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All of our birds come with recent veterinary records and have groomed beaks, nails and wings. We strive to provide you with as much information about each bird as possible, however we do not always receive a complete history when a bird is surrendered or found.

If a parrot is still on our website and Facebook page, then they are still adoptable and looking for their new home

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Ariel (white) and Dory (blue and yellow) are two female parakeets who are approximately 1.5 years old. They have started their hand-taming and are doing quite well.

Both girls have tested negative for Psittacosis and PBFD. Their adoption fee is $50 for the pair and they will come with their supplies to get them started.

If you are interested in meeting Ariel and Dory, please follow the process online below.

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Rico is a male Ringneck Parrot/Parakeet. He has come a long way from nervous to being interested in engaging with people (hands are still a little scary). With more time and trust, he will step up as well. He LOVES other birds an eagerly walks over to interact with them. 
Please make sure that you are allowed to adopt IRNs in your state BEFORE applying to meet Rico. 
Rico's adoption fee is $200.
IRNs live 30+ years and are native to Southern Asia and Africa.
If you are interested in meeting Rico, please follow the process below.

Buddy is a 2 year old male Green Cheek Conure. He is all personality and should be an only bird or at least well supervised around others - as he tends to want to let them know he is boss. He is engaging, entertaining and bonds strongly with one person. He is currently going through puberty and will need a home wherein they will be able to guide him and continue to provide him with the love he deserves. Buddy's adoption fee is $200.
GCCs live for 25+ years and are native to South America.
If you are able to provide Buddy a home, please complete the application below.

Buddy is a 19 year old Blue and Gold Macaw. He was surrendered as his family did not have enough time for him and knew that he deserved more than they could give him. He has only recently started plucking as a result, and we expect his feathers to grow back with more time and attention. We are still getting to know him, but he has shown us some great dance moves so far! He is very engaging with the people he chooses. Buddy's adoption fee is $500. Macaws live for 60+ years and are native to Central and South America.  If you are interested in meeting Buddy, please follow the process below.

Buddy is a 19 year old Blue and Gold Macaw. He was surrendered as his family did not have enough time for him and knew that he deserved more than they could give him. He has only recently started plucking as a result, and we expect his feathers to grow back with more time and attention. We are still getting to know him, but he has shown us some great dance moves so far! He is very engaging with the people he chooses.
Buddy's adoption fee is $500.
Macaws live for 60+ years and are native to Central and South America. 
If you are interested in meeting Buddy, please follow the process below.

Olivia is a 17 year old female Eclectus. She is typical to her breed in that she is quite timid and nervous at first, but with patience, trust and treats she comes out of her shell. Olivia will need a medium-sized parrot experienced home who is knowledgeable about the specific dietary needs of Eclectus parrots. She has been well loved and only in one home her whole life. Olivia generally prefers women. Eclectus parrots live for 40+ years and are native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea and nearby islands, northeastern Australia and the Maluku Islands (Moluccas). Olivia's adoption fee is $400 and will include her cage and supplies to get her started in her new home.  If you can provide a loving, experienced home for Olivia, please follow the process below.

Olivia is a 17 year old female Eclectus. She is typical to her breed in that she is quite timid and nervous at first, but with patience, trust and treats she comes out of her shell. Olivia will need a medium-sized parrot experienced home who is knowledgeable about the specific dietary needs of Eclectus parrots. She has been well loved and only in one home her whole life. Olivia generally prefers women.
Eclectus parrots live for 40+ years and are native to the Solomon IslandsSumbaNew Guinea and nearby islands, northeastern Australia and the Maluku Islands (Moluccas).
Olivia's adoption fee is $400 and will include her cage and supplies to get her started in her new home. 
If you can provide a loving, experienced home for Olivia, please follow the process below.

Soleil is a young female Jenday Conure. She was abandoned in a plastic bag at the Beardsley Zoo. She has incredibly sweet moments where she snuggles and actively seeks attention, and then she has very 'conure' moments where she can be vocal. She has bonded with Sky and they will need to be adopted together. This has created a nice balance of them having a friend, while still interacting with people. Some parrot experience is preferred.  Jenday Conures live for 30+ years and are native to Brazil.  Solei's and Sky's adoption fee is $250. To meet Soleil, please follow the process below.

Soleil is a young female Jenday Conure. She was abandoned in a plastic bag at the Beardsley Zoo. She has incredibly sweet moments where she snuggles and actively seeks attention, and then she has very 'conure' moments where she can be vocal. She has bonded with Sky and they will need to be adopted together. This has created a nice balance of them having a friend, while still interacting with people. Some parrot experience is preferred. 
Jenday Conures live for 30+ years and are native to Brazil. 
Solei's and Sky's adoption fee is $250.
To meet Soleil, please follow the process below.

Jenna is a bouncy girl parakeet who was found in SE Connecticut. She enjoys her training as it comes with treats. She is social and would do best with a friend.  Jenna's adoption fee is $30. Jenna is Psittacosis and PBFD free. To meet Jenna, please follow the process below.

Jenna is a bouncy girl parakeet who was found in SE Connecticut. She enjoys her training as it comes with treats. She is social and would do best with a friend. 
Jenna's adoption fee is $30.
Jenna is Psittacosis and PBFD free.
To meet Jenna, please follow the process below.

We are taking in 14 parakeets - males and females - at the end of November - with various levels of hand-taming. They will all be Psittacosis and PBFD tested and available for adoption as singles ($30) and pairs ($50). Get pre-approved to adopt a parakeet by filling out an application below TODAY!

COURTESY POSTING - Meet Casey the red belly poicephalus. Casey is a bit timid, but not aggressive or overly afraid, just a bit timid in the cage. He does step up nicely and is happy to hang out with anyone. He is a friendly little guy. He is healthy and has been vetted and disease tested, he is ready to meet his new family!!  He is currently being fostered in Ridgefield, CT, so no need to travel to NJ! A commitment to lifetime routine avian care is a requirement to adopt. While he is healthy today, she deserves a yearly checkup to ensure he lives a long happy life. Anyone interested in adopting, email adoptions@ahelpingwing.org! For anyone new to AHW, here is a bit about our adoption process, so everyone understands we never ship a bird and adopters must commit to coming to the shelter to working with bird multiple times to ensure its a good fit for bird and adopter, we look for the bird to pick their person and want to go home with adopters! The Adoption Process:Fill out our online adoption application which can be found on our website, www.ahelpingwing.org (no phone calls please). A representative from A Helping Wing will be in touch to answer all questions and discuss setting up a first visit. Additionally, we will also review your information and discuss any questions we may have. There are multiple visits required to interact with the bird you connect with (typically 3-4). Your first visit is what I compare to speed dating, you will meet many wonderful and sweet birds and we see who you connect with, attention is paid for how birds respond, we base our adoptions on the birds input and tell all adopters that when we let the bird choose, its always a good match! During the visit time frame, we typically perform a home visit as well. The home visit is a great chance to review bringing home a rescue bird, where to setup cages, dangers in the home that many people may not consider, diet, daily routines, etc. You should expect 3 visits as long as it is a strong match and the bird is connected with you, but with new bird owners, there may be a 4th and typically the bird would go home at that visit. Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ahelpingwing

COURTESY POSTING - Meet Casey the red belly poicephalus. Casey is a bit timid, but not aggressive or overly afraid, just a bit timid in the cage. He does step up nicely and is happy to hang out with anyone.

He is a friendly little guy. He is healthy and has been vetted and disease tested, he is ready to meet his new family!!  He is currently being fostered in Ridgefield, CT, so no need to travel to NJ!

A commitment to lifetime routine avian care is a requirement to adopt. While he is healthy today, she deserves a yearly checkup to ensure he lives a long happy life.

Anyone interested in adopting, email adoptions@ahelpingwing.org!

For anyone new to AHW, here is a bit about our adoption process, so everyone understands we never ship a bird and adopters must commit to coming to the shelter to working with bird multiple times to ensure its a good fit for bird and adopter, we look for the bird to pick their person and want to go home with adopters!

The Adoption Process:Fill out our online adoption application which can be found on our website, www.ahelpingwing.org (no phone calls please). A representative from A Helping Wing will be in touch to answer all questions and discuss setting up a first visit. Additionally, we will also review your information and discuss any questions we may have. There are multiple visits required to interact with the bird you connect with (typically 3-4). Your first visit is what I compare to speed dating, you will meet many wonderful and sweet birds and we see who you connect with, attention is paid for how birds respond, we base our adoptions on the birds input and tell all adopters that when we let the bird choose, its always a good match! During the visit time frame, we typically perform a home visit as well. The home visit is a great chance to review bringing home a rescue bird, where to setup cages, dangers in the home that many people may not consider, diet, daily routines, etc. You should expect 3 visits as long as it is a strong match and the bird is connected with you, but with new bird owners, there may be a 4th and typically the bird would go home at that visit.

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Simon is a Double Yellow Headed Amazon, he's approximately 20 years old. He is a love and joy once he gets to know you. He is food motivated, enjoys out of cage time and head scratches. Simon eats a healthy pelleted diet and enjoys vegetables and fruit. He is a big fan of bells! Simon's adoption fee is $350 and he will be adopted with his cage, toys, food and other supplies. Amazons live for 60+ years and are native to South America. Interested in adoption? Please follow the instructions below.
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Peanut is an adult male cockatiel who is looking for his forever home with Sunshine. They are quite sweet and gentle. They can live in two separate cages or one large one together. While they somtimes bicker like siblings, they need their play and preening time together. Their adoption fee is $125.
All are tested for Psittacosis and PBFD (negative). 
Some are more hand-tame than others. 
Cockatiels are native to Australia and live for 20+ years. 
If you would like to meet Peanut, please follow the process below.

Louie is an approximately 33 year old male Congo African Grey. He was dropped off at a veterinarian's office for boarding in early 2016, and never picked up. When they were finally able to reach his owners, they said that they didn't want him "as he bites" (as we all know...all birds can bite). He was kept in the reception area of a dog and cat veterinary hospital for about a year until we were contacted and asked to take him in. He has done incredibly well in his foster home with his foster mom who can't say enough wonderful things about him. He is engaging, inquisitive and has been a real love-bug with her. 
Louie's adoption fee is $350.
Parrot experience required (conure or larger).
Congo African Greys live for 60+ years and are native to Central Africa. 
If you are interested in meeting Louie, please follow the process below.

Skylar is a social 21 year old female Goffin's Cockatoo. She loves everyone and can really hold a beat! She is looking for a new home as her family was unable to provide her with the time and love she deserves. Skylar is always looking to engage with those around her, but she is not a pushover! She will need an experienced parrot home. Skylar's adoption fee is $350. Goffin's Cockatoos live for 45+ years and are native to Indonesia. If you are interested in meeting Skylar, please follow the process below.

Skylar is a social 21 year old female Goffin's Cockatoo. She loves everyone and can really hold a beat! She is looking for a new home as her family was unable to provide her with the time and love she deserves. Skylar is always looking to engage with those around her, but she is not a pushover! She will need an experienced parrot home.
Skylar's adoption fee is $350.
Goffin's Cockatoos live for 45+ years and are native to Indonesia.
If you are interested in meeting Skylar, please follow the process below.

Oscar was found swimming/drowning in Long Island Sound. (We are currently waiting on gender results.) While we are still getting to know him, he has proven to be quite interactive, sweet and crave attention. With that said, some parrot experience will be needed.  Amazons live for 60+ years and are native to Central and South America.  Oscars adoption fee will be $350.  To meet Oscar, please follow the process below.

Oscar was found swimming/drowning in Long Island Sound. (We are currently waiting on gender results.) While we are still getting to know him, he has proven to be quite interactive, sweet and crave attention. With that said, some parrot experience will be needed. 
Amazons live for 60+ years and are native to Central and South America. 
Oscars adoption fee will be $350. 
To meet Oscar, please follow the process below.

Meet John! He is a ~9 year old Ringneck male Dove. He was originally taken in by his owner from a hoarding situation, but then his owner realized that they were not able to give him the attention and love he deserves. John is sweet and interactive.  John's adoption fee is $40.  He has been tested Psittacosis negative. Doves can live up to 30 years. To meet John, please follow the process below.

Meet John! He is a ~9 year old Ringneck male Dove. He was originally taken in by his owner from a hoarding situation, but then his owner realized that they were not able to give him the attention and love he deserves. John is sweet and interactive. 
John's adoption fee is $40. 
He has been tested Psittacosis negative.
Doves can live up to 30 years.
To meet John, please follow the process below.

We are always working with potential surrenders and placements. Check back soon or submit an application to be pre-approved.

Check your state's regulations before applying to adopt a Quaker parrot - there may be an updated version of this map. We know that they are not allowed as pets in GA, NJ, PA.

Check your state's regulations before applying to adopt a Quaker parrot - there may be an updated version of this map. We know that they are not allowed as pets in GA, NJ, PA.

Marbles is a 30 year old Mealy Amazon (gender to be confirmed). She is an incredibly sweet and engaging bird despite not knowing how to step up - we have started training. Marbles was surrendered to us when her mom was evicted from her home.
Marbles' adoption fee is $350 and she will come with all her supplies to get her started comfortably in her new home.

Mealy Amazons are the largest Amazons, live for 60+ years and are native to Central and South America.

If you have parrot experience and are interested in meeting Marbles, please follow the process below.

Sunshine is an adult female cockatiel who is looking for her forever home with Peanut. They are quite sweet and gentle. They can live in two separate cages or one large one together. While they somtimes bicker like siblings, they need their play and preening time together. Their adoption fee is $125.
All are tested for Psittacosis and PBFD (negative). 
Some are more hand-tame than others. 
Cockatiels are native to Australia and live for 20+ years. 
If you would like to meet Sunshine, please follow the process below.

Sky is a 1 year old female Black Masked Lovebird. She is quite interactive and we are working on her had-taming her. She has a big personality and is not afraid of anything - we find it quite endearing! She was surrendered as she was attacking her mate. With her going through puberty, we would like her to be adopted by someone with some parrot experience. Sky has bonded with Soleil and they will need to be adopted together. This has created a nice balance of them having a friend, while still interacting with people. Some parrot experience is preferred. 
Solei's and Sky's adoption fee is $250.
Lovebirds live for 15+ years and are native to Africa and Madagascar.
If you are interested in meeting Sky, please follow the instructions below.

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Miami is a 19 year old male Blue and Gold Macaw. He has only had one home and has been well cared for an loved. He is a fantastic macaw in that with a little trust, he actively engages all those around him. Miami's adoption fee is $500. Blue and Gold Macaws live 60+ years and are native to Central and South America. If you are interested in meeting Miami, please follow the process below.

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Tessa is a 4 year old female Senegal. She is a wonderful girl who is curious and looks to interact primarily with men. She LOVES spending time on her swing. 
Tessa's adoption fee is $250.
Senegals live for 35+ years and are native to Northern Africa. 
If you are interested in meeting Tessa, please follow the process below.

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We just took in 9 cockatiels - males and females - with various levels of hand-taming. They have all been tested negative for Psittacosis and PBFD tested and available for adoption as singles ($75) and pairs ($125). We are waiting on their gender test results. Get pre-approved to adopt a cockatiel by filling out an application below TODAY!

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COURTESY POSTING - We have 2 baby quakers left for adoption!! Both are girls, being sisters, they are very bonded, but super social and funny, we do need to place them in a home together. But no worries, they are very human imprinted and love people! The 2 babies have been moved to our shelter friend Nicolle in Ridgefield, CT. So anyone interested can visit the babies in CT, no trip to NJ needed! Video link of the babies eating - https://www.facebook.com/nicolle.millierdevlin?fref=ts NJ Fish and Wildlife turned over to AHW a group of 7 baby Quakers! They are slightly varying ages, so a few will be ready to go before the others, but all have about 6 weeks or so left before they will be ready to go to their new homes.  We are welcoming adopters to come out meet the babies, connect with a little one and return for visits over the next many weeks as the babies grow, fledge and are wean.  These little ones are available to adopters in NY, CT, MA or any state that is within driving distance, but if you live in NJ or PA, Quakers are illegal and we cannot adopt a Quaker into any home in NJ or PA. Please note, full adoption screenings, vet reference and home visit are required, and we will be confirming residence to ensure these babies go only to legal homes where they will be safe for the rest of their long adorable lives!!  The Adoption Process:Fill out our online adoption application which can be found on our website, www.ahelpingwing.org (no phone calls please). A representative from A Helping Wing will be in touch to answer all questions and discuss setting up a first visit. Multiple visits are required before adoption. Although there is no application fee, there is an adoption fee, which covers food, medical care, etc., and allows us to continue our efforts in rescuing, caring for, and finding homes for all of our birds. All birds at AHW have been vetted and have negative tests for any disease before they are made available for adoption! Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ahelpingwing Support the Cause: A Helping Wing Parrot Rescue

COURTESY POSTING - We have 2 baby quakers left for adoption!! Both are girls, being sisters, they are very bonded, but super social and funny, we do need to place them in a home together. But no worries, they are very human imprinted and love people! The 2 babies have been moved to our shelter friend Nicolle in Ridgefield, CT. So anyone interested can visit the babies in CT, no trip to NJ needed! Video link of the babies eating - https://www.facebook.com/nicolle.millierdevlin?fref=ts

NJ Fish and Wildlife turned over to AHW a group of 7 baby Quakers! They are slightly varying ages, so a few will be ready to go before the others, but all have about 6 weeks or so left before they will be ready to go to their new homes. 

We are welcoming adopters to come out meet the babies, connect with a little one and return for visits over the next many weeks as the babies grow, fledge and are wean. 
These little ones are available to adopters in NY, CT, MA or any state that is within driving distance, but if you live in NJ or PA, Quakers are illegal and we cannot adopt a Quaker into any home in NJ or PA. Please note, full adoption screenings, vet reference and home visit are required, and we will be confirming residence to ensure these babies go only to legal homes where they will be safe for the rest of their long adorable lives!! 

The Adoption Process:Fill out our online adoption application which can be found on our website, www.ahelpingwing.org (no phone calls please). A representative from A Helping Wing will be in touch to answer all questions and discuss setting up a first visit. Multiple visits are required before adoption. Although there is no application fee, there is an adoption fee, which covers food, medical care, etc., and allows us to continue our efforts in rescuing, caring for, and finding homes for all of our birds. All birds at AHW have been vetted and have negative tests for any disease before they are made available for adoption!

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ADOPTION PROCEDURES

Before you adopt a parrot from Connecticut Parrot Rescue, make sure you know what you're getting into...

Parrots have a VERY long lifespan. While reports vary, some parrots have lived to approximately 100 years old!! Conures live approximately 25+ years; while African Grey, Amazons, Macaws and Cockatoos generally live 60+ years.

NEVER feed your parrot a seed-only diet!! This is the same as eating junk food everyday and leads to fatty liver disease and other health (such as malnutrition) and developmental problems. Please visit our Links and Resources to learn more about proper parrot diet and care.

Parrots can die from Avocado, Rhubarb, Apple Seeds, Oven and Teflon Fumes and much more - visit our Links and Resources Page for more information.

Parrots are very intelligent! They need a variety of toys which need to be rotated often, and offer them enrichment opportunities.

Parrot love attention but can be very picky about, protective over , and aggressive to others as a result of who they choose to like and dislike.

ALL ANIMALS BITE. But this is usually because they are scared or people haven't heeded their previous warnings - they may have learned that this is the only way humans 'listen' to them.

Consider an Adult/Elderly Parrot. While babies are cute and generally more willing to go to anyone, they will go through puberty and their temperament often changes. If you are prepared for this and have trained your parrot well, you should 'weather the storm' just fine. However, this is usually when most parrots are surrendered and/or bad habits are reinforced. Please educate yourself and understand what your parrot is trying to communicate to you. Adult/elderly parrots have a more consistent temperament and are more settled in their needs, likes and dislikes.

Many parrots go through hormonal and molting cycles in Spring and Fall/Autumn. This is normal, but generally makes them more grumpy.

Why are there so many steps and visits involved in CTPR's Adoption Process? 
Our adoption process is standard for/comparable to other parrot rescues who are truly committed to the well-being and long-term placement of the parrots in their care. Many of the parrots that are surrendered to us have already been in 3+ homes by the time they are 8 years old - usually due to no fault of their own! This much movement has the potential to result in numerous behavioral 'problems'. Given their long lifespan, we aim to find our parrots' true (or as close to as possible) forever homes.  Multiple visits have ensured the consistency and commitment of both the parrot and the adopter. On many occasions a parrot that is now truly a member of our adopter's family, did not 'come-out-of-its-shell' until a 2nd or 3rd visit and would have been overlooked by the adopter. In other instances parrots first thought to be a good match have proven otherwise. We are happy to work with you should you choose to make the commitment.

CTPR DOES NOT Facilitate International Adoptions. Out of state adoptions may incur an additional travel fee - please inquire before submitting your application.

We are completely volunteer-run. All of our volunteers have 'real jobs' and multiple other life commitments. Please be patient, we will reply to you.

Thank you for choosing to adopt first!!

CTPR's Adoption Process:

  • Please read everything on this page first to familiarize yourself with our Adoption Procedure.

  • The adoption fee is generally between $100 -$500. Cages are usually included. A portion of your adoption fees may be tax deductible.

  • The adoption form (below) must be completed by someone over the age of 18 years old, and only by the person who will be the bird's primary caretaker.

  • We will contact your landlord first if you rent your home - tell them to expect our call -, and then a representative from Connecticut Parrot Rescue will contact your references. We THEN contact you to answer all your questions. Once these steps are completed, you will receive an email to set up your first visit to CTPR. All future correspondence will be completed by email.

  • We do not allow same day adoptions - a minimum of 2 visits are required to ensure an optimal match as well as one visit with the parrot and a CTPR representative in your home.

  • Questions about specific birds will only be answered once we have received a completed application form.

  • We require an initial home visit as well as a follow-up visit in your home with the parrot within 90 days of the adoption from CTPR.

  • We will NOT adopt birds to homes that already have a bird of the same breed but a different gender. We do not support breeding; mistakes happen, and increased hormone levels in the birds can result in negative behaviors as well as can impact their health.

  • By submitting an application you agree to CTPR's procedures and practices.

  • CTPR is a completely volunteer-run organization. It may take up to two weeks to receive a reply. If you do not receive a reply within that time frame, please re-submit your application to CTPR. Please do not continue to email CTPR for a reply - you are adding to the delay.

  • We do allow adoptions to applicants with no experience, cats, dogs, young children, etc. However; each situation is assessed on a case-by-case basis based on the particular parrot's needs, previous experiences and personality.

  • We do allow out of state adoptions, but generally not more than 2 hours away from Connecticut Parrot Rescue - please check with us first.

  • CTPR works with a network of other organizations. If we do not have the optimal parrot for you, we will keep your information on hand until another suitable parrot is available at CTPR and we will provide you with other rescues' contact information.

  • Events are a great way to meet some of our available parrots. If you are interested in meeting a particular parrot, complete the application and waiver, and let us know which event you are planning to attend and which parrot(s) you are interested in meeting. We will try our best to facilitate the introduction - although this cannot be guaranteed.

  • Submitting an application does not guarantee you will be able to adopt one of our parrots. Adoptions are approved at the sole discretion of Connecticut Parrot Rescue and its appointed representatives.

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If you have questions about the application process, visit, food, cages, cost, etc. please STOP! Read the information above before completing the application form.

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ADOPTED PARROTS


2017


14 year old Aurora was adopted in November 2017 and gained a 12 year old best friend!!

14 year old Aurora was adopted in November 2017 and gained a 12 year old best friend!!

Willow was adopted in September 2017!!

Willow was adopted in September 2017!!

Bean was adopted in September 2017!

Bean was adopted in September 2017!

Pop was adopted in July 2017 and became a companion to an elderly male cockatiel.

Pop was adopted in July 2017 and became a companion to an elderly male cockatiel.

Congratulations to Storm who seamlessly moved into and started entertaining her new family with her antics in June 2017!

Congratulations to Storm who seamlessly moved into and started entertaining her new family with her antics in June 2017!

Sunny chose his dad in June 2017!!

Sunny chose his dad in June 2017!!

Congrats to Banjo who chose his new family in May 2017!

Congrats to Banjo who chose his new family in May 2017!

Madison was adopted by a loving family in May 2017!

Madison was adopted by a loving family in May 2017!

Cricket was adopted in March 2017!

Cricket was adopted in March 2017!

Congrats to Pia who not only chose her mom in January 2017, but has also been recognized as an Emotional Support Animal and has been granted permission to stay on campus at the University of New Haven as an ESA animal!!

Congrats to Pia who not only chose her mom in January 2017, but has also been recognized as an Emotional Support Animal and has been granted permission to stay on campus at the University of New Haven as an ESA animal!!

Lance was adopted in October 2017!!

Lance was adopted in October 2017!!

Goofy was adopted in September 2017!!

Goofy was adopted in September 2017!!

Super sweet Kiki was adopted in July 2017!!

Super sweet Kiki was adopted in July 2017!!

Marley was adopted in July 2017!

Marley was adopted in July 2017!

Tula chose her loving family in June 2017!!

Tula chose her loving family in June 2017!!

Congrats to Lemon and Lime who chose their new home in May 2017!

Congrats to Lemon and Lime who chose their new home in May 2017!

Pearl and Sundance (who is blind) landed safely with a loving home in April 2017!

Pearl and Sundance (who is blind) landed safely with a loving home in April 2017!

Chuckles was adopted in April 2017!

Chuckles was adopted in April 2017!

Jellybean was adopted in March 2017!

Jellybean was adopted in March 2017!

Smokey was adopted in September 2017!!

Smokey was adopted in September 2017!!

Sunny was adopted in August 2017!!

Sunny was adopted in August 2017!!

Chase was adopted in July 2017 and gained a conure sister!

Chase was adopted in July 2017 and gained a conure sister!

The lovely Josephine was adopted in July 2017!

The lovely Josephine was adopted in July 2017!

Snap chose her loving family in June 2016!

Snap chose her loving family in June 2016!

Congratulations to Paulo who chose a new mom and a parrot brother in May 2017!

Congratulations to Paulo who chose a new mom and a parrot brother in May 2017!

Elijha gained a loving sister for himself in April 2017!

Elijha gained a loving sister for himself in April 2017!

Our lovely Gabby chose her new family in April 2017!

Our lovely Gabby chose her new family in April 2017!

Heidi, Sally, Gus and Delaney found a luxury loft in March 2017!!

Heidi, Sally, Gus and Delaney found a luxury loft in March 2017!!

Congratulations to Morty who chose his dad in January 2017!

Congratulations to Morty who chose his dad in January 2017!

Peep was Adopted in September 2017!!

Peep was Adopted in September 2017!!

Hoot was adopted in August 2017!

Hoot was adopted in August 2017!

Wargo was adopted in July 2017 and is entertaining his new family!

Wargo was adopted in July 2017 and is entertaining his new family!

Chauncey chose her family in June 2017!

Chauncey chose her family in June 2017!

Crackle chose a loving big sister in May 2017!

Crackle chose a loving big sister in May 2017!

Ollie chose her dad and gained a sister (also adopted from CTPR in 2016) in April 2017!

Ollie chose her dad and gained a sister (also adopted from CTPR in 2016) in April 2017!

Roxie chose her family in April 2017!

Roxie chose her family in April 2017!

Benji gained a very conscientious big brother in February 2017!!

Benji gained a very conscientious big brother in February 2017!!

Congratulations to Fred who chose his family in Januray 2017!

Congratulations to Fred who chose his family in Januray 2017!


2016


Congratulations to Barnes & Noble on their adoption in December 2016!

Congratulations to Barnes & Noble on their adoption in December 2016!

Coconut and Pip were adopted in November 2016!

Coconut and Pip were adopted in November 2016!

Congrats to Sunshine and Frosty who chose their loving family in November 2016!

Congrats to Sunshine and Frosty who chose their loving family in November 2016!

Congrats to Talum who chose his mom in October 2016!

Congrats to Talum who chose his mom in October 2016!

Congrats to Emmie who chose her mom and gained a parakeet sister in October 2016!

Congrats to Emmie who chose her mom and gained a parakeet sister in October 2016!

Kyle gained a big sister in September 2016 who adores him and his confident personality!!

Kyle gained a big sister in September 2016 who adores him and his confident personality!!

Justin joined a loving family in August 2016!

Justin joined a loving family in August 2016!

Poppy joined her new mom and dad in August 2016 and has been entertaining them with all his antics ever since!

Poppy joined her new mom and dad in August 2016 and has been entertaining them with all his antics ever since!

Rosie chose her loving family in June 2016.

Rosie chose her loving family in June 2016.

Ziggy was adopted in May 2016 and loves shower time!

Ziggy was adopted in May 2016 and loves shower time!

In May 2016 Phoebe joined Snow White and Isabella in their incredibly loving home!

In May 2016 Phoebe joined Snow White and Isabella in their incredibly loving home!

Luca (our splayed legged Parakeet) was adopted by and gained a very experienced veterinarian mom in April 2016!

Luca (our splayed legged Parakeet) was adopted by and gained a very experienced veterinarian mom in April 2016!

Congrats to Max who chose his family in November 2016!!

Congrats to Max who chose his family in November 2016!!

Congratulations to Melba who chose a loving family to call his own in November 2016!!

Congratulations to Melba who chose a loving family to call his own in November 2016!!

Congrats to Frederica who chose a loving mom in November 2016!

Congrats to Frederica who chose a loving mom in November 2016!

Congrats to Katie who chose her family in October 2016!

Congrats to Katie who chose her family in October 2016!

Ruby was adopted in October 2016 and gained an Amazon brother!

Ruby was adopted in October 2016 and gained an Amazon brother!

We are so happy that Cody chose her new family in September 2016!!

We are so happy that Cody chose her new family in September 2016!!

Toot chose her family in September 2016 and now runs the house ;)

Toot chose her family in September 2016 and now runs the house ;)

PeeWee chose her home in August 2016 and she is being completely doted on!

PeeWee chose her home in August 2016 and she is being completely doted on!

Bella was adopted in August 2016 and gained a parakeet sister!

Bella was adopted in August 2016 and gained a parakeet sister!

Congrats to little Padme who gained a big sister in June 2016 (as well as another parakeet sister)!!!

Congrats to little Padme who gained a big sister in June 2016 (as well as another parakeet sister)!!!

In June 2016 Ravi chose his new dad who he has become inseparable from!

In June 2016 Ravi chose his new dad who he has become inseparable from!

Peppino chose her family in May 2016 and continues to flourish in her attentive home!

Peppino chose her family in May 2016 and continues to flourish in her attentive home!

Wally (Senegal) was adopted by a loving mom and dad and gained some parakeet siblings in March 2016!

Wally (Senegal) was adopted by a loving mom and dad and gained some parakeet siblings in March 2016!

Congrats to Twinkle who chose her big brother and mom in November 2016!!

Congrats to Twinkle who chose her big brother and mom in November 2016!!

Congrats to Bopper who chose his lovely family in November 2016!

Congrats to Bopper who chose his lovely family in November 2016!

Congrats to Smokey who chose his mom in November 2016 and is being super spoiled every day!!

Congrats to Smokey who chose his mom in November 2016 and is being super spoiled every day!!

Congrats to Calla and Lilly (formerly Yvette and Leah) who were adopted in October 2016!

Congrats to Calla and Lilly (formerly Yvette and Leah) who were adopted in October 2016!

Poppy was adopted in October 2016 and gained a cockatiel brother!

Poppy was adopted in October 2016 and gained a cockatiel brother!

Congrats to Beaker who chose his mom in September 2016!

Congrats to Beaker who chose his mom in September 2016!

Iah became the apple of her dad's eye in August 2016!

Iah became the apple of her dad's eye in August 2016!

Louis gained two amazing sisters who have been doting on him daily since his adoption in August 2016!

Louis gained two amazing sisters who have been doting on him daily since his adoption in August 2016!

Freckles (now Nina) was adopted and joined her sister (Peppino) in August 2016!

Freckles (now Nina) was adopted and joined her sister (Peppino) in August 2016!

Amidala (now Sprite) found her new mommy in July 2016!

Amidala (now Sprite) found her new mommy in July 2016!

Congrats to Haven and Pilgim who chose their family in June 2016!

Congrats to Haven and Pilgim who chose their family in June 2016!

Harvest chose his new mom in May 2016 who has helped him gain confidence through consistent one-on-one attention.

Harvest chose his new mom in May 2016 who has helped him gain confidence through consistent one-on-one attention.

Our founding Quaker/Monk parrot Maxine was adopted and gained a loving mom and sister (sun conure) in October 2015!

Our founding Quaker/Monk parrot Maxine was adopted and gained a loving mom and sister (sun conure) in October 2015!