have 9 budgies 10 cockatiels and I am considering taking in an Amazon, but only considering at the moment as we usually only take in the smaller exotic birds. I have some great foster parents who are looking after the budgies and cockatiels as I am full to the rim, but as soon as I build my aviary I will return them back to me. Any way my other Kakarikies are all well and have come on a treat, they have grown in size and all look very healthy, I will continue to give you up dates on my birds and post you some pictures of them all when I can remember to do so. Take care and bye for now

My newest adopted arrivals

Posted by [email protected] on October 22, 2015 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Hi everyone just want to keep you all posted on the newest arrivals, hopefully I will be posting some nice pictures on the before and later progress of these birds as they do look like they have been neglected, especially one of them who was apparently picked on because he or she was part of a breeding aviary flock. The bird  is halve the size it should be with lots of feathers missing and judging by its feathers [being mainly black] is has a vitamin D deficiency. Why do people have these birds and then neglect them. Hey you breeders do you know or even care that the Kakariki is an endangered species, probably not but you do now, so hand over your sick or injured birds and I will love them all back to full health and they will never be bred again. I would just like to say a big thank you to birdmanparrotrescue for the time work and effort they are putting into the rescue rehabilitation and adopption of many sick and injured birds of all types. THANK YOU :) bye for now and I will keep you all posted on the progress of my birds.