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There's a lost Lovie in our area! :eek: I saw a flier at the gas station near our house, and would love to help find the little guy. Winters here are brutal, and it's starting to get cold at night.

Is there anything I can do to attract a lovebird's attention? I have no way of knowing if the bird is even still in the area, but just in case...

Any ideas?
 

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Try playing a youtube video or a recording of a lovebird chirping and making noise, see if that gets his attention! You can also try putting a cage with a little food outside too
 

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We have had lots of success recovering lost birds by placing a cage with millet and seeds outside, as well as a recording of other similar birds as Jenny said. I also place a small mirror in the cage with the food (not sure if it really helps but I figure it attracts them).
I hope you can help to find it!
 

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Oh poor little thing.
The owners must be very upset, I know what it's like to lose a pet. Not knowing might be the worst part.

Hopefully it's tame.

Play lovebird noises and call out to it.
When it gets hungry and cold it may come down for food.

I wish someone as thoughtful as you would put in the time to help me find my little budgie :(

Good luck.
 

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Oh poor little thing.
The owners must be very upset, I know what it's like to lose a pet. Not knowing might be the worst part.

Hopefully it's tame.

Play lovebird noises and call out to it.
When it gets hungry and cold it may come down for food.

I wish someone as thoughtful as you would put in the time to help me find my little budgie :(

Good luck.
They said that it might land on your shoulder, so I'm guessing that it's tame :p No signs of it yet though. :(
 
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