Lost Bird Cockatiel from Stratford Greater London E20
This lost Cockatiel Bird was last seen around Stratford Greater London E20
Please help! Our cockatiel Sydney was last seen on the 25th of May. He escaped through a window and could possibly have flown very far by this point.
The sex is currently unknown as it is still young but we think it may be a boy.
It has white markings on the back of the head and grey tail feathers with yellow speckles. It is very friendly and loves head scratches. It does whistle and I have saved recordings to help identify him if he is found. Please keep a look out for Sydney and get in touch if you see a bird that looks like him or you find him. We miss him terribly and are truly devastated.
Please can you contact us by phone or text.
White markings on the back of the head and neck.
|Missing since||25 May 2018|
|Approx age||11 months|
|Pet Listing ID||87031|
The following found pets are matches to this lost bird, these were listed on the lost bird register after this pet has gone missing.
|#||Possible Found Pet Matches||Date Listed|
|97076||Found Bird Cockatiel from London Greater London E2||19 Dec 2020|
|95907||Found Bird Cockatiel from Unknown Greater London E16||11 Aug 2020|
|94876||Found Bird Cockatiel from ? Greater London E15||21 May 2020|
|91895||Found Bird Cockatiel from Walthamstow Greater London E17||16 Jul 2019|
|87819||Found Bird Cockatiel from Camberwell Greater London SE5||24 Jul 2018|
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