Birds for Adoption

If you are interested in providing a home for any of these birds, please fill out our adoption application.

Smeagol - Lesser Sulphur Cockatoo



Hello, I’m Smeagol a gorgeous lesser sulphur crested cockatoo. My age is unknown but I think I’m in my 20’s.

I am looking for a home with a female owner who can shower me with attention and love. It would be best if you have significant experience with parrots as us cockatoos can be a handful, that being said I will make a fantastic companion for the right person.

Nothing makes me happier that being given space to walk about and destroy things. You’ll need plenty of toys to keep me entertained. I already enjoy a varied and balanced diet which I would like to be kept up.

If you think you can provide me with a great home, lots of attention, toys and good food then please complete an adoption application under ‘Ways to Help’ and one of the humans from Parrot Trust Scotland will get in touch.

Posted by IainPTS on 2020-08-10

Amazon - Yannis



Hello, I am Yannis. I am a 10 year old double yellow headed amazon who is looking for a forever home.

Like most parrots I love getting up to mischief and destruction. I love a good choice of toys that I can destroy to keep me busy. I’m a bit of a water baby and will happily be sprayed or dunk myself in my water dish.

I ideally need someone with significant experience with parrots who can understand my behaviour. I will need to keep up my regular check-ups with my avian vet and keep up with my great sleeping routine and diet to help manage my behaviour. I will need a home where I am the only animal and there are no children.

If you think you can offer me a good home, where I can be myself but also have the patience to work with me, then please complete an application form under ‘ways to help’ and one of the folks from Parrot Trust Scotland will get in touch.

Posted by IainPTS on 2020-06-30

Amazon - Ben



Hello, I’m Ben. I’m a handsome, 16 year old, Blue Fronted Amazon.

I had an unfortunate start to my life but luckily found a family who love me and care for me. Unfortunately, however, I have not forgotten my past and as a result find it difficult to trust females. Because of this I am now looking for a male only home where I can keep up with my current routine.

I like waking up to a nice fresh breakfast and then getting to spend the rest of the day outside the cage watching the world go by and wait for my evening meal. I know when I am ready for bed and will take myself back in to my cage. I’m not so keen on being touched or handled but if you win my trust you may get to tickle my feet.

I need someone who is patient and willing to take time to earn my trust. If you think you can provide me with a good home, with plenty of out of the cage time, a UV lamp and regular check-ups with an avian vet then please complete an application and one of the folks at Parrot Trust Scotland will get in touch.

Posted by IainPTS on 2020-05-29