Found Bird Cockatiel from Tring Avenue, Ealing, Greater London W5

This found Cockatiel Bird was found around Tring Avenue, Ealing, Greater London W5


COCKATIEL, WHITE AND GREY SPECKLED, PEARLFACED found in Ealing, WEST LONDON(W5) on 17th July 2017
Location: Tring Avenue, Ealing, W5
Sex: Unknown
Approx Age: Cannot Tell
Main Colour: White
Other Colours: Grey/Silver
Leg Ring (or Id) is present
Id: ****0 38
Other Information: The bird was waddling slowly and appeared to be injured as it was moving slowly and did not fly away. We took him inside as we worried a cat or fox would get him. He appears to be only able to fly a very short distance, and always down, never up. He has a violet / purple ring on his right leg with the a code ending in 38.
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Pets Located Reference: W0091682

PEARLFACED COCKATIEL FOUND EALING, LONDON W5

Found Cockatiel Birds in Tring Avenue, Ealing,
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Found17 Jul 2017
BreedCockatiel
Dominant colourWhite
GenderUnknown
Approx age
NeuteredUnknown
MicrochippedNo
LocationW5
Pet Listing ID82801

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
87735Lost Bird Cockatiel from Chelsea, London Greater London SW1019 Jul 2018

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