We have an umbrella cockatoo and like most larger hookbills he is a voracious chewer. His perches over the years have all been arbutus trimmings but of course the smaller the branch, the quicker it's chewed. I'm looking for gardeners with arbutus on their property who may find the need periodically to trim out some branches. Yes, I know there's precious few of them on the mainland but I'm perfectly happy to make a trip to the island to pick it up. Branch diameters between 1.5 and 4 inches would be preferable, minimum length about 15 inches and they don't have to be straight. Kindly keep me in mind should you be doing any arbutus trimming! Thanks so much!