All the birds on this page are available for adoption. Eclectus, check other pages for for other species.
Phone 07 54387719 for further details.
Right now all our bubs have found forever homes, and there are a few eggs hatching over the next few days. In around 4-5 weeks we will know if they are boys or girls.
So watch this space and we will post how we are going.
For the purchase of Eclectus a License required with an INTERNATIONAL amendment , for those living in Queensland.
SURRENDERING YOUR PARROT
It is always difficult to make the hard decision to surrender your parrot and Parrots In Paradise will assist you wherever possible.
If you have made the decision to surrender your parrot because of behavioural issues, we are willing to discuss this with you, in the event that a change in behaviour might change your mind.
If you have thoroughly thought this decision through and, for whatever reason, feel that it is in the best interests of the bird to be rehomed, we will do our best to help you.
Parrots In Paradise is a not for profit organisation. We receive no financial help from the government, or any other source, so we are on our own to do our best to fund the care, food and vet costs of the birds in our sanctuary in a variety of ways. Feeding the birds is our biggest expense.
Unfortunately, as a result of the COVID-19 nearly all of our previous means of raising funds are now no longer available to us, coupled by the rising costs of the food. Making it a problem, and resulting in being unable to take in birds as we used to.
We would prefer that you continue to care for your bird/s until a new home is found. In the event this is not possible and we are required to undertake to house and care for your bird/s we will need you to provide funds to pay for the food and possible veterinary care including the time and attention involved in finding a new home for the bird/s. If required, we will keep you up to date with our rehoming efforts.
We will require an initial payment of $60 per bird on surrender, with the understanding, and agreement, that should we be unable to be rehome it, further financial assistance may be required.
All birds surrendered require a current health certificate from an avian vet.