Found Bird Cockatiel from Marling Way, Gravesend Kent A12

This found Cockatiel Bird was found around Marling Way, Gravesend Kent A12


COCKATIEL grey/yellow/white/orange found in Gravesend, Kent (DA12) on 8th August 2016
Location: Marling Way, Gravesend Kent, DA12
Sex: Unknown
Approx Age: Young
Main Colour: Grey/Silver
Other Colours: Gold/Yellow (Head); Gold/Yellow (Back); White (Left Wing); White (Right Wing)
Other Features: Orange Cheeks ID.Ring on Right Leg
Not yet checked for a Leg Ring/Id
Other Information: Grey,Yellow & White Cockatiel
Orange Cheeks.
ID Ring on Right Leg
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Pets Located Reference: DA0068819

ID RING ON RIGHT LEG.

Found Cockatiel Birds in Marling Way, Gravesend
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Found08 Aug 2016
BreedCockatiel
Dominant colourGrey
GenderUnknown
Approx age
NeuteredUnknown
MicrochippedNo
LocationA12
Pet Listing ID75931

The following lost pets are matches to this found bird, these were listed on the lost bird register after this pet was found.

# Possible Lost Pet Matches Date Listed
94906Lost Bird Cockatiel from Chatham Kent ME523 May 2020
92652Lost Bird Cockatiel from Welling Kent DA1604 Sep 2019
88875Lost Bird Cockatiel from Meopham Kent 01 Oct 2018
88662Lost Bird Cockatiel from Dover Kent CT1715 Sep 2018
86130Lost Bird Cockatiel from Erith Kent DA804 Apr 2018

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