|Here are stories of some of our
birds that have been
adopted into loving homes...
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Quigley the Eclectus has
been placed in his new forever home. He is doing great,
and getting along fabulously with his new feathered
siblings- as well as mamma and
Alihi the Military Macaw is
getting to know his new
family. He is doing well- and seems to e enjoying the
one on one attention he gets from his new mom.
Taz the little quaker is being spoiled rotten by his
new mommy. He is doing well- and seems to be enjoying
the one on one attention he from gets her as well as
his other "siblings"... the dogs in the house.
I think I know who's the boss though, don't you???
Sky the blue-crowned has
now gone to his forever home in Austin. He is doing
great- and learning to do tricks already with his new
mommy. He is enjoying all the attention- and especially
the special treats that he gets when he does his tricks.
Sky- you are one LUCKY
News has it that Picasso
is doing great in his new home. His new daddy built
him his very own little habitat where he can enjoy the
sunshine, rain and even snow from inside a very cozy
warm aviary. He is feeling spoiled already.
Opie has only been in his
new home a little over a week and he is already doing
wonderfully. You can see him on our facebook page at
Opie has already won the hearts of his new mommy and
daddy- as well as feeling comfortable enough to put
their little dog in his place too. I can already tell
who is gonna be the boss
here. :) Way to go Opie!
Blue and Gold Macaw
I hear that Lou Lou has
already wrapped his daddy 'round his little talon. He
eats breakfast with daddy at the table every morning
and daddy "jumps" any time Lou Lou says he
wants something. :) NO... it really isn't quite that
bad but... Louise is getting spoiled
rotten in his new home with his new mommy and daddy
and other "feathered siblings". His favorite
thing is to "hang out" on the kitchen counter
and throw his toys off so that Mommy will pick them
up again. Oh, yes, he did also learn to make his own
"do it yourself" toy recently. You can read
and see a video of this
experience on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/birdhaven.
Keep up the great work Lou Lou.
Cariad, now named Butters,
the little Patagonian Conure has done great in his new
home. He's been there just a few weeks and is already
settled in quite nicely. Butters has other "birdy
friends" in his new home as well as a new mommy
and daddy who love him very much. You
can see more about Butters and how well he is doing
on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/birdhaven.
Folly the Mollucan Cockatoo,
although he has had to overcome some serious problems
is now doing quite well in his new forever home. His
new family thinks the world of him and spends as much
time with him as they possibly can. He has adjusted
even better than I thought he would. Just goes to show
you what a little
love will do.
After being fostered by
board member Jamie P. for behavioral rehabilitation.
Puff wormed his way into her heart and has now been
made a permanent member of her flock. He is slowly learning
how to interact with humans in a positive way, and is
enjoying his enriching environment.
I just want you to know
how thrilled I am with my little boy, Danny. He is the
handsomest ever! He has adapted perfectly to his new
home, and he is healthy and happy. I so appreciate all
of the information you have put together about bird
care on the Wings of Love Bird Haven website. This has
been invaluable to me and quite an education! I keep
coming back to your pages again and again. Thank you
and many more to come...
Just a note of information...
don't know how much you remember about the 2 birds I
got from you, but Corky and Nibbons were just about
featherless when I got them from you. Corky was the
worst shaped bird I have ever seen in my life/absolutely
"NO" feathers anywhere except on his head
where he couldn't reach them... and Nibbons had feathers
sparsely scattered around his body... today Nibbons
looks completely normal, with a
beautiful peach colored head. and now finally after
the many months we have had Corky, he is almost completely
feathered now with the fluffy new feathers they start
off with, and on his wings and tail, the long shoots
are coming out everywhere. His tumor (or growth) on
his chest remains the same and is not growing (thank
god) and now, the skin is stretched
there, so the feathers are widely spaced apart, but
are coming out now quite nicely...