Mobrella Cockatoo

About

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 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 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...

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Recent News

Sunday January 25th, 2015 - 11:19 pm

Frankie and LuLu live cage free so I can work with them without too many demands. Frankie loves to interact, finally, and he has stepped up once. LuLu likes to stalk and dive bomb me when I am passing out food, but I have to feed Frankie first or she pushes him away. They have come a long way! (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Ben FlaterWould love to have you at our pet expo Feb 28th in Blairsville Ga! Kids would love the parrots! www.tristateaquariumsga.com Tried emailing you a few times, if interested please let me know.1   ·  2 days ago

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncOh, wow! That looks great! I will pass it on and see what we can do! Thank you!2 days ago

Ben FlaterThank you!1   ·  2 days ago

Bonnie Cusickthat a long way, congrads are there sucess.1   ·  2 days ago

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncThis was Frankie in August when I picked him up. He will even dance for people now, and he will 'ride' on the food and water bowls as I cary them. He is a hoot, but LuLu is one crazy pill still! lol4   ·  1 day ago

Jessica HojoAww poor Frankie! Glad he's doing so well1 day ago

Miranda Alexis BrannanQuite a recovery. That is wonderful!1 day ago

Pam JohnsonGreat story1 day ago

Lisa Kelley SchindlerLove these ringnecks!!13 hours ago

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Sunday January 25th, 2015 - 6:37 pm

Another Cockatoo arrival we had is C.C. DeGoffin. He is a very energetic male Goffin, so I could only get a photo if he was preening or sleeping! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Amber AftonomosFunny! I had a goffin named CC about 13 years ago who was stolen. :( Miss that baby.2 days ago

Kim NestiVicki I've been thinking about expanding my flock, a mutilating female Moluccan and a very hormonal male Umbrella. Both are kept separately. I want to give my male a room roommate. First question do you suggest a male or female? Second do you suggest Umbrella, Rose Breasted, Goffin, or bare eyed? No, Moluccan is not an option. My female is my first big bird I've owned and almost 18yrs years later it's been the best rollercoaster ride I've been on. I REALLY respect you taking in so many Moluccans. That's not an easy task but you have such an amazing heart. :)1   ·  2 days ago

Gwen Sessions HayesCute picture and pretty Goffin. I have one that is to some degree a feather abuser, mischievous and highly excitable. I am his (? her) 4th owner and have had him since 1991. I am estimating him to be about 31 years old since I know about when he was originally purchased. People should understand that cockatoos are harder to keep as pets due to their personalities. My African Grey is much calmer. Do your research before bringing a parrot home for a pet.1   ·  2 days ago

JoAnn Sloane EnglishLove the name!12 hours ago

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Sunday January 25th, 2015 - 12:06 pm

Our January Arrivals in Quarantine (10 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

Things always seem to work out here so that we are able to continue our mission to help Cockatoos. I had best be careful or Bombay the IRN will begin to think he is a Too, too!

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Bonnie Cusickthey sure are pretty2 days ago

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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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