Reporting Bird Abuse or Neglect , Australia “LET BIRDS FLY!”

Reporting Bird Abuse or Neglect , Australia

lorikeets etc in box at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne 2014

lorikeets etc in box at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne 2014

Parrot Abuse is highly common in Australia.

Below are just few pictures of the thousands if not millions of birds suffering all over Australia. Australians own more birds than any other companion animal.

Green parrots with no food at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

Green parrots with no food at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

 

 

 

 

 

Parrot abuse and/or neglect can occur anywhere these birds are kept or displayed – pet shops and other retail stores, breeding facilities, bird retailers, private homes, hotels,

crimson rosella in rusty cages at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

crimson rosella in rusty cages at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

restaurants, rescue facilities, veterinary offices, schools, nursing homes, zoos, exhibits, performance venues, and in laboratories.

Australia needs laws to protect the welfare and sanity of Companion Birds and to prosecute those in breach of bird welfare. Breeders should be banned- there are so many parrots who need to be adopted by caring and empathetic people of parrots.

Please contact parrotproductions@live.com.au or 0413 530 419 (Australia) if you see abuse of parrots or parrots living miserably and NOT BEING ABLE TO FLY!!!

More information of a reputable USA based Avian Welfare organisation at http://www.avianwelfare.org/action/report.htm .

eclectus in tight box $4000 at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

eclectus in tight box $4000 at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

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