Trimley Resident Embarks on Community-Driven Quest to Recover Her Lost Parrots

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Trimley Resident Embarks on Community-Driven Quest to Recover Her Lost Parrots

Last Updated on July 18, 2023 by Fumipets

Trimley Resident Embarks on Community-Driven Quest to Recover Her Lost Parrots

 

Community Call to Action: Woman Appeals for Help to Find Her Missing Parrots in Trimley

In the close-knit community of Trimley, one resident’s plea for help echoes around the village. Helen Beresford is asking her neighbors to lend a hand (and an ear) to reunite her with her two beloved parrots who have recently gone astray.

A Flock’s Flight to Freedom: The Tale of Four Parrots

The saga began three weeks ago when a quartet of Beresford’s parrots seized an opportunity to explore beyond the confines of their Trimley High Road residence. Nestled close to the village green, the site of Trimley’s annual Christmas tree display, Beresford’s home was suddenly missing four colorful, feathered inhabitants.

Return of Halo and Hydra: Two Parrots Down, Two to Go

In a partial triumph, two of the winged adventurers, Halo and Hydra, have been successfully recovered. However, Beresford’s parrot family remains incomplete. The hunt for Merlin and Astra, the remaining pair, is ongoing.

Merlin, a dark green parrot with striking dark red tail feathers, and Astra, light green with vibrant yellow and red plumage and light red tail feathers, are both identifiable by leg bands carrying Beresford’s phone number.

Harnessing the Power of Community and Birdsong in the Search

Beresford remains hopeful for a joyful reunion with her feathered friends. Social media alerts on Facebook played a crucial role in the recovery of Halo and Hydra, and she hopes the same strategy will help locate Merlin and Astra.

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Birdsong as a Beacon: A Unique Strategy to Bring the Parrots Home

If anyone spots the colorful birds, Beresford suggests a unique approach to attract them – playing the birdsong of green-cheeked conures through a mobile phone to encourage the parrots to follow the sound.

Recognizing some might be apprehensive about inviting birds into their homes, Beresford urges those who spot Astra or Merlin to contact her directly at 07961 290489.


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