Meet the Bird’s of the Maple Ridge BCSPCA!
These pretty birds are ready to bring bright colors and happy songs to your home. Their favorite pastimes include bathing in their water dishes and preening each other, as they have to stay looking good.
Our birds are looking for forever homes with families that are able to provide them with plenty of enrichment and room to roam. Birds of all kinds are a big commitment as they require specific care and budgies are no different. Their new families will need to be patient and bird experienced to help them gain confidence and become comfortable with being handled. Our birds love to sing and thoroughly enjoy listening to classical music. I would say waking up to birds having a sing-along are the perfect way to start your day, what do you think?
If you are interested in adopting a pair or trio of our lovely birds, please fill out our online adoption application, or visit the Maple Ridge Community Animal Center during our adoption hours.
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- Days in care: 80
- Approximate age: 1 year old
- Pet Type: Bird — Exotic
- Breed: Budgie
- Colour: Green / Yellow
- Weight: 0.035 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: BC SPCA Maple Ridge, Maple Ridge B.C.
- Animal ID: 566766
- Bonded With: Aspen
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