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Baby woodpecker? Pterodactyl? HeHe...No, just a baby Crow. Creepy and adorable, all at the same time. Raising orphans like these takes commitment NOT to speak to them, or let them see us. They imprint so easily and we wouldn't do them justice to let them get people friendly. ... See MoreSee Less
Come visit us! We are open for visits everyday 11-5, Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, and rainy days. Come feed the Emus, pet the Donkeys and meet and greet Aladar, Sully and all their friends. 3600 Lynn Ave. Castle Hayne. NC 28429. ... See MoreSee Less
Got Towels? We are currently in need of towels. If you're local and have any old towels in the house you would like to part with, we appreciate donations of large or medium sized towels. We do not have towels on the Amazon wish list, but any towels from any source, just plain regular cheap towels are much appreciated..we are not in need of any sheets, blankets or pillowcases, but specifically just towels, large or medium size. 3600 Lynn Ave. Castle Hayne. 28429Thank you for your support! ... See MoreSee Less
We didn't really have room for another Amazon but we simply couldn't say no to this bird. This beautiful bird's owner died and the information we got is that there may have been a delay before family members came into the house to care for the animals. When we picked her up she had no water, only some Cheerios and the folks communicating with us said they tried their best to do what they can, but they were afraid of the bird. Apparently that county's Animal Services unit finally came in to remove the other animals like cats and dogs, after multiple reports about them were made. Before we even got to an exam we could see how terribly anorexic this bird is, with her keelbone being so sharp it made the chest feathers protrude on her chest, indicating severe malnourishment. For nearly 2 days the bird would not eat a single bite of food on her own, regardless of the buffet of options we placed in front of her. So we tested our theory, that perhaps she was only used to junk food, and handed her a cheese stick, and sure enough she started eating that no problem. In the 2 weeks that she's been in quarantine, she has started finally eating other healthier parrot foods, not vegetables and fruits quite yet, but we'll keep working on it.She had severely overgrown toenails and the Volunteer who picked her up says he old cage was a nightmare. She also doesn't have a name, the previous owner just referred to her as Peckerface. We don't often adopt out the larger Parrots like these, but she has shown an excited interest in one of our volunteers, so this might be a volunteer adoption situation. If you're shopping on Amazon and can add a Parrot item for us, we can use some more healthy parrot foods and treats to get this bird started off right for her new life, and second chance. And feel free to give us name ideas. We believe it's a female, but won't know conclusively until we send some feathers in for testing.a.co/2YpGKWB... See MoreSee Less