Found Bird Cockatiel from London Greater London E2
This found Cockatiel Bird was found around London Greater London E2
This little fella was found in a supermarket at Hoxton, London (Longdan, 57 Kingsland Road). He got our attention by chirping and stayed in the store for hours flying around and chilling. We could not keep him in for the night, since there is an alarm in the building, so I picked him up and took him home. Nobody knows how or when exactly he got in, but it should have been somewhere around 3pm. The bird is mostly grey in colour with some yellow accents on the cheeks. I did not have the opportunity to examine him closely, since he is retreated in his box, but I will update once I do.
Grey body with a bit off white on the edge of the feathers, yellow cheeks.
|Found||19 Dec 2020|
|Approx age||no idea|
|Pet Listing ID||97076|
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|
|99505||Lost Bird Cockatiel from Battersea Greater London SW11||25 Aug 2021|
|98823||Lost Bird Cockatiel from London Greater London W13||20 Jun 2021|
|98798||Lost Bird Cockatiel from Harrow Greater London HA1||18 Jun 2021|
|98778||Lost Bird Cockatiel from London Greater London SE2||17 Jun 2021|
|98228||Lost Bird Cockatiel from Fulham Greater London SW6||27 Apr 2021|
|97232||Lost Bird Cockatiel from Balham Greater London SW12||07 Jan 2021|
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