ending to search for missing parrot in Burnham-On-Sea
resident Kate Foks had an emotional rollercoaster of a day on Tuesday
(March 6th) after appealing to residents to find her missing parrot.
Green Cheek Conure parrot, called Kivi, initially escaped through
a tiny window opening at her home in Oxford Street at around mid-day
got in touch with Burnham-On-Sea.com to issue an appeal for help
and similar appeals were posted on social media.
Tuesday afternoon, a nearby resident reported the distinctive bird
was spotted in their garden and Kate quickly walked there to collect
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "I was so grateful that she had been
found and got her home and fed her. But she wasn't well and after
about two hours she passed away. It's so sad, just terrible."
thanked Burnham-On-Sea.com and those on social media who helped
find Kivi. "I'm so grateful to everyone who helped me, but
it's a sad ending."
Green Cheeked Parakeet is more commonly known as the Green Cheeked
Conure in aviculture. It is a small parrot of the long-tailed group
of the New World parrot family and is native to South America.