North Yorkshire Parrot Rescue
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North Yorkshire Parrot Rescue is part of Rainbow Bird and Animal Rescue, a registered charity (1165772) dedicated to the rescue, foster, protection and welfare needs for the life of all surrendered or found parrots...
Our work involves identifying potential short and long-term foster homes for companion birds, and educating present caregivers in proper parrot care, so they don't need to keep rehoming their birds, but can keep them at home with them, where some of them belong.
All rescued birds will be treated as individuals while in short term foster care, their needs will be assessed, some may need less attention, and will only bond with one person, sometimes preferring a man rather than a woman, so will be matched with this in mind.
Whereas a bird that demands much more attention, interaction and stimulation, would always be placed in a family home environment.
NYPR believes, that non-tame Parrots, and other cage birds, that will not bond with their owners, (Aviary Birds), but rather prefer to be with other birds, do not belong in people's homes, to live the rest of their lives alone in a cage.
For further information, please read the page: Stop Caging Birds.
If you require help with your bird, or rehoming advice, please first read the information provided free on our website, then contact us by Email. If you need to report cruelty or neglect, then please contact the RSPCA Call: 0300 1234 999
Rainbow Bird and Animal Rescue Helpline number: 07960 144786
Ways to help and support us!
Important Bird Rescue and Welfare Information!
Exotic tropical birds such as Parrots, Parakeets and Cockatiels, as well as Budgies, Lovebirds, Finches, and other varieties, are often kept in captivity as beautiful and interesting pets.
Unfortunately, many owners may not know how to care for their birds properly, while others experience life changes that may leave their pets without a suitable home.
Captive birds can suffer from nutritional deficiencies, psychological stress, boredom and loneliness and many other problems when they do not receive proper care.
Many wild exotic birds are endangered as a result of the international pet trade. Non-profit bird sanctuaries can provide homes for some birds (having limited space available) for whom their owners can no longer provide care.
However, many more of these birds need to be fostered by committed and dedicated carers, who have taken the time to thoroughly understand what it takes to care for these birds properly. A person who is ready for the responsibility of committing to help a homeless bird should seriously consider fostering one rather than buying a new one.