Medium Birds


Adoption donation for medium size birds is $300


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Vacca is a Yellow CollarMacaw who is sweet and loving to most everyone. He does pluck his chest and probably will not grow feathers there again. He is a quiet bird who enjoys spending time with you and getting head scratches.












Hootie is a young Nobel/Hahn’s macaw. He is hand tame and loves head scratches and time spent cuddling. 








Paco is an adult male Yellow Nape Amazon. He is tame but prefers to just hang out with you and skip the cuddles and scratches. He does have a few things to say when he feels like it.






Olive is a sweet Red Lored Amazon who was given up due to her Mom’s health. She came from a multi bird household. Her chest feathers wee over preened when she came in and very mildly plucked. She is now letting them grow back in and seems to not be preening so much. She is a sweet and gentle soul once she gets to know you.***PENDING ADOPTION***





Kermit came to us via Animal Control. He is new to our facility and we are trying to get to know him. He is a bit standoffish but shows no sign of aggression. We will update as we get to know him better.***ADOPTED***






Popeye came in when his Mom could no longer care for him. He is a bit picky about being touched but will step up. He was on an all seed diet but has converted to pellet quickly.***ADOPTED***




Mr. Pepper

Sammy is an Mexican Redhead Amazon who is tame and a bit timid. He does have some toe that are not perfect and he needs to step onto a broad surface to keep his balance. He is a total love sponge once he gets to know you.  






Mr. Pepper is a wild caught Orangewing Amazon. He is tame but only steps onto an arm with a long sleeve covering it.






Mike is an Orange Wing Amazon.  He is new to our facility and we are still getting to know him. Mike has a lot to say, he enjoys playing with his toys roughly and hanging from the top of his cage and swinging. ***ADOPTED***



Neil Armstrong


Neil Armstrong is a 46 yr old Orangewing Amazon. He came to us when his Dad became unable to care for him due to health issues. He spent his entire life with his Dad. He was on a full seed diet when he came in and has some fatty liver disease going on from the poor diet but the rest of his blood work was normal. We now have him Nutri-Berry Senior pellet berry which contains milk thistle and dandelion root to help reduce the fat in his liver. He is a bit shy but is sweet once he gets to know you. He is looking for a quiet home to call his own. Neil is growing new feathers!***ADOPTED***







Michael is a beautiful Blue print Amazon whose human died. he has come to live with us until he finds a new human. Michael is tame but must trust you.


Bob Gigi

Bob & Gigi are a bonded pair of Yellow Nape Amazons. They are not tame, though they did interact with their Dad according to family. They show great potential to be companions but will need some time and patience and an experienced Amazon person to work with them.










Sunshine is an adult Red-Lored Amazon who is a total sweetheart. She will bring much sunshine to her new family.










Nakita is a totally awesome Yellow Nape Amazon. He is NOT tame and has no desire to be. He does however love attention in the form of talking to him. He lost 1 foot to an injury many yrs. ago. He lives in a smaller cage due to frequent falls when he was in a larger cage. He is the perfect bird for companionship and to combat loneliness!


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Bronzy is an adult Bronze Wing Pionus. He shares his life with Azzie, a Sun Conure, and they must be adopted together. Bronzy is afraid of hands while his buddy Azzie is happy to hop up on your hand and get head scratches.






Squeak is an adult, male Maximillion Pionus. 




Lexi is a sweet Jardines Parrot. He enjoys head scratches and cuddles. His Mom died and he did not like his Dad, so we are not sure if he doesn’t care for men in general. He willingly steps up to women. This is him on intake and his beak is overgrown. This type of beak deformity will need regular trims performed by a vet. Most vets are fairly inexpensive for beak trims.

Parrot Outreach Society reserves the right to refuse an adoption at its sole discretion. This can happen at any point during the adoption process.
























































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