[ Hey everyone. It’s been a while since I posted about these 2 beauties. I have been trying to find where they are because my mom sold them and their cages for $200 when I was in the hospital. It happened July/August of 2011. I had them for 10 years. The cherry headed conure is a female about 16 years old. Her name is Oscar. The blue and gold macaw is a female about 15 years old. Her name is Cosmo, but responds to Hurrudaba because she decided that was her name. My mom sold them to a woman that lived in Rhode Island. I miss them dearly and just would like to at least seem them again. If you all could share this for me so I can see my babies again I would be forever grateful. ]
Oscar and Cosmo were her PETS and it seems that there was some kind of miscommunication and now she no longer has them and would just like to seem them again.
The new owner was sold so a woman somewhere in Rhode Island.
My RI / New England followers, Can we please boost this? T_T Let her see her babies one more time!
My sister’s fiance works at a dealership, and a couple of days ago, a
stray budgie managed to lose its way into the shop. With the
not-so-gentle help from his coworkers, my brother-in-law-to-be caught
her and brought her to me after his shift ended. He asked if I wanted to
take care of her, and I said yes. (He would have bought the supplies
and taken care of her if it came down to it, but he knew I already have
everything needed to support a bird, so he asked me first.)
does not seem used to humans and is very scared when someone approaches
her cage, though it might be because of all the stress she’s gone
through up until now. I don’t know how long she had been lost for, and
I’m worried that she might be sick, but I’ve already made an appointment
with an avian vet to get her checked out. And you know, it really bugs
me that there are no avian vets in the town I live in. I have to travel
about an hour to get to one, and they’re not even at the clinic every
weekday. The appointment is still quite a few days away. I hope the
little budgie doesn’t become worse in her physical condition, at least
I feel so bad for her. Either her owner was
neglectful, uninformed, or abusive to have let her escape. The day she
came to my house, I checked to see if there were any missing budgie
articles on Craigslist in my area (I don’t really know if anyone would
use that site to broadcast a missing pet, but it was the only place I
thought of to check), but there wasn’t any. I’ll check again.
don’t know if any of you know of sites or places that people would
normally file a missing animal report, but if you do, I’d appreciate it
if you let me know so I could check it out. If the budgie’s owner is
competent and wants her back, I’d be more than happy to help reunite
My little fat baby chick Yara. I lost her two years ago, she only got 5-6 weeks old. Never reached the juvenile moult, though I’m sure she would have been the prettiest. She was so cute, curious and playful. I loved her to bits and still miss her..
So my friend and roommate surprised me with this! We’ve worked on mobile games together in the past, and she put together a little trailer for a fake game featuring the birds! Oh if only we had a programmer, we might actually be able to make this lol. What do you guys think? If you’d be interested in playing such a thing let me know! Or if you have ideas on how to get a programmer… That’s like our missing ingredient.
MY BUDGIE BLUEBELLE HAS GONE MISSING, SHE’S BLUE AND WHITE AND TWEETS LIKE A LORIKEET. SHE WENT MISSING IN THE WOLLONGONG AREA, IF YOU SEE HER PLEASE CONTACT ME. PLEASE REBLOG THIS TO HELP ME WE MISS HER SO MUCH SHE IS A MUCH LOVED PET OF OURS
Budgerigars are native to dry areas of Australia. They are the third most common pet after cats and dogs and have been bred in captivity since the 1850s. This has led to the development of many color variations in captive birds, including albino, blue, cinnamon, olive, and violet. In the wild they normally travel in small nomadic flocks in search of food and water. They eat the seeds of various grasses. Like other parrots, they nest in tree or log hollows, where they lay between four and eight eggs.
This post is dedicated to my budgie, Homer. He was a strange little bird and I miss him.