A NOTE FROM THE OWNER
Every year thousands of pet birds are abused, neglected, and abandoned. Many people purchase a pet bird because they want a unique pet, but fail to research what it takes to provide these amazing creatures the necessary care they need to thrive in captivity. We dedicate our time and energy to helping to rebuild trusting relationships with unwanted, abandoned, abused, and neglected pet birds and give them a loving forever home. We do not breed, buy or sell our rescue birds. Our primary goal is to provide a second chance and lots of love for these birds.
Meet Our Birds
The hyacinth macaw is the largest of all parrots. Originally from Brazil, Paragua and Bolivia, the hyacinth is the “Great Dane” of companion birds. This is Bubba and his Mom Cherise who visits him nearly every day. Read more HERE
Moluccans are also called salmon-crested cockatoos because of the salmon-pink feathers that comprise most of their head crest, which they will display when they are excited, angry, afraid, or thrilled with something. We have two living at the Perch. Read more HERE
Mango + Bebe
Sun Conure + Nanday Conure
Mango is a Sun Conure a medium-sized brightly colored parrot native to Northeastern South America. Bebe is a Nanday Conure they are affectionate toward their owners and talented talkers, capable of learning several words and short phrases. More about Mango HERE
He likes to say I love you and night night. Loves to be outside unless it’s raining!
Rose Breasted Cockatoo
Sharkey is super sweet and loves to have his head rubbed. He loves to sing and dance and gets super excited over pizza crust.
Aggie + Phyllis
Yellow Naped Amazons
Yellow-naped amazons are highly sought after for their talking ability and playful personalities.
They are a very noisy bird making a variety of loud cracking and shrieking sounds, including a loud kraa-aak. Watch Courtney dance HERE
White Headed Amazon
Fred loves pistachios and taking baths.
Green Wing Macaw
Bogey is probably our biggest talker at the Perch, and he’s known to blow kisses too!
Blue and Gold Macaw
Maggie came to us a year ago, she is 46 years old! She loves dancing to music and swings back-and-forth. More about Maggie HERE
Hercules was our first bird from the Arizona exotic bird rescue.
He likes to sing and dance with all the customers. He has all of the servers trained when he screams they bring him fruit.