Parrot on the loose in Egerton

Parrot on the loose in Egerton

Parrot on the loose in Egerton

First published in News

A parrot has been spotted in a garden in Egerton.

The bird was seen by Yvonne Sutcliffe in the back garden of her house in Water Street.

She said: “I am used to seeing lots of birds coming to eat from the feeder in my garden, but I have never seen a parrot before, it flew off after I spotted it.”

She described the bird as having a deep red coloured upper body and a turquoise blue lower section.

She added: “I think it is a shame if someone has lost it.”

If anyone has any information about a missing bird please contact The Bolton News on 01204 537243.

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7:14pm Wed 30 Apr 14

Newonhojeel says...

I've never had a parrot in my back garden but I've had a cockatoo in my back passage.
I've never had a parrot in my back garden but I've had a cockatoo in my back passage. Newonhojeel
  • Score: 10

7:36pm Wed 30 Apr 14

A Hybrid Lord says...

Newonhojeel wrote:
I've never had a parrot in my back garden but I've had a cockatoo in my back passage.
Lol!
[quote][p][bold]Newonhojeel[/bold] wrote: I've never had a parrot in my back garden but I've had a cockatoo in my back passage.[/p][/quote]Lol! A Hybrid Lord
  • Score: 4

10:08pm Wed 30 Apr 14

Citizen Cane says...

Nobody has lost a parrot, this is hard evidence of global warming. Just like the banana plantations up Belmont.
Nobody has lost a parrot, this is hard evidence of global warming. Just like the banana plantations up Belmont. Citizen Cane
  • Score: 3

10:59pm Wed 30 Apr 14

I, Ludicrous says...

"Parrot on the loose in Egerton" So beware, Egertonians with a snooker table. What sort of **** news is that?
"Parrot on the loose in Egerton" So beware, Egertonians with a snooker table. What sort of **** news is that? I, Ludicrous
  • Score: 5

10:30am Thu 1 May 14

Jim271 says...

Its escaped from the pet shop in Notlob.
Its escaped from the pet shop in Notlob. Jim271
  • Score: 2

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