Lost Bird Cockatiel from Heyside, Royton Greater Manchester OL2
This lost Cockatiel Bird was last seen around Heyside, Royton Greater Manchester OL2
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Monty flew away between 9:10 and 9:15pm Thursday 5the July in the Heyside area of Royton close to Liskeard Avenue, He is very tame but if frightened he may peck, he lives in the house not his cage, which he only uses to access his seed, millet and water, he eats human food too and is partial to a small dish of warm tea, dry cornflakes and the corner edge of a piece of toast for his breakfast. he also has Kellogg's Rice Crispies in a tiny dish, eats all meat, fish, cheese, white rice and pasta, nuts especially cashew. he responds to commands, but will roost high up if voices are raised.
He will land on your hand, shoulder or head, if he feels safe with you..
wing edges white, tail feathers white and yellow with grey, head and plume yellow, one white feather on his back if not moulted
|Missing since||05 Jul 2018|
|Pet Listing ID||87497|
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|
|94481||Found Bird Cockatiel from St Helens Greater Manchester WN3||19 Apr 2020|
|87959||Found Bird Cockatiel from Trafford Manchester Greater Manchester M16||01 Aug 2018|
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