Macaw & Parrots
Stolen sometime between 4.30pm on Tuesday 22 March and 11am on Wednesday 23 March.
The birds are very distinctive, in looks as well as their mannerisms.
The first bird is a brightly coloured male blue and gold Macaw. This bird is unable to fly and unable to extend its left wing fully. This bird is fully feathered and will bob its head up and down.
The second is a male Timneh Grey Parrot, slightly smaller than normal. The feathers under the tail are maroon in colour. Its left eye is missing and may have a few feathers missing from its head and chest. This parrot likes to whistle and is aggressive towards people.
The last parrot if a male African Grey, This bird is very similar in appearance to the Timneh Grey, However bigger in size. There will be red feathers underneath its tail.