Found: Owners looking for blue quaker parrot that flew off at East Coast Park

Submitted by Stomper Vivian

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Update on May 9:

Bubbles has been found.

Original article:

The owners of a blue quaker parrot are looking for the bird after it was 'spooked away' at East Coast Park.

Stomper Vivian shared that the bird flew from near barbeque pit number 60, near Outward Bound Singapore (OBS).

The nearest carpark is F3.

"Her name is Bubbles and she has one leg ring and one leg ID on each leg," said Vivian.

"She is very friendly to humans too.

"Despite heading down ECP to look for Bubbles multiple times, we could not locate her.

"She was last sighted inside the compound of OBS.

"However, due to regulations, we were not able to enter.

"As Bubbles is a house pet, she would not be able to survive in the wild.

"We are very desperate to look for her and miss her deeply.

"Please help to share this post so we can be reunited with Bubbles as soon as possible.

"We hope that anyone who has spotted or secured Bubbles can inform us immediately and would like to thank readers in advance for helping out with the seeking of Bubbles.

"As for those who have secured Bubbles, you may feed her carrot, corn, and apple (without seeds)."

If you have seen or found Bubbles, kindly contact Stomp at or WhatsApp 9384 3761.