AVAILABLE BIRDS SEEKING THEIR NEW FOREVER NEST

Our birds come in and get adopted on a daily basis.  We do our best to keep this page updated.  We require you to contact us for an appointment and specify which bird you are interested in meeting in advance.


We ask you to please keep your appointments to meet our birds.  Most of our birds stay with foster families, and arrangements are made in advance to get the birds to the sanctuary for your visit and potential adoption.  If you must cancel, please give us a 24 hour advance notice.  Birds are available for adoption until they are paid for or a deposit is put on them.  If you do place a hold on a bird with a deposit, then change your mind about the adoption, all monies paid are considered a donation to Parrot Hope Rescue and ALL PAYMENTS are Non-Refundable.


Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Reno

Reno is a Blue and Gold Macaw. He is 27 years old and was with his previous owner since he was a baby. 


Reno is a typical blue and gold with a sassy attitude that will push his limits. He is very cuddly, talks, likes to laugh, eats well, and is cautious of females but has made significant improvement in his current foster home.

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Duck & Sunny

Both of these cockatiels are believed to be male. 


They don’t step up to hands but will step up on arms and perches. Duck will whistle at you all day long and Sunny will too if he’s in the right mood. 


They don’t like fingers and will not hesitate to bite if they feel uncomfortable. They don’t like to be pet or scratched, but both will hang out on your shoulder for as long as you let them. They love burrowing into and playing with your hair!

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Kiwi

Kiwi is a Double Yellow-Headed male Amazon. 


He was left in a cage for many years and did not do well being alone. He needs a home where he is loved and included in family activities and should not be left in a cage all day.


He steps up well and loves to sing and talk! A very adorable and entertaining little guy! He needs someone who can give him all the love and attention he deserves!

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Sugar

Sugar is an older wild caught citron cockatoo.  


Can be hand shy, but will step up and loves to play with toys! 


Sugar requires patience, engagement, supervision out of the cage and all the TLC you can spare.  


Can be completely content on the play stand or with a basket full of toys.


Sugar does not do well with children and should be supervised around smaller pets especially birds.

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Mr. & Mrs. Blu

These two are a male and female bonded pair of Blue and Gold Macaws. Both step up, and can be handled, once one trusts you, they both will.


We will only adopt them together, it is obvious they love each other very much. 


This is NOT a proven breeder pair. 

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Cosmo

Cosmo the Red-Lored Amazon has only been with one previous owner.  She will come with her DNA and hatch certificate!  


She is currently on a diet of goldenfeast and fresh vegetables. She prefers her veggies warm and loves to eat when you do.  We are working on getting her converted from sunflower seeds to pellets.


Cosmo whistles the Andy Griffith song, makes a few fun echo noises and says a few phrases including "your a good boy", and perfectly mimics the sounds of a small dog barking and whining. 


She was bonded to an orange winged amazon before he passed away nearly a decade ago.  


Once you earn her trust she will step up.  She can get aggressive and nippy when she is hormonal.

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Harley & Sheena

Harley is a harlequin macaw and Sheena is a greenwing macaw who are bonded and both believed to be in their teens.  


They both step up and like to be carried together. Harley seems to prefer men and Sheena seems to be better with women, however they both can be handled and they both talk.


They both love fresh food and can go crazy with wooden toys.

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Elvis

Elvis is a Blue and Gold Macaw. He is approximately 15 years old. He can display some cage aggression and had a preference for men previously.  


He only gets noisy if left alone for longer periods of time. 


He requires a little training and someone with experience who wouldn't show any fear would be a good fit for Elvis. 


He was handled all the time by his preferred person in his first home.


He takes treats nicely and will make someone with experience a really nice companion!

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Hanna

Hanna, a Blue and Gold Macaw, is a bit timid and also requires a confident handler.


She will do better with someone who understands how to read macaws through both their eyes and body language.


She will pick you!!!!

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Parrot Hope Rescue

PO Box 642, Mantua, Ohio, 44255, United States

(330) 931-7736

One of our volunteers will be in touch with you soon!

 Please note; all of our birds have a non-refundable adoption fee with a contractual agreement.  

Appointments Are Required to meet our birds outside of adoption events. 

When surrendering a bird you can choose to come to us, or for us to come to you.

Thank you.