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Welcome to A Parrot’s Perch

About Us

We are an organization located in Pierce City, Missouri. We specialize in small to medium species of parrots with the intention to rehabilitate and find permanent homes for them. We provide veterinary care for all of our parrots as well as a diverse diet and stimulating atmosphere. Parrots surrendered into the rescue, once cleared by our avian vet, will be placed in either a foster home or at the main location. This decision is based on behavioral assessment by the director.

Without the help of individuals and local businesses that support us, A Parrot’s Perch would not be where it is today. That is why we have created a dedicated Supporters page to honor those who have helped our rescue.

Our goal is to help educate the community about the large undertaking that comes with successfully living with a parrot. If you have any questions regarding behavior, nutrition, or general parrot care, feel free to visit our Bird Care page or Contact Us with any further questions.

 

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Yoda is an amazing eclectus that loves to eat and loves his foster dad. He asks for kisses, and if you want some bbq. Yoda would do best in a home with plenty of time for him that can maintain a proper eclectus diet. ... See MoreSee Less

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Both did great, Mokena was not thrilled about her blood draw and Daisy still doesn't like people but overall they both were champs today. Daisy's leg looks great, we will monitor till this weekend and then releaseb her back with her flock.

Let it be known for 2 visits in a row I, the director, have been early. That is a rarity for me!
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Waiting at the vet. Daisy for a recheck after a band injury, and Mokena for bloodwork and the works. Daisy is not social so most pictures will be blurry. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mork and Mindy hanging out with their foster mom. Mork is the most social of the two, but both are learning that she is a friend. Mork is stepping up on a regular basis now, Mindy is still considering it. Both love food, and look forward to their nightly treat of an almond sliver.

This pair must be adopted together as they are very bonded.
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