Lost Bird Cockatiel from Enfield Middlesex EN3

This lost Cockatiel Bird was last seen around Enfield Middlesex EN3

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He went missing at 10:15am on the 15th September 2018. He's not hand tamed, but will come to family members. He's generally pretty relaxed, not easily startled. He's about 14 maybe 15 years old. One of his favourite foods was Pizza.
He grew up with nets and blinds over the back door, he would spend alot of time in the conservatory sitting amongst the plants and tweeting incredibly loudly, he's only ever been outside on 1 other occasion, that was when his wings where clipped and be was in process of being hand tamed. He did not like and it was scared, my mum brought him back indoors. He's never paid any interest in going outside, his character has changed over the past month, he's become alot friendlier and wanting more company. We've had him since he was 6 weeks old I believe. Hope me comes home soon.

He has grey and white pattern on his wings, his head and belly are yellow.

Missing Cockatiel Birds in Enfield
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Missing since15 Sep 2018
BreedCockatiel
Dominant colourYellow
GenderMale
Approx age14
MicrochippedNo
LocationEN3
Pet Listing ID88668

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
90866Found Bird Cockatiel from Ruislip Middlesex HA422 Apr 2019

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