Inc. is dedicated to helping parrot rescue and rehabilitation
centers worldwide. We regularly send donations
of food to several rescue organizations to aid in
the rehabilitation of abused and neglected parrots.
Below you will find some of the foundations we support,
with links to their respective web sites, and information
about how you can help their cause.
A 501(c)(3) avicultural and veterinary affiliated
parrot welfare organization licensed by the state
of Colorado, promoting educational outreach, conservation,
rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and sanctuary pertaining
to the needs of parrots everywhere.
current Gabriel Foundation aviary is able to provide
consistent, high quality care for up to 250 psittacine
birds at one time. Birds enter the Foundation for
a variety of reasons such as family or financial hardship,
human guardian’s illness or death, conflict
with spouse or children, lack of human interest and/or
time, moving/relocation, a bird’s incomparability
with human’s expectations, a bird’s physical
handicap, a bird’s chronic illness, rescue from
animal cruelty, abandonment, lost bird, or request
from a pet store, animal welfare organization, veterinarian
and breeders to provide on-going care
Golden Conure Fund The Golden Conure Fund is
part of the World Parrot Trust, an organization dedicated
to helping endangered parrots around the world. The
Golden Conure Fund is devoted to the Plight if the
Golden Conure. Recently, much of this beautiful creatures
habitat has been destroyed due to habitation, construction
of roads, and the building of the Tucurui Dam.
Operates as a small rescue & refuge, serving
Nebraska and surrounding states, and limits the
number of birds admitted to quarantine & foster
care, to ensure proper and nurturing care to those
who are placed here. The numbers fluctuate as some
seek shelter here, and some find a loving home.
Safe Haven cares for a variety of psitticine species,
many with physical handicaps and emotional issues/phobias/baggage.
A number of birds summer outside and benefit from
all that goes with it, "like" species
often housed in flights that enable interaction,
companionship, and exercise. Safe Haven is 1AB certified
for wildlife rehabilitation, is a past member of
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab and admits pigeons, doves,
sparrows and starlings for care.
My friend and I are mothers to 170 Exotic Birds. We
have a deep love for birds. We are especially interested
in Exotic Birds, but will take in and love all kinds.
We live in Florida, and are both "full time"
Correctional Officers with the State of Florida. This
ministry was started in our home as a hobby. Then
we felt the call of GOD to begin taking in "unwanted"
birds here in our area. This ministry is located in
Jacksonville and also honors all of the surrounding
counties. We have birds from as far away New Orleans,
New Haven Conn., and Nottingham New Hampshire.
Me Aviary Rescue Me is a sanctuary
for unwanted tropical birds. The Sanctuary takes unwanted
birds and gives them a permanent home. Rescue Me also
appears at local schools in conjunction with their
rain forest and environmental programs to help bring
the concept of endangered species into focus for the
contact Rescue Me directly for a physical address
to send donations. Monetary donations are also appreciated
and can be sent to the address that is given.
We Proudly Support
Bird Rescue and Rehabilitation Centers Nationwide