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Stolen Parrot

ALERT - STOLEN PARROT

NOW FOUND AND BACK HOME WITH HIS OWNER!!

Good news - Jasper has been found and is now back with his owner; police investigations are still continuing.

Sadly, Irby Pets on the Wirral had their shop burgled in the early hours of Thursday 25th February 2010 and their African Grey parrot was stolen.

Here is a brief description of the bird provided to us by Jayne from Irby Pets:

"My lovely parrot is a 10 yr old male African Grey.
He has no distinguishing marks from any other greys, he is in good condition feather wise .
He has a split ring on his right foot but I dont know the numbers on it.
A good talker ,sentences include Toni,Holly,Isla,Andy,Come on then,Sit down
and all the usual wolf whistles, phone ringing, laughing,hello and goodbye.
Sadly not chipped."

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of this bird, or you think you may know of an African Grey being offered for sale that possibly fits this description, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Jayne Smith at Irby Pets on 0151 648 3032 or your local police.

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What is The SCA?

The Society for Conservation in Aviculture (S.C.A) was formed in 1993, when a need became apparent to start to conserve avian species before they were lost forever.  The Society aims to promote and develop all species and varieties of birds kept by aviculturists, with special regard to threatened and endangered species both in the wild and in captivity.

With ever increasing demands being placed on the earth, some species of birds are becoming increasingly at risk. Action must be taken now to ensure that aviculture plays its part in the conservation of such species. Everyone can help in some way.

 Our prime concern at all times is for the future survival and welfare of all birds. The officers of the society play an active role in promoting responsible care and ownership of all birds.

 Anyone who has a concern for the wellbeing and future conservation of all birds should join. You do not need to be a bird keeper yourself to join. Likewise, pet bird owners or the serious aviculturalist are all welcome to join.

 

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