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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…

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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…

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Boarding

Q: What amenities are included in the daily boarding donation? 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 and Zupreem…

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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

Thursday May 28th, 2015 - 8:05 pm

A non-profit helping you make money? Really? You bet!

Our fundraiser will be here on June 27...more info to follow, but you don't have to wait until then or even live nearby. Beginning early June, we will host an online yard sale that will run through the month. If you would like to participate, you are welcome to do so.

Here's how...
Take photos of your items, one at a time, and accurately describe each item in the photo description, include measurements, condition, and of course the price. Note in the description how much of the selling price you are pledging to donate to the Miss Vicki's Parrot Village. When the item sells, you collect payment via PayPal and ship the item or arrange pick up if the person is in your area. You can donate 10% or even up to 100% of each sale and make some money for yourself, if you so choose. It is all part of The Village concept of helping the community help us help the birds.
If you live in the Atlanta Metro and have items you no longer need but don't want to hassle with shipping, you are welcome to give them to us as a tax-deductible donation to the rescue; we will even arrange pick ups whenever possible. Nothing goes to waste here. We either use it, recycle it, re-donate it, alter it, sell it, etc, and the tax benefits are the same as donating the items to Goodwill. Win Win!

For more information, please email me at vicki@parrotvillage.org
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Amber KobeltSounds like a plan! I have some serious downsizing to do!37 minutes ago

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Wednesday May 27th, 2015 - 9:03 am

Please be on the lookout for PayPal invoices if you have not paid for food, cages, and/or boarding. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday May 26th, 2015 - 11:12 pm

Angel is a very special Moluccan. She has deformed legs and hips, so she can't perch and move like normal. I made a play station for her in the playroom so she could feel like one of the flock. I think she likes it! ... See MoreSee Less

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Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncWell, this is the sort of thing I am doing when I should probably be answering emails, but when the creative urge strikes, a girl has gotta do what a girl has gotta do!
Cornelia Lemke, thank you for the Dropcam! I will put it on her and Chief :-) Normally, we don't keep the macaws any where near the powdery birds; they have their own room, but Chief is very watchful of Angel, so we will run an extra Austin when he is in the room. Both are doing wonderfully!1   ·  21 hours ago

Mona MilfordPretty bird2 days ago

Kat FoyU r so talented2 days ago

Bonnie Cusickshe is beautiful2 days ago

Shilpi SaxenaPeterpan says : shes cute :)1   ·  2 days ago

JoAnn Sloane EnglishBless your heart! She's a beauty2 days ago

Pam JohnsonBeautiful bird, your an angel2 days ago

Tammy AkersGreat job of it!2 days ago

玲玲Lovely Angel 😇2 days ago

Janelle Tait KovnerI love her :)2 days ago

Rita Smiththats awesome2 days ago

Tammy Johnsona old elderly last we knew who past away alway took in handicape birds--she had several love birds that were sprayed legged and she made the something simular to what u have there but of course smaller2 days ago

Ann WrightAww she looks happy2 days ago

Cornelia LemkeVicki, you are truly an angel in disguise! I love what you're doing for my baby. Hope to be visiting soon. Teary-eyed ... :-)2 days ago

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Rachel GilmanBrian Duprey2 days ago

Laura CappsYou are a precious woman!!!1 day ago

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Monday May 25th, 2015 - 7:16 am

Just in case you aren't quite awake yet, let me play you a little PSA called, "Fooled Ya!"
This is one way I wake up each morning because someone thought that quiet baby conure would stay that way. Nope!
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Jackie EglandCoco would like to audition for a place in your chorus!1   ·  4 days ago

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncI love their noise, which may mean why other rescues send us theirs! I just wish everyone could appreciate it or at least learn what it is before buying them at the store :(9   ·  4 days ago

Rebekah RabinowitzIt's not the nirds - we know what a conure does. But those babies at the bird fair or the pet store that are so sweet and quiet WILL start to "conure" (my word for the conure call) in a few years and they have NO idea. I wish we could have an education booth at a bird fair with info on the tendencies each kind of birds, including examples like this, along with a Moluccan and maybe some photos of destruction. That way they can learn and be given a MVPV card and told they should stop by and check them out. People are just not educated on birds and since we can't stop them we can educate and guide them. SOME surrendered birds have behavior issues but so many are good birds who outlived their family or the family moved or someone got sick and people don't know that. I just LOVE when retired people buy a BABY Green Wing Macaw, I think that's just a brilliant plan (that's sarcasm).4   ·  4 days ago

Tricia DixonQuiet and Conure; who dares to put those two words in one sentence?3   ·  4 days ago

Nancy WalkerSounds like my morning alarm clock except hers is accompanied by her clanging one of her avian stainless toys just to make sure I know it is time to get up - mine is a green cheek conure. When I come into the living room the Pionus boys all look at me 'like mom make her shut up'3   ·  3 days ago

Scott WolkoffAnyone that thinks any conure is a quiet bird...should do a bit more research before getting a bird...lol...its like saying a Cockatoo never ever scream...lmao2   ·  3 days ago

Tricia BlankenshipI would never trade my sun conure's noises for quiet. She is a better driveway alarm than the dogs!2   ·  4 days ago

Tricia DixonThat's the ticket; know ahead of time what your ears will be up against. I'm so happy for all Conures that there are folks who don't mind. I'm sorry but I know I could not live with one. I know my limitations.1   ·  3 days ago

Tricia DixonSherry I know exactly what you mean. My Senegal used to be baby sat by a Conure owner. He can do it perfectly. Luckily it has been enough years now since he's been with me, I rarely hear it. I know folks love their Conures but to my ears, they are THE MOST annoying birds, voice wise.1   ·  3 days ago

Janelle CalhounBut you knew it was a conure, right?......1   ·  4 days ago

Deanna HolmesMy conure was listening to this. He knew it was a conure.1   ·  4 days ago

Chris GeeTake this guy and add 5 quakers, a nanday, a bcc, two green cheeks and a white eyed conure - this is nothing compared to what I hear in the morning -1   ·  2 days ago

Sherry Morgan RitterSounds just like mine too! And I have a senegal that has actually learned the sun conure flock call. He's getting so good that other than the sheer volume level, it's hard to tell them apart! :)1   ·  3 days ago

Carly BrodskyIs it bad that i love hearing their noises and screams?!
Would love to eventually have an indoor aviary with tons of conures!4 days ago

Donna WeidertNothing sounds quite like a conure! Lol! Mine only makes that sound as an alarm call. Rowan is pretty quiet, for a Sun!3 days ago

Gabrielle NewellMy sun conure appreciated this.. the other parrots, not so much lol2 days ago

Elizabeth GironMy mom's conure does the same thing when he wants to go outside.4 days ago

Kerrie CampagnaMy yellow collard macaw was screaming from downstairs , I thought he was still in his cage , he was not he was on the couch yelling at a bird outside2   ·  4 days ago

Kerrie CampagnaMorning alarm clock, people don't get it, it's a daily thing2   ·  4 days ago

Jean CastleI love the "hey Mom, its morning" sounds and the" someone strange is here" sounds too but they are why I never could move to an apartment or condo.2   ·  4 days ago

Tuyyo Juntos SiempreLol mine stay quite till he hear my foot steps then he go bananas lol1   ·  4 days ago

Sheron White HagelstonThank goodness my macs are late sleepers and just grumpy in the morning.1   ·  4 days ago

Kate WhitmireThey sound just like bad alarm clocks1   ·  4 days ago

Kerrie CampagnaMy daughter was up with him , you would of thought he was alone1   ·  4 days ago

Paula Hughes CourtKiwi was like who's that??? LOL!1   ·  4 days ago

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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

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