Clover never found her original family but she has gone on to a new home where she has other birdy friends in a large aviary, plus gets to spend quality time with people too – which she loves. A wonderful outcome for this sweet bird. Thanks Marg!
A lovely lady – Marg Gibson, who specializes in reuniting lost birds with their families – has generously offered to try to find Clovers original family. It will take time for Marg to run newspaper ads, put fliers out, and the various other techniques she employs in her outreach, so in the meantime, Marg will foster care for Clover herself. I will update this post as soon as I hear any news. Thank you Marg – now everyone, cross your fingers for Clover! 🙂
This pretty bird was found on a golf course near Belmont about 2.5 years ago.. and found his (or her) way to a lovely lady who has lovingly cared for her until now. Unfortunately, this kindly lady also has cats and dogs which makes it hard for her to let Clover out of his/her cage very often. Clover is quite tame, wolf whistles, cooee whistles, says “where’s birdy?” and “where’s my boy?”.
Clover is available for adoption to a loving and experienced home – whoever takes her must be willing/able to spend time with him/her and be able to provide a large cage with time out within the house – or a large outside aviary. Clover is not offered for breeding so would be suited to an “only bird” home or a home that can house her independently or with same sex birds. Ringnecks are BIG flyers and need room to stretch their wings, so she is looking for a loving family that will to allow her to fly around, as all birds should. This will keep Clover happy, and make her a much better companion to share your life with. 🙂
So if you think you can offer this very lovely bird (sex undetermined, but we THINK Clover is female) a happy foster home or forever home, we would LOVE to hear from you. Please fill in our EXPRESSION OF INTEREST form. Clover’s adoption fee is $70 which includes a vet check to guarantee her health status.