Bird Care : What to Do if a Bird Is Lost or Flies Away


Hi my name is Madeline Franco and we are here
to talk about birds and in this segment we are going to talk about what to do if your
bird is lost or flies away. It is not uncommon even if you clip your bird. You may forget
that his wing feathers grow back and he may some fine day run for daylight. You need to
act quickly but be aware that pet birds don’t generally fly a long distance. However, because
they are not used to flying, they can go up they just don’t know many of them how to land
on something or how to target. If you haven’t taught your bird to target and he is flighted
you might want to look into doing that. It does help you retrieve your bird a lot easier.
However, as soon as a bird is lost, you need to spend a little bit of time collecting your
thoughts and putting out fliers. If you belong to a bird club alert everyone in your bird
club. If they have a website, alert the website. You can call the veterinarians, the pet stores.
Many people will cooperate with you if you do lose your bird. We have a lost and found
at the Southern Nevada Parrot Education Rescue and Rehoming Society we have a lost and found
area of the site. There is also 911 parrot rescue site. You want to go on the internet
and use as many of those tools as you can. This here is Sammy and he flew away rather
quickly one fine Spring day. It was actually Sunday and I was getting ready to meet a client
and Sammy was startled by something and he took off. He was out and about playing with
the pigeons on roofs. We could see him, we could hear him but he didn’t know exactly
how to fly to me. So the interesting thing is that he actually dropped out of the sky
on the third day, literally he was on a roof and a guy was on his porch and he was out
on his porch with his agoraphobic cat. The bird dropped into his lap, said his name and
he did that because he was hungry. On the first day there is this feeling of exhilaration.
On the second day there is a little bit more comfort with the freedom but by the third
day they don’t know how to forage in the outdoors, they are rather tired and rather hungry and
it is not unusual for them to come to a person for help. They are used to getting their food
from people and that is generally what they will do. I actually listed Sammy on Craig’s
List with which many people are familiar and there are a number of people who will list
on Craig’s List if they have lost or found a bird. So take advantage of as many resources
as you can, work quickly, make fliers, contact your local bird club, your veterinarians and
get school children involved. Kids are great at finding stuff. They even love finding animals.
So don’t despair, many birds are found several days after they have gotten loose and we have
been able to recover a fair number of them. Don’t lose heart, it can take several days,
maybe even several weeks but don’t stop looking and don’t give up hope.

100 thoughts on “Bird Care : What to Do if a Bird Is Lost or Flies Away

  1. My Canary has flown away… I've put his cage and toys in the rooftop, I hope he comes back… We've had him for 1 year and my sister loves him so much, and so I do. :'(

  2. Ahw idk what to do, I'm so sad because one of my birds just flew into the fan then my other bird just flew outside and it's just 2 months old.

  3. We have a major Mitchell cockatoo who got out yesterday we know exactly where she is but can’t get her down and she hasn’t moved since yesterday.
    It’s been really windy and raining. She can see her cage and food but she’s like a cat stuck in a tree and we can’t get her down

  4. my lovebird named axel flew away yesterday he was on top of our neighbours roof then when we tried to get him down he flew past our house and we dont know where he is now im really sad and he is just like a month old still handfeeding and i dont know if he could survive there

  5. My 7-8 months Indian Parrot escaped on Dec 25, 2018 while relocating my house. I tried to look up him nearby but not found him. He only eats biscuits with milk. What are the chances that I can have my bird back and what ways.

  6. my bird flew out the door than i whistled dispersedly he was so scared then it was so scared it flew too me it was its first time outside with perfect wings

  7. Im here because i lost my blue african love bird. My mom forgot to close the door of the cage then he flew away 🙁

  8. my lovebird flew away while i was placing it back to cage it went and flew around for two minutes then thankfully our neighbors caught it and gave it back to me.
    MATTHEW 19:19 "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself".many experts says the bird just need some fresh a.

  9. My cockatiel flew away yesterday and I'm so sad. I can't even look at the cage and see it empty. I hear him but I know it's my imagination because I'm desperate

  10. IMPORTANT WARNING FOR PET BIRD OWNERS : The food that we normally give to the canaries (and other companion birds) consisting of a "complete, balanced and top-quality seeds mixture" bought in pet shops or supermarkets, makes the owners trust that their pet is well fed, but it is not like that: indeed the health of the pets is at imminent and serious risk.

    The owners of canaries, parrots, cockatoos, parakeets, cockatiels, etc., WE MUST PAY ATTENTION TO DOMESTIC BIRD BREEDERS AND VETS and keep in mind that although we feed them with such a typical seeds mixture, our birds are very likely in danger of suffering an unexpected, painful and practically inevitable PREMATURE DEATH BY FATTY LIVER HEPATITIS. Canaries, for example, will surely die at 4 – 6 years of age of the more than 14 that they can live.

    It is discouraging that in a time like nowadays, in which food is studied in detail for other pets such as dogs and cats, pet birds are condemned to die painfully and prematurely in so many cases. You have to warn people so they can avoid it!

    This deadly disease is very common in pet birds but owners usually don’t know or detect it in time. And we can not imagine that THE CAUSE IS IN THE FOOD ITSELF that we provide to our birds, in which such a typical mixture contains low-fat seeds such as canary seed together with other VERY fatty seeds such as niger, hemp or nabine and, in addition, the birds usually prefer to eat the fatty seeds so that their REAL DIET is unbalanced by excessive fat, gradually causes the fatty infiltration of the liver and in a few years causes fatty liver hepatitis and PREMATURE DEATH to companion birds in general.

    Also the breeding paste and its pigments and the sunflower seeds can attack the liver if they are taken too much or for too long.

    It is a cruel disease that progresses silently and, when its unexpected symptoms suddenly begin, they are imprecise, easily confused with other ailments, so the owners usually postpone the visit to the vet at a time already critical for the life of the bird (besides that not all vets are trained to recognize this elusive and misleading disease, even to administer lipotropic and regenerative liver protectors in curative doses, just in case it is that and not a supposed blow). It's a process of slow and asymptomatic progression, but when their visible symptoms unexpectedly begin (acute phase) the disease accelerates.

    SYMPTOMS OF THE ACUTE PHASE OF FATTY LIVER DISEASE : First, emotional decay or progressive lack of interest, hard belly (in many specimens, with a dark spot with a half-moon shape on the belly, which seems a "tumor", to see it you have to wet your fingers to remove the down), falls from the sticks of the cage that seem for "errors of calculation" and then lameness more or less accentuated (that make believe that they are by the previous falls, but both symptoms are due to that it hurts the liver), lack of flight and singing, the bird fluffs up his feathers or inclines more or less slowly; Then, within a few weeks and even in a few days, forced breathing with an open beak, remaining lying on the floor of the cage near the food, sudden spasms from time to time (which make people believe that the bird is "epileptic" but it are twinges of pain of diseased liver), abundant greenish stools (caused by biliverdin which if it's not fasting, it means hepatic harm), then black and watery (from hepatic hemorrhages), then a strange somehow purple color of skin and beak, an exaggerated appetite and the final "improvement" of a few days (in the last phase, the already degenerated liver becomes deflated by what seems to be getting better), after which it suddenly dies among seizures (which may seem a heart infarct).

    For the first symptoms the liver has already degenerated to 80% and only an urgent (and accurate) veterinary action can save your bird and revert the liver situation. If you simply feed your bird with the loose seeds mixture (even if you give it fresh fruits and vegetables and let it exercise, for example by letting it out of the cage at home), right now your pet's liver is degenerating, and neither you nor your bird know. Without liver protectors, it is almost certain that your bird will prematurely die and in many cases you will not be able to determine its real cause .

    Hepatic lipidosis it's not only deadly by itself when the visible symptoms begin (sometimes even it does not warn at all until few moments before the death). Even before the acute phase it predisposes the bird to suffer infections, as it weakens the immune system. Furthermore, obese pet birds have an increased risk of many other diseases, including arthritis, heart disease and cancer. Obesity in birds it's not so apparent but it's more dangerous than in other animals like mammals.

    For these reasons, in addition to administering to the birds lipotropic and detoxifying / regenerating hepatic protectors preventatively and routinely, breeders usually make their own mixtures with low fat seeds.

    PREVENTION AND/OR TREATMENT : The time to act is NOW that your pet does not have yet the visible symptoms. It is necessary to ACTIVELY PREVENT THE HEPATIC DEGENERATION. Fortunately it is easy to do it: It's very advisable to substitute progressively (within some weeks, as per the instructions of the manufacturer) the mixture of loose seeds for some pellets compound food of seeds, fruits and vegetables (preferably those that already include liver protectors), because this prevents the bird from filtering and eating mostly the fatty seeds (but without insisting if the bird does not get accustomed to eating pellets because he could die for starvation within a few days) .

    And, whatever the diet, it is ESSENTIAL to add to the drinking water or to the food a LIPOTROPIC LIVER PROTECTOR that includes the famous carnitine (which is also indicated for humans) and / or choline, betaine, methionine, threonine, lysine (and it is very convenient to supplement with a DETOXIFYING and REGENERATING LIVER PROTECTOR with thistle milk, boldo, artichoke extract) . The liver protectors are amino acids, vitamins (of which they have a protective effect on the liver, such as vitamin C), fatty acids and essential oils that remove the fat from the liver, clean it, protect it and favor its recovery. They are cheap food supplements and it is essential to add them to your pet birds diet to conserve their liver. It is something that professionals as breeders and vets know, but we the owners usually don't know.

    Even, it are increasingly appearing in the market compound feed for pet birds that don’t include fatty seeds and that already include several liver protectors. But the vast majority of owners still confidently feed their birds with the typical mixture of loose seeds with little fat and other very fatty seeds… And their birds continue dying of hepatitis due to fatty liver in a large number of cases (probably, in most cases) . Now we know that, as fatty liver disease develops from the daily food itself, it’s most likely THE FIRST CAUSE OF DEATH OF PET BIRDS, and more likely as the bird ages.

    Some web pages that I have found about it (in Spanish). For example, this page echoes the wrong food situation in which these animals are too often: https://www.timbrado.com/malnutricion.shtml

    And on this other page: http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n111110B/111004B.pdf it’s described that the clinical manifestations of hepatic diseases in ornamental birds are much more frequent than people could imagine and that in many cases they are not appreciated, progress in a silent way and when they are evident, veterinary action may (usually) arrive late.

    To remark that, in general, practically any avian symptomatology should be considered as if it were a pathology that could be serious, and not allow the disease to develop because then it will probably be too late. To do this, we must thoroughly investigate the symptoms, take preventive measures that do not harm (such as giving liver and intestinal protectors according to the leaflet) ask for advice from veterinarians, breeders, etc. and administer the most appropriate treatment RAPIDLY, but without rushing in the treatment or with the doses in such small animals. If the days go by and the bird does not improve, it is necessary to continue investigating and, if necessary, change the medication in an informed and contrasted manner. Doing nothing or stopping research usually ends up with the bird dead, but acting without being sure of what is done and in what dose, it likely ends the same way. Finally, it is necessary to obtain and confirm the sufficient veterinary experience and have the serenity to determine in each case whether it is convenient to hasten to do and / or administer what medicine and in what dose, or if it is better not to do and let the situation evolve without medicating for the time being, or according to the medication that has already been administered.

    And that a limp in a bird is not always an injury caused by a blow, but the symptom of a disease of some organ (usually the liver or an intestinal disease) that needs to be discovered and treated as soon as possible. When in doubt, change diet to one with the lowest possible fats (only birdseed, or birdseed with other low-fat seeds such as millet, chia, fresh fruits and vegetables) and administer lipotropic and regenerating liver protectors in curative doses immediately … although nothing could foreshadow a fatal outcome. Acidcare also has protective properties of the intestinal mucosa and stimulants of the immune system. In doses according to the leaflet do not cause damage and will surely save the life of your bird (if it is not too late).

    Hopefully these comments will be useful to save your pet birds from an absurd death and to keep them with a basic wellness.

  11. Hello! Unsure if this is active, but I need urgent help if possible. My bird took off in a tree. We see him, but he’s high up. He doesn’t know recall training. His cage is out, and there’s nothing else we can really think of. Id say hes 30ft up or so.

  12. I lost my baby budgie it doesn't know how to live in the wild I'm going to get depressed or just really sad but I don't even think people are going to look for it people don't care about birds people mostly care about lost dogs or others

  13. My budgie flew away 1 day ago…. I was looking for her in our neighborhood, calling her….. told about it my neighbors….. Unfortunately the temperature dropped down and it was raining for a couple of hours at night….. Her first night of freedom she was aiming for! I am so devastated . I left her cage on my porch with the food in it, but she didn't show up. I don't know any more what to do. Her other fiend is feeling miserable without her. I even recorded his calling and went around to see if she can hear it, but so far nothing…… At this point my concern is the low temperature at nights(44-47 degrees, day time around 60) Please, help me!

  14. Well my cockatiel flew away today can't stop crying, so depressed, now maybe he's cold or hungry so scared he was my best frnd i wanttt to die how can i leave without him

  15. My pineapple conure flew away two days ago and there is no sign of her. I miss her so much cause she is all the companionship that I have for five years and now I'm all alone. She has been raised in a home and doesn't know how to forage for food, I'm worried sick that she'll starve out there. ???

  16. My mom opened the window so that my bird can fly away. Not because she wanted him to be free, she wanted to get rid of him and she didn’t care how broken I was she still did it.

  17. My bird flew away yesterday he was 3 months old. He never went out before. But I think that he flew far. He is a baby cockatiel. Oh how we loved him so much. Thank you this video was a big help. God bless and keep praying for me that I find my bird. Again thank you so much.??????????

  18. I was rewatching my old bird, she suddenly flew away from home and I really miss her, even if I’m happy with my new one. I hope my bird is doing well out on her own xx

  19. I wish we have that pet care in Saudi Arabia.
    My budgie flew away really high?.
    I searched the whole neighborhood and i couldnt find him.
    Im scared the he falls or dies??

  20. One of my 4 budgies flew away I had them for only three days I'm sooo sad and depressed but hopefully he is living a much more peaceful life

  21. so a little over 2 months ago i lost my cockatiel who was under a year old, he was hand reared by me and hadn't had his wings clipped and never had been outside, he would fly around my house and was pretty chill. on the 18th of April he fell out of an open window and panicked so started to fly but he lost his sense of direction and soon he was out of sight. we put up plenty of posts in hope of someone finding him but never did, i had lost hope. Today we got a message and turns out someone had found him! so now i have my baby back but I'm going to have put in a lot of work to regain his trust and let him heal as he was living in the wild for as i said over two months! its a miracle he is even alive still let alone back with me. I'm scarred he will never fully be tamed again but i won't lose hope now after i had given up on him. To anyone who has lost a bird don't lose hope, miracles do happen!

  22. i hate how my female canary ran awayhere the story 🙁 :
    itried to fix something in her cage , she got out of my hand the ran from the window i found her at the neighbours house but i tried picking him up i succeded but then she got out of my hand she got into the top of the building i live on but i cant go up there
    i think bird have eaten her i wish they didnt pls wish me luck to find her ;(

  23. I lost my Green Cheeked Conure to a cat (A neighborhood cat) when we went to my grandparents. Its been a phew days now, but im still upset over it. I almost breakdown when I see his cage sitting in his little room, just sitting there, no more calling for us to take him out, or him doing his little song. Its hard. He would have been 2 in a phew days, so im wondering if anyone here knows a good way to cope?

    Thanks in advance and I hope anyone here that lost a bird is doing okay.

  24. My budgie has flown away just half an hour ago. And it has started raining outside. I don't know what to do?
    I hope she comes back .

  25. My cockatiel flew away earlier today when a firework scared him. I looked for him by walking though my neighbor hood for hours until I got sick because I hadn’t eaten. I’m really worried about what is going to happen later tonight because it’s the 4th of July, the only day of the year people in my area can set off fireworks.

  26. IMPORTANT WARNING FOR PET BIRD OWNERS: The food that we normally give to the canaries (and other companion birds) consisting of a "complete, balanced and top-quality seeds mixture" bought in pet stores or malls, makes the owners trust that their pet is well fed, but it's not so: indeed the birds health is at serious risk.

    The owners of canaries, parrots, cockatoos, budgies, cockatiels, etc., WE MUST PAY ATTENTION TO DOMESTIC BIRD BREEDERS AND VETS and keep in mind that although we feed them with such a typical seeds mixture, our birds are very likely in danger of suffering an unexpected, painful and practically inevitable PREMATURE DEATH BY FATTY LIVER DISEASE. Canaries, for example, will surely die at 4 – 7 years of age of the more than 14 that they can live.

    It's sad that pet birds are fated to die early and painfully in so many cases. You have to warn people to avoid it!

    This deadly disease is very common in pet birds but owners usually don’t know or detect it in time. And we can’t imagine that THE CAUSE IS IN THE FOOD ITSELF that we provide to our birds, in which such a typical mixture contains low-fat seeds such as canary seed together with other VERY fatty seeds such as niger, hemp or nabine and, in addition, the birds usually prefer to eat the fatty seeds so that their REAL DIET is unbalanced by excessive fat, gradually causes the fatty infiltration of the liver and in a few years causes fatty liver hepatitis and PREMATURE DEATH to pet birds.

    Also the fruits and specially the breeding paste and its pigments and the SUNFLOWER SEEDS can attack the liver if they are taken too much or for too long.

    It's a cruel disease that progresses silently and, when its unexpected symptoms begin, they are easily confused with other ailments so the owners usually postpone the visit to the vet at a time already critical for the life of the bird (besides that not all vets are trained to recognize this elusive and misleading disease, even to administer lipotropic and regenerative liver protectors in curative doses, just in case it's that and not a supposed blow). It's a process of slow and asymptomatic progression, but when their visible symptoms begin (acute phase) the disease accelerates.

    SYMPTOMS OF THE ACUTE PHASE OF FATTY LIVER DISEASE: First, progressive sadness and/or pecking, hard belly (in many cases, with a dark spot with a half-moon shape on the belly, which seems a "tumor", to see it you have to wet your fingers to remove the down), falls from the sticks of the cage that seem for "errors of calculation" and then lameness (that make believe that they are by the previous falls, but both symptoms are due to that it hurts the liver), lack of flight and singing, the bird fluffs up his feathers or bends more or less slowly; Then, within a few weeks or a few days, heavy breathing with open beak, remaining lying on the floor of the cage near the food, sudden spasms from time to time (which make people believe that the bird is "epileptic" but it are twinges of pain of diseased liver), abundant greenish poop (caused by biliverdin which if it's not fasting, it means hepatic harm), then black and watery (from hepatic hemorrhages), then a strange purplish color of skin and beak, an excessive appetite and the final "improvement" of a few days (in the last phase, the already degenerated liver becomes deflated by what the bird seems to ameliorate), after which it suddenly dies among seizures (which may seem a heart infarct).

    For the first symptoms the liver has already degenerated to 80% and only an urgent (and accurate) vet action can save your bird and revert the liver situation. If you simply feed your bird with the loose seeds mixture (even if you give it fresh fruits, vegetables and let it exercise, for example by letting it out of the cage at home), right now your pet's liver is degenerating, and neither you nor your bird know. Without liver protectors, it's almost certain that your bird will die early and in many cases you won’t be able to determine its real cause.

    Hepatic lipidosis it's not only deadly by itself when the visible symptoms begin (sometimes even it does not warn at all until few moments before the death). Even before the acute phase it predisposes the bird to suffer infections, as it weakens the immune system. Obese pet birds have an higher risk of many other diseases, like arthritis, heart disease and cancer. Obesity in birds it's not so apparent but it's more dangerous than in other animals like mammals.

    So in addition to giving to the birds lipotropic and detox / regenerating hepatic protectors preventively and routinely, breeders usually make their own mixtures with low fat seeds.

    PREVENTION AND/OR TREATMENT: The time to act is NOW that your bird doesn’t have yet the visible symptoms. It's necessary to ACTIVELY PREVENT THE LIVER DEGENERATION. Fortunately it's easy to do it: It's very advisable to substitute progressively (within some weeks, as per the instructions of the manufacturer) the mixture of loose seeds for some pellets compound food of seeds, fruits and vegetables (preferably those that already include liver protectors), because this prevents the bird from filtering and eating mostly the fatty seeds (but without insisting if the bird does not get accustomed to eating pellets because he could die for starvation within a few days).

    And, whatever the diet, it's CRUCIAL to add to the drinking water or to the food a LIPOTROPIC LIVER PROTECTOR that includes carnitine and / or choline, betaine, methionine, etc., (and it's very convenient to add a DETOX / REGENERATING LIVER PROTECTOR with thistle milk, boldo, artichoke extract).

    Liver protectors are not medicine but cheap food supplements manufactured by pet bird vet laboratories that remove the fat from the liver, clean it and favor its recovery. It's essential to add them to the pet birds diet to conserve their liver. It's something that breeders and vets know, but we the owners usually don't know.

    It are appearing in the market compound feed for pet birds that don’t include fatty seeds and that already include several liver protectors. But the vast majority of owners still confidently feed their birds with the typical mixture of loose seeds with little fat and other very fatty seeds… And their birds continue dying for hepatic lipidosis in a large number of cases (likely, in most cases). Now we know that, as fatty liver disease develops from the daily food itself, it’s most likely THE FIRST CAUSE OF DEATH OF PET BIRDS, and more so as the bird ages.

    Webs on FLD:

    https://www.beautyofbirds.com/liverdisease.html
    Liver disease is a slow, on-going progressive disease where the liver tissue is replaced with fat. When the liver disease has progressed, the bird may suddenly appear ill.

    https://www.lovinghands.com/forms/Hepatic%20Lipidosis%20-%20Fatty%20Liver%20Disease.pdf One of the sadder diseases many avian vets see is that of hepatic lipidosis or fatty liver disease. It's sad in a number of ways since often the birds are very ill, life-threateningly so, or possibly having died suddenly. Often the owners have been unaware of the dangers of feeding their beloved pet the seeds, peanuts, or other fatty foods the bird obviously loves to eat. These are truly cases of "loving your bird to death". Any bird can fall victim to fatty liver disease.

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/46105643_Treating_liver_disease_in_the_avian_patient Dietary deficiencies of lipotrophic factors such as choline, biotin, and methionine may decrease the transport of lipids from the liver.

    http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n111110B/111004B.pdf The clinical manifestations of hepatic diseases in ornamental birds are much more frequent than people could imagine and in many cases they are not appreciated, progress in a silent way and when they are evident, vet action may arrive late.

    Most any avian symptomatology should be considered as if it was a pathology that could be serious, and not allow the disease to develop because then it will probably be too late. We must closely investigate the symptoms, take preventive measures that don’t harm (such as giving liver and intestinal protectors according to the leaflet) ask for advice from vets, breeders, etc. and procure the most appropriate treatment RAPIDLY, but without rushing in the treatment or with the doses in such small animals. If the days go by and the bird doesn’t improve, it's necessary to continue investigating and, if necessary, change the medication in an informed and contrasted manner. Doing nothing or stopping research usually ends up with the bird dead, but acting without being sure of what is done and in what dose, it likely ends the same way. It's necessary to obtain and confirm the sufficient vet experience and have the serenity to determine in each case whether it's convenient to hasten to do and / or administer what medicine and in what dose, or if it’s better not to do and let the situation evolve without medicating for the time being, or according to the medication that has already been administered.

    A limp in a bird is not always an injury caused by a blow, but the symptom of a disease of some organ (usually the liver or an intestinal disease) that needs to be discovered and treated ASAP. When in doubt, change diet to one with the lowest fat possible (only birdseed, or with other low-fat seeds such as millet, chia and vegetables) and administer lipotropic and regenerating liver protectors in curative doses immediately… although nothing could foresee a fatal outcome. There are also food supplements protectors of the intestinal mucosa and stimulants of the immune system. In doses according to the leaflets do not cause damage, it will surely save the life of your bird (if it's not too late), and will keep them with a basic wellness.

  27. my family chased my bird for 5 hours and finally catching him after flying around the neighborhood being chased by other birds

  28. I was giving my budgies water and I opened our aviary door, only slightly and my budgie, which I was just starting to tame flew out, and I don’t know what to do. Hopefully it’ll come back as there are about 20 budgies in there so I hope he can hear them.?

  29. Any body plss help mee… my 1 month old cockatiel way flewed away . I can't find it. Pls help me to find him…plsss

  30. My bird flew out side In the middle of the street and I got to scoop her up. But I had to stop traffic completely and I was bare foot. It's a really hot summer rn in California too. But shes safe but I cant see if shes hurt or not. now shes so freaked out and wont let me touch her or go near her after her I put her back in her cage. what should I do to calm her down?

  31. This was very encouraging, thankyou. My lovebird flew away 2 1/2 days ago. I have been pounding the pavement several times a day since then. The 1st day I heard her when I called her. She was up in a tree 2 houses away where she flew away. I was so sad though because she didn't come down to me, but instead flew away towards the back lane. But I couldn't contact her since then. Day 2 and Day 3, I walked even farther in all directions from my house, 3x, but silence.. No answer. Trying again today, the 3rd day, hoping she will respond. I feel this time she must be close by. Told a couple neighbours yesterday, but I'm stepping up and handing out flyers today, and called the animal shelters yesterday. I've been praying for a miracle. That's really what I need. I just feel so brokenhearted..as my mom died 3 weeks ago, and my lovebird gave me so much love. I hope she is ok and we can be reunited.

  32. My Budgie couple flew away… I live in Germany, its cold and rainy… They wont survive… However, theres a big Ringneck population in Germany because somehow flewn away Ringnecks managed to survive… Bud Budgies? They are dumb af…

  33. I really need your help my green winged macaw (gentle giant) has been lost since yesterday before 12:00 please give me advice he is only 4 months old and has not yet been microchipped

  34. Our pet cockatiel pika flew away because someone opened the door when he was out and we cant find him im really scared……

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