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Who We Are Miss Vicki’s Parrot Village is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3), non-profit parrot rescue that is licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. We are located approximately 15 miles south of Atlanta. We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home parrots of all…


Adoption Process

Each bird here at “The Village” has a story. That story determines what type of person or family the bird will be happiest with. In order to do our best to ensure that your home will be a proper fit…



Q: What amenities are included in the daily boarding fee? A: We supply a cage of appropriate size, a morning meal of fresh fruits, vegetables, and grains, an afternoon meal of pelleted food and seeds (we have Harrisons, Volkman’s and…



Your gift helps fund a full range of services for rescued birds including food, shelter, toys, veterinary care, insurance, transportation, cages, play areas, and more. 100% of all donations go directly to the birds. Even $1.00 will provide a fresh pomegranate…

100% of all donations go directly to the birds...

If you would like to contribute by Paypal, please click the button to the right. Even $1.00 will provide a fresh pomegranate…a favorite treat around here!

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Recent News

The phone I have had since the beginning of The Village has been put to rest. She finally passed, with little dignity I might add!
The saddest part of this is that my phone was the main source of music for the birds. We have small radios here, but they don't work well, so I moved my phone from room to room.

I had the iPhone 4 and had to upgrade to the 5c, which won't fit into the stereo dock, so the birds are without music. If you have an old iPod/iPhone dock that works with the 5c and would like to donate it or sell it cheap, please contact me. The birds love their music, and I don't think they are going to tolerate my "You are my sunshine..." for very long!

Thank you!
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Sunday July 20th, 2014 - 3:37 pm

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Tang Time was very enjoyable tonight. Echo, Oliver, and Powder were the focal birds, and two of the three may have homes pretty soon! ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday July 17th, 2014 - 10:27 pm

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Here is an update on our Mr. Jeb Stuart! He looks great! ... See MoreSee Less

Jeb Stuart is a smart, funny, social Congo African Grey who happens to be dealing with the fungal disease aspergillosis (please do NOT feed your parrots peanuts). Twice a day he has to have nebulizer treatments. The most effective nebulizer machine we could find happened to be a purple dinosaur. Jeb seems to be developing quite a relationship with his lifesaving medical equipment!

Thursday July 17th, 2014 - 10:25 pm

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If you are near Emory, specifically in the area of 1593 North Decatur Road, Atlanta, please stop by the Slice & Pint for, well, a slice and a pint!
They found a green cheek conure at their fountain and brought him here. They named him Hops, so Hops it is! The search is on for his family.
Tell them "Thank You!" for saving the little guy!
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Tuesday July 15th, 2014 - 3:08 pm

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Hear what others had to say

I can't imagine a better "stop" along the way to finding a new home than Miss Vicki's and her crew! I've seen first hand who she is and what she does! Thank you all!

- Janet Holt Hilton

100% applause. This is my dream and someone else is livin it! Awesome job! I wish I had millions to help. I loved the feathered friends!

- Yancy K Quinn

One of the most tightly run clean and caring rescues I have ever had the pleasure to visit. Highly recommend for advice or adoption!

- Dia Frost

A joy to be in such a wonderful, happy bird place. If you have never visited, and are interested in adopting a wonderful bird who is waiting for a new home, make plans to go!!

- Janelle Tait Kovner

Your gift helps fund a full range of services for rescued birds including food, shelter, toys, veterinary care, insurance, transportation, cages, play areas, and more.

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