Adoptable Birds

Click on the picture or the name to see the individual page for each bird. If you would like to adopt a bird, please see the ADOPT page for information on what to do next. We have many more birds than are listed here. If you are interested in a specific type of bird, please fill out an adoption form so specifying, and we will be in touch with you to discuss available birds. 
  • Annie

    ANNIE is a 20 year-old female Moluccan whose owner's health concerns necessitate her rehoming her big girl. She is somewhat shy, but with her fosters she is coming out of her shell, so to speak. Annie enjoys walkabouts, and she loves to receive head scritches. She also likes being spoken to. HOWEVER, speaking of speaking, somewhere along the way Annie has learned a few inappropriate words, though with kindness and caring, we expect a rapid reformation. She enjoys time outdoors and loves showers; her favorite treats include peanuts, bananas, small bits of string cheese, apple, celery, pistachios and carrots. Annie's adoption fee is $450, which includes a size-appropriate play top cage that she quite likes.

  • Howie

    Howie is a 7-year old Green Cheek Conure, whose family had to rehome him, much to their dismay. He hails from a household that had two other small birds. Due to a change in everyone's work schedule, the family feared Howie was getting the short end of the perch, and he was letting them know it! He's a cute little guy, who loves to chatter and whistle and actually says a few things: "Whatcha doin'", "pretty bird," and "thank you." Obviously, Howie is polite! He always has a greeting for you when you approach his cage and loves being spoken to. He's a bit hand shy, but we think he will get over that fast once he settles in. Howie has a good appetite and particularly enjoys veggies and different fruits, including especially mango, apple, and kiwi. He also likes french fries, crackers, broccoli and carrots.
    Howie comes with a size-appropriate cage, which he likes quite well; he is rather active with his toys, and he loves his ladder. Howie's adoption fee is $185.00, which includes his cage.

  • Mario

    Mario, a young sun conjure named for his ability to replicate sounds in a popular video game, is a highly engaging pet who loves to spend time with his person. He is flighted and probably should remain that way, as he uses flight as a major mode of transportation from Point A to Point B, the latter often the shoulder of his person. He does know some endearing phrases and is young enough to learn others. He LOVES to spend time out of his cage and is quite well-mannered about it. His adoption fee of $295 includes a right-sized cage.

  • Norman

    Anyone who meets Norman, a teen-aged bare-eyed cockatoo, recognizes that he has a certain star quality. He is the quintessential class clown, who loves to dance and chatter. But, don't get him overstimulated, or he starts cursing. We try to ignore that! He eats well and his vet-check has cleared him for takeoff. His adoption fee of $425 includes an appropriate cage.

  • Guida

    Guida--once thought to be Guido--is a somewhat shy female Congo African Grey, who is slowly coming out of her shell. Approximately 20 years old she had been in the same family all her life until her main person's illness rocked her world. She has a bit of a feather issue as a result, but with the help of her foster, that problem is being addressed. Her vet check was all systems go, and we think she will feather out nicely with a refeathering regimen and some dietary changes. Meanwhile, her verbal repertoire is expanding almost daily as her comfort level in new surroundings increases and her inner bird becomes more apparent. Though she's not yet ready for adoption, our goal is to have her turning over a new leaf later in the fall, probably by early or mid-November. Guida's adoption fee is $450 and includes a size-appropriate cage and accessories. Watch for updates!


    CASPER is a female bare-eyed cockatoo, who loves to whistle. She likes to be paid her fair share of attention, particularly by male humans. She loves time out of her cage, likes shoulder rides, and she derives great enjoyment from sharing a meal with "her people." Casper's adoption fee, which includes a size-appropriate cage, is $400.