Name:   Dovely
Species:  eurasian collared dove
Age:  Hatched approx 2019
Sex:  suspected male (coos...quite a bit)
​ADOPTION FEE:    $20


This sweetie is a beautiful pied eurasian collared dove.  He's missing a few toe nails, his feathers are a bit ratty and he is a bit underweight right now.  We hope over the next few weeks with a good diet, showers and noone picking on him, that he will start to thrive.  (he was surrendered because he was housed with a pigeon who was picking on him)

Name:   Cherry
Species:  Scarlet Macaw
Age:  unknown, suspected hatch year  2012
Sex:   unknown
​ADOPTION FEE:   $1600 w/cage vet check and microchip

Cherry is a beautiful Scarlet macaw that would benefit from a household that understands positive reinforcement training and large parrot body language.  She does have the capability to step up provided she is the in the right mood and provided the right motivation.  She takes food nicely from your hand.

She seems to gravitate towards men moreso than women these days.   

*Experienced home only*


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Name:   Eligible for naming
Species:  Goffins Cockatoo
Age:  hatched 2007
Sex:   suspected male
​ADOPTION FEE:  available soon


More info coming soon 


Eligible to be named (see home page for details)


Name:  Eddie
Species:  cockatiel
Age:  Hatch year 2019
Sex:  male
ADOPTION FEE:  Available soon

Beautiful guy, very untrusting of people though.   Will require a quiet, gentle, patient home where he can be himself and learn to trust at his own pace.   


Name:  Coco and Peter
Species:  Cockatiels
Age:  unknown age
Sex:   female and male  (not known for sure for coco)
​ADOPTION FEE:  $100/pair

 

Coco is a bald pied cockatiel and her partner is a beautiful fully feathered grey boy cockatiel.  They are both not tame and they are partners so they would need to stay together.

Coco is a bit neurotic...she paces at the bottom of the cage (despite how many toys and enrichment there is available to her).

  

Name:  Oscar
Species:  Cherry Headed Conure
Age:   hatched 2007
Sex:   unknown
​ADOPTION FEE:  $700 (cage , vet check and microchip included)

Oscar is a bird that was abandoned to a foster home over 10 years ago.  He was nice to the gentleman in the house until he served his country and came home.  Oscar never forgave.  He likes sunflower seeds, so we are working at developing trust through treats so we can establish a relationship with him.  

​A bird rehabilitation and re-homing center based in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Meika’s Safehouse provides a safe and loving environment for birds in need. We work primarily with parrots but all species of companion or pet birds are welcomed.

When birds are surrendered into our care, we fully assess the bird’s overall health and start some training as appropriate. Most of the birds have not been abused, but because of the level of intelligence they possess, they are often under significant emotional stress when they are relinquished. Birds that have been mistreated emotionally or physically require more rehabilitation and may never be suitable for re-homing.

When we determine a bird is ready to be rehomed, much care and consideration is put into selecting an appropriate home.  When we are able to match a bird with a new family, in most cases, he or she will be adopted out with a cage suitable, as well as the toys and favourite items the bird has grown accustomed to. We also provide a current health certificate, and  microchip most birds before they leave our care.


Our desire is to see the birds that leave our care succeed in their new home, and we are always here to provide advice and assistance. To see the birds we currently have available for adoption, please see below. 


To download our adoption application form and guidelines, click here.

To donate to Meika's Safehouse, Click Here.


Name:  8 Finches
Species:  Zebra finches
Age:  unknown
Sex:   mostly males, some females
adoption fee:   $5


 8 white zebra finches available to adopt.  6 males, 2 females 



Name:   Squash (and Papaya - not shown)
Species:  Lovebirds
Age:  squash hatched 2010 and papaya 2015
Sex:  suspected females (but unsure)
​ADOPTION FEE:   available soon


​Squash is a pied lovebird and Papaya is a peach faced lovebird, both quite cute and comical.  Squash is the sweetest and would never hurt a fly.  She steps up and is comfortable being handled.  Papaya also likes to be around people however she does have a nippy side to her.  Papaya is known to chatter, say a few things and laugh in context when things are funny.



Name:  Zazzu
Species:  Sun parakeet
Age:  hatched 2003
Sex:  Suspected male
​ADOPTION FEE:   $800 w/ cage, vet check and microchip


Zazzu is a beautiful Sun Parakeet that loves fly around and land on your shoulder.  He likes head scritches and is quite friendly.  He LOVES travelling around in your shirt while you're puttering around the house.  He gives decent body language when he is not prepared to step up so you can avoid a nip, you just need to be attentive to it.  He does a typical Sun Parakeet call every day, multiple times a day, so he would not be suitable for apartment living or if you suffer from regular headaches.  

Name:  Buddy
Species:  double Yellow headed Amazon
Age:  Hatched Approx 1990's
Sex:  unknown (suspected male)
​ADOPTION FEE:  $ 1000  includes cage  vet check and microchip


Buddy is a beautiful amazon parrot who would do well in an all adult home.  He can be noisy if something is bothering him and he can attack quickly if you are not paying attention to his very clear body language.  Buddy is suitable for an experienced home only.  

Not suitable for a home with children


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***Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the close quarters of our bird room, we are limiting visitation to the birds in care until further notice.  They are still visible though the windows, we just can't have more than 1 person in the room at a time****Also, we cannot do house visits at this time until the threat of the virus is lower, so adoptions on medium and large birds are postponed until further notice.  We are accepting applications to get the process started though. ****

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Name:   Papaya
Species:  Peach Faced lovebird
Age:  HATCHED 2015
Sex:   SUSPECTED FEMALE (UNSURE)
​ADOPTION FEE:  AVAILABLE SOON


​This little one is friends with Squash, the other lovebird we have in foster care.  She is quite social however she does bite.  She would do well with clicker training as she is very smart.  She does speak saying Hi, Hi baby, Kisses and laughs!  

Name:  Pickle
Species:  Yellow Crowned Amazon
Age: unknown suspected hatch year 2010
Sex:  unknown
​ADOPTION FEE:   $1300 w/cage vet check and microchip

Very talkative, steps up on her own terms, stays put on a stand.  (more info will be posted as we get to know her.)  Not suitable for a home with children.   If she has his mind set that she doesn't like you, she will fly to attack.  This bird will have to choose you to be a good match.  

There was very little information about her when we went to pick her up.  We are unsure of her age, we were told her hatch year was 2010, but cannot guarantee this, we were also told her name was Lulu, but she says "Step up Pickle, Hi Pickle" so we believe her name is Pickle.  

"Up up up up up up up up, Good boy, Be a good Boy, Hi Pretty Girl, Hello" - Does swear.  

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BIRDS AVAILABLE TO ADOPT

Name:  Smoke and Sky
Species:  Indian ringnecks
Age:  unknown (young pair possibly hatched 2013)
Sex: female and male
​ADOPTION FEE:  $950 w/ cage vet check and microchips


We have a pair of Blue and Grey Indian Ringnecks.   blue female, grey male - not the ones in the picture 

These were breeders in their previous home, they are wild, scared of people but love each other very much.  Where one goes the other must follow, they preen each other, sleep next to each other and get stressed when separated.    

Name:   6
Species:  budgies
Age:  unknown
Sex:  males and females 
​ADOPTION FEE:   $15  


Budgies various ages.   Mostly not tame.  There's a couple in there that will step up if you give them a chance to settle in and trust.  


Eligible to be named (see home page for details)


Name:      kiwi
Species: lovebird 
Age:     unknown
Sex:    suspected feMale
​ADOPTION FEE:  Available soon


Say Hi to Kiwi the little firecracker!  (more info to follow)  Surrendered because she lands on former guardian and bites her.  

Periodically, we are asked to hand raise baby birds. When old enough, these are also available for adoption. To see birds that may be available, click here.

Name:   Tango
Species:  Indian Ringneck
Age:   Hatch Year 2013
Sex:   female
​ADOPTION FEE:    $650 w/cage vet check and microchip


 Tango is a nervous girl who plucks her feathers and has for many many years (since before  we've met her).  She doesn't talk but will step up and settle in a calm environment.   She requires a soft spoken quiet home and would do better without any dogs or cats.  She does get along with some other birds.  She has a high pitched call that she makes when she wants to know where you are or if she's scared.  Not suitable for apartment living.  

Name:   Buddy
Species: Congo African Grey
Age:  Hatched in 1993
Sex:   suspected male       
​ADOPTION FEE:  $1100 W/cage, vet check and microchip


Buddy is an older African Grey with a touchy personality.  He is not one to be pushed around, the relationship has to develop on his terms and at his pace.  He is blind in one eye from an encounter with a dog in one of his previous homes.  We do not recommend a home with dogs or cats for this guy because he doesn't know boundaries...all boundaries are his.  He has the potential to love deeply to the right person.  He thrives in a quiet home without children.  

Name: Gem and Stone
Species: indian ringneck 
Age:  unknown - mature
Sex:  male and female
​ADOPTION FEE: $950/pair    cage, vet check and microchips included


Here's what we know:

These two were paired up in the place where they came from.  They were from an estate we took in a bunch of birds from summer 2017.  The female is a mixture between a yellow and blue indian ringneck and the grey is a solid grey.

They are wild birds who were set to be bred in their previous home.  We do not know if they ever had babies in the past.