UPDATE: Blue and gold Macaw ‘Maya’ has been FOUND!

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UPDATE JUNE 20 11:30 a.m.: BTB Reader Jeanna Lee has been reunited with her blue and gold Macaw ‘Maya’!

“THANK YOU SO MUCH for posting this on the blog!” she told us. “I received a call this morning from a lady who saw her last night and I found her within a few hours of looking. She flew right to me! Now we are back home safe and sound. Your community is full of amazingly kind and wonderful people. Thank you!!!”

PREVIOUSLY: BTB Reader Jeanna Lee wants everyone to be on the lookout for her lost blue and gold Macaw ‘Maya,’ last see at Seahurst Park on Monday June 17:




“She was last seen flying from a tree by the parking lot around 9 p.m. on Monday,” Jeanna told The B-Town Blog. “She is fully flighted and could be anywhere in Burien by now. People will probably hear her before they see her. She is pretty loud, especially when she screams. But she mostly talks and says Hello, Hiiii, Maya, Hi Maya, How are you, Look what I have!, and some other things.”

If you happen to hear or see anything, please contact Jeanna Lee at [email protected] or 206-790-7872.

“Any info will be very appreciated,” Jeanna added. “She is probably pretty hungry by now – she loves bananas and raw nuts.”

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3 Responses to “UPDATE: Blue and gold Macaw ‘Maya’ has been FOUND!”
  1. WJ says:

    LOL, exactly what else does she say?!? Hee hee hee!

  2. Why did you not clip her wings????

    • K says:

      Not everyone wants to prevent their bird from doing what is very natural and station them to a life of sitting on a playstand. Plenty of clipped birds get lost because it provides owners a false sense of security. A clipped bird on the floor has no defense to cats and dogs or from being stepped on.

      I will never clip my birds as flight is incredibly beneficial physically and mentally. I just keep my windows and doors shut when they are out. I will not disable my birds to give me an excuse to be hasty with doors. Best of luck to Jeanna in finding her bird.

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