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Peadroh
Peadroh

Peadroh came to Project Perry from a home that took him in when their mother died. Sadly, Peadroh wasn't a good fit and he was a little "bitey" which apparently caused the caretaker to become angry with Peadroh often. Peadroh was missing the tip of his beak when we picked him up and it looked like it had been "broken off" with a tool.

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Baxter
Baxter

A gift sponsorship by Deborah, for her brother, Bob. Baxter is a wild caught parrot. He was captured in the wild and placed into a breeder box in a dark basement where he was denied any happiness for the majority of his life. He is very happy here at Project Perry. He is very special to us and mostly blind now but he still flies... he is a trooper. He uses what sight he has left to continue enjoying his life to the fullest!

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Murphy
Murphy

Murphy was rescued from a puppy mill situation that also included birds on the property. He was in a cage with no toys or anything to call his own.

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Tex
Tex

Tex was rescued in 2011. He was rescued from Texas during a 1000 bird seizure case. He was adopted out but has since returned as his adoptive home could no longer keep him due to illness. He was well loved and cared for by her. He has fit in very well back at Project Perry, and he is loved very much. He is an extremely sweet little guy. We are glad he is here.

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Daisy-Grace
Daisy-Grace

Daisy came from an awful situation where she lost her sight due to trauma to her head. She lived in filth and was terrified upon her arrival. She is an absolute joy to have here and has overcome many of her fears. She sits next to the desk in the office and talks as well as play very often. Her toy brings her comfort and she often touches it to hear the sound it makes to know that it is still there. Daisy is an amazing survivor, plunged into a life of darkness and cast aside. She is loved.

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Basil
Basil

Basil came to us as a rescue in late 2019. Basil's prior owner left him on the front porch where she fed the local raccoons. One day, the raccoons were hungry and tried to pull Basil through the bars because they were "most likely hungry and thought he was food." Basil arrived here and had a partial wing amputation that sadly didn't heal completely which caused us to have a full wing amputation surgery. Now, he is 100% healed and he is doing FANTASTIC! He's a very happy and loved bird! :-)

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Junipyr
Junipyr

Junipyr is a precious little guy who is quickly learning to love his cage free life. Junipyr was initially given up by someone who no longer had time for him due to her child, her boyfriend, and... you get the point. Junipyr was rehomed to Indiana from N. Jersey and given up on after 4 months pretty much. Greys require a lot of time and devotion, this young lady would rather shop, vacation, and live her life without the responsibility of a parrot. Junipyr's story is a very common story. Sad.

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Toby
Toby

Toby is Matt's Parrot. She actually chose him of course. Toby was born in California. Shipped as cargo to the east coast where she lived in a child day care. When they relinquished her, she went to a rescue and was adopted out to people who ended up not wanting her because she doesn't talk. She chose Matt when he began to volunteer many years ago at a rescue and they've been together ever since. <3

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Scrappy
Scrappy

Scrappy came from a dark and dusty basement in northwestern Virginia. She was captured in the wild, transported out of Africa to the United States, and became a breeder bird for the pet trade for many years before being "retired" from her job as a slave to human greed. She's an old gal, but she is a strong willed and beautiful lady.

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