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More Info FOUND: FL, Orlando/Winter Park, Cockatiel ('Med. Bird'), F
Posted by: "oscarbud2" [email protected] oscarbud2
Thu Feb 14, 2008 7:47 am (PST)
Country: USA
State: Florida
City: Orlando/Winter Park area
Breed: Cockatiel
Color: Must describe....not a normal grey/white, very distinct color
and marking
Date Found: Feb-12-2008
Location Found (streets): near 50/Goldenrod
Banded?: No
Checked for Microchip with vet?: Yes
Common Saying: Too weak to sing
Distinguishing Characteristics: must describe
Medical Issues Observed: Very, very emaciated, in bad shape, being
taken well care of, veterinary advice sought
Finder Name: Claudette
Finder Phone: please email
Finder Email: Clauzilla (AT)
Comments: If bird is not claimed by rightful owners, I plan on keeping him/her. We are still not sure if bird will live. Bird hit glass window and was found at a schoolyard, very, very thin. Bird is however starting to eat well. Is tame.

Subject: Found Bird
From: [email protected]
Date: Wed, Feb 13, 2008 9:12 pm
To: [email protected]

Prev 911PA Message #36526
FOUND: FL, Orlando/Winter Park, Med. Bird, Feb.12, 08

Found Exotic Bird

Reply to: [email protected]
[comm-572143189 (AT)]
Date: 2008-Feb-12, 7:30PM EST

Found Medium Tamed Bird. Found afternoon of Feb-12-2008. Bird is in
bad shape and has most likely been out for awhile, is being well
taken care of but still may not make it. If not found today would
have died in the rain tonight. If proper owner is not found, I will
keep this bird as I have birds and know birds, that is why I was
contacted when this bird was found. Email me with what you are
missing/pics etc. Also I have been looking at past lost/found ads and
have not seen one describing this bird.

Location: Orlando/Winter Park
it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial

PostingID: 572143189

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