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ISO cockatiel that you are rehoming (Richland)

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Hello, are you looking to rehome your cockatiel, or cockatiel pair? I would love to add another cockatiel or two to my family.
Willing to travel, meet up.
I've owned birds since I was 9yo, I've read books on birds and proper care during summer break. My grandma would teach me somethings as well along the way.
I bought 2 pearl cockatiels May 2021. This was something I was thinking about and planning for over 6 months. I let them out of their cage daily. I constructed a t post that has many spots to perch, climb, with various chew toys. I have been wanting to add another cockatiel to my flock. I have a separate cage, til the birds become use to one another and possibly all sleep in the same cage with time.

If you're thinking of sending your cockatiel(s) to a rescue, they usually want a fee to take your cockatiel(s) and possibly separate them if they are not the same sex.
We would love your cockatiel, and rest assured they will live a long, happy healthy life with us.
Thank you.

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