Feathered Friends Sanctuary and Rescue
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Cockatoos are native to Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia. All species of cockatoos are endangered in the wild, with the Moluccan, Lesser Sulphur-crested, Citron-crested, and Goffin's being the most seriously endangered of the species commonly kept as pets.

Cockatoos are extremely cuddly, affectionate, beautiful, and intelligent. They are also very emotionally complex, and improper care, diet, or stimulation can easily result in plucking or mutilation. Cockatoos are generally pretty good talkers, and they love to vocalize. They can be very noisy birds, sometimes screaming just because they like to. Owning a cockatoo requires a lot of work and can be frustrating at times, but can also be very rewarding.

Click to learn more about our current cockatoo residents!

Boo Baby BooBoo Buddy Casper
BooBoo - Moluccan BooBoo - Umbrella Buddy - Umbrella - Adopted! Casper - Umbrella - Transfer Pending!
Chilly Gil Lukie Precious
Chilly - Umbrella Gil - Umbrella - Adopted! Lukie - Umbrella Precious - Umbrella
Priscilla Sweetie Winston  
Priscilla - Citron Sweetie - Umbrella Winston - Umbrella  
*Birds in foster are currently being kept at private residences, not on FFSR premises. Special arrangements need to be made in order to meet these birds--please call FFSR during phone hours (11a-4p CST) for more information.


Success Stories
Amazons and African Greys


Cockatiels and Parakeets
Lovebirds and Parrotlets
Other Birds


FFSR is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization EIN 45-1161823.

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