Looking for some ADVICE.  Thinking of REHOMING. Wanting to ADOPT.
Look no further, All Star Parrots is here to help with all aspects of parrot welfare and care.


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Registered charity 1176640

All Star Parrot Rescue and Rehoming is a non-profit making charity which is run by five Directors.

We are committed and passionate about parrots. we are parrot owners ourselves with a wealth of experience and various levels of knowledge. Between the ASP team our knowledge is vast we know a little of everything. We are not claiming to be experts. However, our experiences have taught as much over the years. ASP are here to help you however we can.

The aim of ‘ASP’ is to take in unwanted parrots, to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome. We will never turn a bird away regardless of health, condition, age or behavioural problem. Most parrots that are surrendered into our care come from loving homes; a change of circumstances leads to the need to be rehomed.’ASP’ has a network of registered safe houses and welfare officers throughout the UK.
We are made up of home-based volunteers. Without their support and care we would not be able to do our jobs. To these we are truly thankful for their continuous hard work and help; day or night. We receive no form of income for our work.
We rely on donations and fundraising to cover our veterinary and running costs. If you would like to make a donation you can do so via bank transfer or paypal. Details are below.
All  Directors of ASP, will do their up most within their capability to put the bird’s health and welfare first and foremost. If we are unable to help we will contact other established charities / rescues to ask for their assistance. In turn we will help others where possible.
Our human race is accountable for bringing these amazing birds from the wild into our homes. As parrot charities we need to work together to give these birds the best we can.

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We have a monthly charity blog with our friends at Northern Parrots
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The information contained in this website is provided by All Star Parrot Rescue and Rehoming.

This is for general information purposes only. While we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct; we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.

All Star Parrots makes no representations warranties of any kind, expresses or implied. We offer advice based on experience and do not consider ourselves professionals. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website. Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of All Star Parrots. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites.

 Any inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them. Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly. All Star Parrots takes no responsibility for, and will not be liable for, the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.  All Star parrots are not vets.

If you have medical problems contact your Avian Vet immediately. If you need help finding your nearest vet or recommendation we can help you. We hope you find our website informative and educational in all aspects in the parrot world. All Star Parrot Rescue and Rehoming 


1 month ago

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We would like to wish you all a very happy and safe Easter 2020
Please do remember to #StayAtHomeSaveLives
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2 months ago

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www.facebook.com/1528849369/posts/10221504989363981/?d=nSucedió en Caracas… Guacamayas visitan a los humanos que se encuentran en cuarentena. See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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With everyone self isolating time can go slowly and boredom can quickly take over especially for the kids.
To help we have shared some colour and activity sheets that can be printed off free.
We would love to see your creative masterpieces shared on our Facebook groups.
Keep safe everyone
From the All Star Parrots Team
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2 months ago

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Due to the unprecedented pandemic of COVID19 we have decided to postpone the
All Star Parrots Rescue and Rehoming
Annual Charity Review.

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2 months ago

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Are you sexually frustrating your parrot?

For thousands of years, we humans have been used to the kind of pet that sees grooming over most of their body as a platonic gesture (dogs and cats). Their wild ancestors would groom each other as a bonding activity between family and good friends. This translates to a creature that accepts pats and stroking all over from others as a friendly activity. Naturally we do the same for birds too. But birds are actually more like humans – we reserve most of our permission to touch for that special Significant Other. Most of the time, we humans don’t even realise just how much we are teasing our feathered companions!

In the wild, parrots only groom each other’s heads as a platonic, friendly gesture. Almost all other touching is sexual in nature! They simply don’t allow any other flock member to touch below the neck unless it’s their bonded mate. This translates to us, too. If you’re used to petting your bird all over, you may not have the intention, but it can be psychologically damaging to the point of self destruction.

What are you really telling your bird when you pat them?
Head – We’re good friends.
Down the back – Let’s get it on baby!
Tail and vent – You make me horny! Let’s make love!
Belly and under wings – You’re my soulmate, let’s start a family ❤
Feet – Neutral (no message)

It’s no wonder some birds start tearing all their feathers out in pure frustration from the signals we are sending them! Sexual frustration is the number one behaviour problem we see and it leads to a lot of issues: self mutilation, screaming, biting, territorial and nesting behaviour, and this ongoing spiral of unwanted behaviour is then the number one cause of rehoming, too.

Please be more mindful of the signals you accidentally send your bird. Your touch can mean a whole lot more than you realise! See MoreSee Less

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