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Stolen.. Senegal Parrots - West Midlands (Dudley Port area).

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A pair of breeding Senegals where stolen last night from a house in the West Midlands (Dudley Port area). These birds could now be free. If anyone has any information please contact me in the first instance.

 

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You just bet me too it! I hope these are found and found quickly, I hate when things like this happen. Please everyone keep your eyes out for any advertisements for sennies, and if there is a picture we can identify the cage too.

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The link below is primarily to help those who have lost their birds but may give you some extra clues on who else to notify:

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/topic/7831-lostfound-important-help-advice-tips%c2%a9/

 

Our forum Lost/Found Co-ordinator, Potty's Mum will be glad to help in any way she can.

You can email her by clicking on pottysmum@btinternet.com

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One sennie was spotted on Saturday, at the back of Dudley Port by the railway. The other one we heard but did not see. Since then they have not been spotted. Can we all please keep an eye out the found ads, just in case they have come down and been caught. I'm really hoping they have, the weather here is appalling for them to be out in, snow last night :(

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Update on this one.. So far the birds have not been recovered. As some of you know we had a fairly heavy covering of snow last night, so the temp has gotten colder now..

The really bad news.. A sparrowhawk was spotted today, in the same area as the sennies are believed to be.. Fingers crossed please :(

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