Lost Bird Parrot, Parakeet from Birmingham West Midlands B36
This lost Parrot, Parakeet Bird was last seen around Birmingham West Midlands B36
Reward Available for Safe Return
He was last seen in Hodge Hill, next to 9 Ventnor Avenue. He was sitting in nearby trees. He is a green parrotlet who wears a green band in one of his foot. He has a little blue colouring on his back feathers. He is small and is quite fast. He is keen to come back home as he tried coming back to the house but got confused and went the other way. He must be very hungry, thirsty and cold. I lost him at 1 PM today on the 5th March 2021. A reward of £55 if found. If you spot him please call me on 07404239937 or 07305227555. Please try to offer him so food as he will be hungry thank you
A green parrotlet (small size parrot). A little blue colouring on the back feathers. He wears a green band on one of his foot.
|Missing since||05 Apr 2021|
|Pet Listing ID||97994|
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|
|101552||Found Bird Parrot, Parakeet from Birmingham West Midlands B18||08 May 2022|
|99200||Found Bird Parrot, Parakeet from Unknown West Midlands B90||26 Jul 2021|
|98751||Found Bird Parrot, Parakeet from Wolverhampton West Midlands WV6||15 Jun 2021|
|98196||Found Bird Parrot, Parakeet from Birmingham West Midlands B11||25 Apr 2021|
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