Found Bird Cockatiel from Bristol Avon
This found Cockatiel Bird was found around Bristol Avon
This bird was found longwell green bristol. I'm actually in knowle bristol though. I've ended up with this little sweetheart due to taking it in after seein it wasn't my boy . But the lady had no facilities or food for the little bird. I will look after the bird til I find its owners hopefully as they will be missing her or him. Please message me if you think this is yours, pictures of proof would be great thank you. Will be adding a picture shortly.
This bird has a yellow and white head that is yellow at the front but white round the head til the back .There is 1 pale yellow wing feather and I would describe it as a light grey mutation breed(maybe from a white face or lutino and grey). Has marks around beak and nares.(will use this type of marks in a picture of Id though) Has a light grey beak and pink feet. Smaller orange cheeks . Bird looks like a female due to no screeching or chatting back to my other cockatiels but maybe still a quiet male (until I see behaviour too it's hard to tell ). And I know it's hard to tell with some cockatiel mutations ,it looks like it comes from a lutino/albino type mutation due to light yellow and various white patches on body too.
|Found||20 Jul 2018|
|Approx age||Not sure|
|Pet Listing ID||87755|
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|
|89198||Lost Bird Cockatiel from Bristol Avon||28 Oct 2018|
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