The Santa Barbara Bird Sanctuary is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization
dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned, abused
and abandoned parrots and companion birds. In addition, we act as a
resource within the community to help promote responsible bird ownership
through education and owner support.
Gabriel Foundation® is a 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(2)non-profit corporation,
licensed by the State of Colorado as a rescue and rehabilitative organization
dedicated to the well being of companion parrots. Our purpose is to
serve as a research and educational model to the public-at-large, the
veterinary medical community, the pet industry, humane animal welfare
organizations and to the avicultural community and affiliated organizations
about the need to provide appropriately for the welfare of parrots in
captivity, often through rescue, rehabilitation and sanctuary programs
for psittacine birds. We endeavor to generate continuing awareness of
parrots throughout the world by supporting international conservation
efforts that help to maintain and preserve them in their natural habitat.
Mission: At all times we shall operate exclusively for charitable, educational,
and scientific purposes relating to the preservation and protection
of avian species. To support encouragement of avian research for the
purpose of solutions to avian diseases. To encourage commercial responsibility
in the sales of exotic birds to the public which includes dissemination
of information for species specific care to the buying public. To create
a network of avian rescue organizations for collaborative efforts for
placement of rescued and abandoned exotic birds.
We are an organization that
specializes in parrot rescue, adoption and rehabilitation. We are a
proud member of the Avian Welfare Coalition and the World Parrot Welfare
the Surgical Alteration of Parrots
Stop by our site and sign our petition today to help end this cruel act!
is a world wide bird lost and found web site. Their goal is to reunite
lost birds with their families and to improve the quality of your birds
life by answering your questions on line. They also host a wonderful
column called Vet
Talk written by one of the country's most leading avian
veterinarians along with contributions from Karen Allen. Join the hundreds
of bird patrollers from around the world and make a difference today!
World Parrot Trust was formed in 1989 to work exclusively for the survival
and welfare of all parrots. The trust has 12 national branches and thousands
of members in 65 countries. All of these people work cooperatively to
insure the survival of parrot species in the wild and to insure the
welfare of captive birds. Join us today and help make a difference!