No permits needed, you are referring to a different species than the
north american oriole. You can try www.thefeatheredwagon.com he has
them from time to time. They are generally wild caught, or you can
always try www.birdcrazy.com
On 5/31/05, Stacy wrote:
> Well, if you want one, like Julie has stated, this does open the
> chance to adopt one- but you may need specail permits here in the
> US to keep a bird like this. This would include classes and
> procedings through govenment-run classes- but this information is
> Greek to me.
> It would be a good chance to broaden your horrizens as to keeping
> and rehabilitating wildlife, but as a pet, it may not be possible
> without govenment approval to keep federally protected wildlife.
> Try to contact the Fish and Wildlife services in your area/state
> for more information.
> Good luck!