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Dodger was found when someone let him free because they didn't want him anymore. This information was heard through the grapevine of the small town we're located in. Dodger was found dodging cars on the highway. He was unable to fly with his clipped wings for long periods. Exhausted, he was brought to Project Perry and lives happily in the Conure Aviary where he has full use of his wings once more.
Auggie was a rescue where he was fed bread and water for the duration of his life. He arrived to the sanctuary the color orange. Time, love, proper diet have really helped this young man flourish and live life to the absolute fullest!
Jake was surrendered when his owner could no longer care for him. Jake pretty much keeps to himself.
Ginger is here on lifetime of care. Ginger is a feisty little lady who mostly prefers women. She will enjoy the company of men until she is ready for a taste. ie: bite. Heheheh. She is a good bird though. Precious little cutie.
Seymour came from the 21 bird case with Baby, Wiki, and Weenie. Seymour is believed to be wild caught. Seymour is one of the most aggressive birds here at the sanctuary. Possibly because he is so angry he was taken from the wild and caged for so many years.
Baby came from a 21 bird rescue. Baby is a sweet bird that will occasionally land on and hang out with people.
Richard is a female... she was rescued from a hoarder situation and her cage was infested with so many insects... it was awful. She is a happy go lucky little spirit but prefers a "hands off" relationship.
Weeble is a loud, hands off rescue case