Martin

Martin photo
San Antonio, TX - Poor Martin (ID A648922)! Everybody else in his flock was adopted but him. He was left behind all on his lonesome. How awful is that? PLEASE can somebody kind give this guy a good home? He deserves it. He would make a perfect house rooster and/or addition to your flock of hens, or addition to your bachelor flock! For more information on keeping bachelor flocks please refer to this infographic - http://www.poultrydvm.com/featured-infographic/tips-for-keeping-bachelor-flocks or email us questions (adoptabirdnetwork@gmail.com). Please consider opening your heart to him, and providing him a happy, no-kill, forever home he deserves!
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*If you adopt him, please let Adopt a Bird Network know!
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*Birds cannot be shipped, they must be adopted in person.
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*Please note that we are not a transport service. If you are seeking help transporting birds, we encourage you to join our ABN Transport Group on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/adoptabirdtransportgroup
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*Since chickens have an excessive number of wild and domestic animals who want to eat them, it is your responsibility to protect them. To learn about predator-proofing and some tips on how to do it, please refer to this infographic - http://www.poultrydvm.com/featured-infographic/tips-for-protecting-poultry-from-predators.
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*We cannot guarantee the sex, size, or breed of the bird. The information we provide is what the shelter has reported or what we’ve been told by volunteers.
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*If you’re interested in adopting this bird(s), please contact the shelter using the information provided below.
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San Antonio Animal Care Services // San Antonio, TX // 4710 State Highway 151 // (210) 207-4738

Bird Info

Date Listed: 2022-06-29
Bird Type: chicken
Age: adult

Shelter Info

San Antonio Animal Care Services
4710 State Highway 151
San Antonio, TX
(210) 207-4738