The following information is here to help you find it quicker
- Do not assume that everyone knows what your species of bird looks like, if you can advertise with a photo.
- Check your local neighbourhood, many birds are found within their own street.
- Contact all your local Vets, local wildlife carers, rescue groups, pet shops and animal refuge's.
- If your bird was micro chipped contact the Central animal records department, especially if you have recently moved address.
- Don't give up, many birds come into care with wildlife carers, often they are unclaimed and wait for months to be reunited with their owners.
- Google "Parrot Alert" if it is a parrot species, post a LOST notice with this site.
- Try to tell potential finders what makes your bird different ( does it say certain words or dance in a particular way)
- Does it have a band on its leg, if so what is the number on the band?
- Is it missing feathers or have strange colourings etc.
- Contact Animalia via email firstname.lastname@example.org with as much information as possible as well as the date the bird was lost
- Put posters up at shopping centres, shops, telephone poles, within your own street, community markets and events.
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