I am still fostering 2 male cockatiels from Toms River New Jersey area
they are both normal greys June and Sept 2007, in addition I am
fostering one female normal grey from Takoma Park Maryland area she is
banded August of 2007, one male from Darby Pa area September 2007, one
male from Howard County Md. May 2008 area and one male from
Conshohocken Pa May of 2007,area they are all normal grey males and
they were found between June to September of 2007 Please feel free to
email with questions and pictures would be nice if you have any.
Would love to see these little ones find their families, if not they
will remain here with much love, they are all very personable in their
My email address is [featheredfriend (AT) zoominternet. net].
Sorry to say that neither of the males from Toms River New Jersey are
Paulie the reported lost cockatiel from Toms River.
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FOUND: NJ, Toms River, Cockatiel, Sept. 14.07
Found Cockatiel in Tom's River New Jersey on Sept. 14, 07 young, grey
body but not a normal grey, need to describe the face to claim, I am
pretty sure it is a female by behavior, the finder is not a bird
person and no one so far has stepped up to claim him/her, so I am
fostering this little baby in Maryland until the family can claim
her/him. The family may think it is a male so I will entertain any
descriptions for a male/female that fits, if you have pictures all
the better. contact me at my email address please:
zoominternet. net.[featheredfriend (@)
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Still FOUND: NJ, Toms River, Cockatiel, Sept. 14.07
BIRDS FOUND: Cockatiels
Found: Toms River NJersey and Takoma Park Md
I still have 2 found cockatiels that I am Fostering, One
was found in Takoma Park, Maryland August 21, 2007 and the
other was found in Toms River New Jersey September 15-17th
2007, Please describe your lost baby and send a picture
if you have any, the one found in Takoma Park has a leg
band and is a female she was very ill when found and was
cared for by my avian vet she is fully recovered and ready
to go home to her family, the other has a distinguishing
sound and is a male he has taken a shining to the female.
If no one claims they will be adopted into my flock.