Eastern Cape

Hi, Eastern Cape residents!

Here are some of the parrots in our system that are currently in foster care and seeking their new forever families.

You can start by completing an adoption application (see buttons below). We try to avoid inter-provincial travel unless we really struggle to find a home in the original region, so this page is dedicated to applicants in the Eastern Cape only.

Please kindly note that we are a volunteer-run organization so it might take some time for us to get to your application, especially because we are currently trying to work through a backlog that has occurred as well. 

Want to know more about the permit requirements for Indian Ring neck Parakeets? Read our Blog post on the subject.

Hiccup

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Yellow Collared Macaw (Special Needs)

Status: Sponsorable

Adoption adviser: Marianka’

Coco

Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape

Indian Ringneck (invasive Species Permit Required)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Marianka T

Kowalski

Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape

Congo African Grey

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Marianka

Ravi

Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape

Indian Ringneck (Invasive species permit required)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Marianka

Kabous

Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape

Congo African Grey (seeking experienced owner)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Marianka T

Emma (& Lily)

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Budgie (Disabled)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Danielle H

Lily (& Emma)

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Budgie (bonded pair)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Danielle H

Pearl (& Neels)

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Cockatiel ( can be adopted separately)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Adele’

Neels (& Pearl)

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Cockatiel (Can be adopted separately)

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Adele’

Kio

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Peach Fronted Conure

Status: Sponsorable

Adoption adviser: Adele’

dotty

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Peach Fronted Conure

Status: Available

Adoption adviser: Adele’

Charlie

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Eclectus

Status: Sponsorable

Adoption adviser: Adele’

Lola

Gqberha, Eastern Cape

Rainbow Lorikeet

Status: Sponsorable

Adoption adviser: Danielle

Getting Involved

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Spotlight on: Lily & Emma

The two brightest budgies are looking for their forever home. They are both females. As far as noise goes, they are very quiet budgies. Their diet includes chop (finely chopped vegetables), Nature’s Nest complete pellets, and a sprinkle of a healthy seed. Emma has one leg which sticks out towards the side. This is due to an old break. She is in no pain.