STacy, IF the birds are being provided adequate food, water and
shelter, there is nothing the Humane Society can do. An avian
vet is most likely too busy to get involved. Worse case scenario
they take the birds in where they can't even be monitored and
the abuse can really begin. You can't slap the wrists of people
like this and make them see the light. Many times in a
situation like this the people are LOOKING to get rid of the
birds. It's doubtful the people would give these birds away only
to go buy more. They are not a petstore.
Every case is unique, but the abuse has to be EXTEME especially
in the case of birds for the authorities to get involved. If you
think otherwise, you are naive.