The last time her family saw Molly-Bird, she was 200 feet in the air and heading south.
WENDY VICTORA @WendyVnwfdn
NICEVILLE — The last time her family saw Molly-Bird, she was 200 feet in the air and heading south.
Now they’re hoping that the African Grey parrot, who has been part of their family for five years, has landed in someone else’s yard and that they will see her again.
“She’s quite the bird,” said Brenda Haerr Beale. “I’m absolutely devastated.”
Molly escaped Tuesday when one of her owners, Mike, was transferring her from her inside cage to her outside cage. Brenda and Mike say she’s never shown any interest in flying away before.
She speaks two words, “no” and “quit.”
Her main noises are barking like the schnauzers who live behind them and the beep-beep-beep of the trash truck backing up.
She has been missing since Tuesday afternoon and was last seen in the area of 23rd Street and Redwood Avenue.
Have you seen Molly? Contact the Beales at 678-9638 if you’ve seen her.