The need for having organizations, foster homes and support systems for relinquished and abandoned parrots is a new one. With proper nutrition parrots are readily breeding and living longer. Veterinary care has also made tremendous strides. The problem is that many things can happen in a now much longer life of the captive bred parrot. Who knows what the next fifty years hold and whether or not those years will pose no challenges to living with a parrot. Sometimes, parrots need a place to go, a temporary shelter and then a new home. The organizations that do this work need your support.
Some things to consider when investigating the right parrot relinquishment organization to volunteer for, adopt from or in desire straights, relinquish your bird.
If you can answer "yes" to all these questions, you are likely working with a reputable organization that is worthy of your support. Phoenix Landing is all of this and more. They are leaders in bringing the standards of organizations that work with parrots to a higher level.
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