• Species: Alexandrine (See species list for details)
  • Location: Delray Beach, FL, Florida, United States 33485
  • Date Lost: October 14, 2020
  • Banded: Yes
  • Microchipped: No


Emory has a very long very thin tail ( about 14 inches)a large bright maroon beak, a ring that looks like a black bow tie in the front with hot pink at the back of his neck, his body is shades of green, his head is iridescent green, he has maroon marking on his shoulders. When lost he was in perfect feather and a strong flier. He talks a little ( good morning , hello ) but he has a stress call that sound like a smoke alarm. If you hear a one note shrill sound like a smoke alarm PLEASE FOLLOW THE SOUND. When stressed he will scream his alarm sound repeatedly. He was last seen flying high right above Aspen Ridge off of Sims Rd. Emory is sweet , smart and very shy. He will be very curious about all the new things and he will Cautious. His favorite bribe food is almost anything but he LOVE plain low salt popcorn, He would fly to the ground for popcorn – also LOVES APPLE SLICES. He is Loved by his flock friends and by ME. Please help Lynne 281-755-7050
There is a reward for his safe return ( even for leads to his safe return ).

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