Bosco and Teeter are two cockatiels whose dad died unexpectedly. We don't have an age or any history on them. Bosco is a cinnamon female and Teeter is a normal gray male. They may tame down if worked with and are probably older.
Adoption fee for this bird is $15 per bird.
Pretty As A Daisy!
Seen in the photo is Daisy, a grey female cockatiel around 10 years old. She hangs out with her significant other, Eddy, a grey male cockatiel about the same age. Their owner was just driving around looking for a place to leave them. Luckily he found us, so we are hoping we can find them a home where they will be loved and appreciated.
Adoption fee for this bird is $ 20 per bird
Their history is a mystery....
Piper and Graydee are two male whiteface cockatiels born around 2004. Graydee has a nostril deformity and will need to be checked frequently to make sure his nostril doesn't get full of debris. We don't have any history on these guys, their owner just dropped them off saying she was unable to care for them. They are sweet little guys and really like hanging out together.
Adoption fee for this bird is $20 per bird
A Narrow Escape
Zachary was found in an apartment after his owner passed away. The bars on his cage were sticky from nicotine and there were several inches of stool built up in the bottom of his cage. He is a sweet little old guy though, and hopefully his luck is about to change!
Adoption fee for the bird is $20.
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Special Needs Cockatiel
Lucky has a sketchy history. Rescued from a breeder along with her parents, she was missing a wing with no explanation. Lucky is a white face pearl female cockatiel, probably about a year old. She is a little skittish and clumsy, so she will need someone to really work with her.
Adoption fee for this bird is $40
No Name, No History
This little pair of cockatiels was rescued from a breeder that didn't name them, so we don't really have a history on them. We named them Pop, the white face male, and Mom who is a pearl female. Their baby, Lucky is pictured above, Pop the male is in the picture to the right. While they are not tame, cockatiels are pretty easy to work with and may tame down.