Meet the flock!
This group of birds came to us from a large scale animal intake, and have previously been housed with many many other birds! This means these guys thrive in numbers, and love to have some friends to spend their days chatting to! They sing the most beautiful songs, making sure to shower you with the gift of music!
We haven’t been able to handle this crew quite yet, but they do show a lot of interest in people, and could make progress with time and patience! We will be requiring these guys to go in pairs/groups/trios or go to a home with existing birds! All these guys know is other avians, so having a buddy will be the most important part!
If you’d like to meet our little band, please put in an application below!
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- Days in care: 18
- Approximate age: 5 years old
- Pet Type: Bird — Exotic
- Breed: Cockatiel
- Colour: Grey / Yellow
- Weight: 0.082 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Comox Valley, Comox B.C.
- Animal ID: 566117
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