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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 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…

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Monday September 5th, 2016 - 10:14 am

Hello everyone out there in bird world. Star just wanted to say Hi. She is not up for adoption, since she is the feathered daughter of one of our board members. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mary FerraraHi back at you!3 weeks ago

Sarah B. Tubio EarlHello Star!3 weeks ago

Kat FoyHi Star! I actually was honored enough to meet you and see all the tricks you do!1   ·  3 weeks ago

Myra Grisham AndersonHello Star and hello Brett1   ·  3 weeks ago

Cornelia LemkeHow are Chief and Angel doing???3 weeks ago

Pam JohnsonHi3 weeks ago

Daryl JohnsonShe needs to stop picking her nose...lol1   ·  3 weeks ago

Rachel Cereghino FowlerBrett Schug!!! is that yours?3 weeks ago

Janet WhitfordHow's Maggie. I would love to see a new video when you have time. My daughter and I send Maggie hugs from Wisconsin2 weeks ago

Jackie EglandHi Star!!1 week ago

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Monday August 29th, 2016 - 11:38 pm

Brookfield Zoo
Sadly, today we mourn the loss of one of the leading spokesbirds for cockatoos and all parrots, Cookie, the 83-year-old Major Mitchell's Cockatoo of the Brookfield Zoo (Chicago, IL).
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Chicago Zoological Society staff are mourning the loss of one of Brookfield Zoo’s most beloved and well-known animals: Cookie, an 83-year-old Major Mitchell’s cockatoo. Cookie, who was certified by Guinness World Records as the oldest living parrot in 2014, died on August 27. He was the oldest resident at the zoo and the only remaining member of the original animal collection, which dates back to 1934, when the zoo first opened. Cookie lived well beyond the life expectancy for his species. He arrived at Brookfield Zoo at the age of 1 from Taronga Zoo in Australia. Over the years, Cookie’s popularity grew and he touched many people’s lives. He received many cards, letters, toys, and pictures from admirers around the world. Among his admirers is Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, a holy man and healer from Mysore, India, who founded a parrot sanctuary there. When he heard about Cookie, His Holiness and his entourage made a pilgrimage to Brookfield. The Society has set up a memorial fund at CZS.org/Cookie for those who would like to make a donation in memory of Cookie. Contributions will go directly to the Society’s Center for the Science of Animal Care and Welfare for the care, feeding, and well-being of the entire bird collection, as well as all of the animals that call Brookfield Zoo their home. Cookie will be sorely missed by staff and visitors alike.

Chicago Zoological Society staff are mourning the loss of one of Brookfield Zoo’s most beloved and well-known animals: Cookie, an 83-year-old Major Mitchell’s cockatoo. Cookie, who was certified by Guinness World Records as the oldest living parrot in 2014, died on August 27. He was the oldest resident at the zoo and the only remaining member of the original animal collection, which dates back to 1934, when the zoo first opened. Cookie lived well beyond the life expectancy for his species. He arrived at Brookfield Zoo at the age of 1 from Taronga Zoo in Australia. Over the years, Cookie’s popularity grew and he touched many people’s lives. He received many cards, letters, toys, and pictures from admirers around the world. Among his admirers is Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, a holy man and healer from Mysore, India, who founded a parrot sanctuary there. When he heard about Cookie, His Holiness and his entourage made a pilgrimage to Brookfield. The Society has set up a memorial fund at CZS.org/Cookie for those who would like to make a donation in memory of Cookie. Contributions will go directly to the Society’s Center for the Science of Animal Care and Welfare for the care, feeding, and well-being of the entire bird collection, as well as all of the animals that call Brookfield Zoo their home. Cookie will be sorely missed by staff and visitors alike.

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Judy Heffner4 weeks ago

Sylvia McGlynnRest in peace over the rainbow bridge.4 weeks ago

Rachel Cereghino Fowlerwow 83!4 weeks ago

Vicki Fagedes83, that's a life.1   ·  4 weeks ago

Bill WassermanRIP Cookie4 weeks ago

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Tuesday August 23rd, 2016 - 4:43 pm

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, Inc
It's funny to see some posts generate renewed interest months or even years after we first posted them. This one has been shared many times today. Maybe we all just need love. :-)
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I had the nail clippers and towel in my hand. She tries to sweet talk her way out of this every single time!

I had the nail clippers and towel in my hand. She tries to sweet talk her way out of this every single time!

Julie G Williams, Debbie Walk and 23 others like this

Vicki FagedesHow is King Tut?1 month ago

Holly HammondI love you too.🐥1   ·  1 month ago

Constantina ZossI love you too beautiful angel <31 month ago

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Monday August 15th, 2016 - 3:58 pm

More volunteer work this weekend by some of the Village supporters for the DeKalb birds.
The Village also donated a bunch of cages, which resulted in better housing for many of the ~300 DeKalb birds.
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Laurel von RosenvingeAwesome! I live in DeKalb county and I'd like to help out one weekend. Who do I contact?1   ·  1 month ago

Eleanor Mendiola NealBeautiful ladies with humble hearts thank you for doing what you do for the sake of the birds I thank you from the bottom of my core :)3   ·  1 month ago

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncHi Laurel von Rosenvinge, please contact Janelle Tait Kovner - she is the volunteer coordinator for the DeKalb birds.3   ·  1 month ago

Laurel von RosenvingeJanelle Tait Kovner I just sent you a message on Facebook 😊1   ·  1 month ago

Daryl JohnsonGreat work....2   ·  1 month ago

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Saturday August 13th, 2016 - 8:45 pm

Pepper Fluffybutt (CAG) enjoying his new cardboard doll house. What fun! ... See MoreSee Less

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Lisa ShubeckHow is Seymour doing?1 month ago

Cheryl KrawchukI LOVE Pepper Fluffybutt!!!!! 😀1   ·  1 month ago

Miss Vicki's Parrot Village, IncSeymour is doing great. He has a 'girlfriend' named Opey. Opey has been boarding here for several years, and they are the best of friends. I got too close to him the other day, and he bit me on the shoulder! Maybe it was because he was trying to protect me from the scary ladder I was carrying...yep, he was just being a gentleman ;-)1   ·  1 month ago

Dave MurrayWe like the pic. Our sweetheart lonnie passed and we are interestef in adopting a grey. Lonnie was my husbands girl and he is devadtsted. Would it be possible for him to talk to someone about pepper.2 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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