yes all good advice ... i volunteer at a snimal shelter and believe it or not get alot of keets that people do bring in becuase they found them outside and either they dont want them or dont know what to do with them or are fearful of disease the keet may have picked up or sadly the keet is injured.
i dont work in the bird area i pet puppies all day lol .. but since owning keets i go over their more often now. and we got a keet last night that has a broken wing:( poor baby ... her wings are clipped and she is obviously owned by someone she is trained ... she probally got out and the wind got her and she landed in a tree and tried to get loose but broke her wing in the process... the lady who brought her found her in a tree in her back yard ... she heard a bird screeching poor baby ... so we wait for the owner to call looking for a yellow bird .... if they dont call in a few weeks we give the bird away:(
so birds do get found, and they do come home ... when i was a kid we have 2 keets and one flew out a window like a bat out of hell lol ... 3 days later we found him sittin on that same window just waiting. he was done with his adventure and was ready to come home.