• Species: Macaw (See species list for details)
  • Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States 76123
  • Date Found: May 30, 2011
  • Banded: Don't Know
  • Microchipped: Don't Know
  • Contact Person: D.J. Benson
  • Phone Number: (817-361-7446)



Well, he/she flew over our house from the back yard and went across the street to one of the neighbor’s trees.  Butch and I were discussing his “calls” and we both think we have heard these calls for a few weeks.  Could this be Rico from Arlington???  You can tell from the attached photos he doesn’t look too bad and he is flying so he is not injured.  If these photos look familiar to anyone tell them to call us and hopefully we can find him again.  He is certainly cute.
D.J. Benson


On Memorial Day my husband and I came home and the neighbor’s son came over and stated that we had a parrot in our front yard’s big, oak tree. I naturally asked him if the bird was his and he said no but he is in the tree. We looked and looked and finally saw him – pretty high up – 30′ or so. Good size, green with reds/browns. I put some food out and water and the poor thing did not come down to eat/drink. I kept calling for him to come down to no avail. This a.m. the food was gone and so was the parrot. My husband heard the bird down at the end of the block, but today he looked and didn’t hear or see him.

So, if someone in our area (7909 Marsh Court, Fort Worth, TX 76123) has lost a feathered baby you could perhaps check around the neighborhood to see if the bird will respond to your voice and come home.


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