Quoted from African Grey Secrets:

Pet lovers, specifically bird lovers, know and are familiar with the African grey parrots that are native to Africa. These parrots have the distinct ability of understanding human speech and speaking. Aside from this rare ability to speak, the African grey parrots are also attractive birds with bold colors. As such, a lot of African grey rescue groups abound to protect the beautiful birds.

African grey rescue organizations exist to protect the exotic parrots of the lush rainforests in Africa. These groups are there to make sure that the African grey parrots do not get into danger, do not fall under neglect, or do not suffer abuse from unscrupulous humans seeking a fortune by trafficking them. African grey rescue groups are also there to provide parrots that are victims of the abuse loving homes with people who will care for them.

African grey lovers who have compassion for these birds can help the African grey rescue organizations to make sure the these wonderful creatures are preserved and protected. One of the things that a concerned individual can do is offer to be a volunteer in an African grey rescue group. The time spent caring for the bird, if the volunteer is deemed qualified, will surely be a worthwhile experience. Further, these rescue groups work through volunteerism. Volunteers may also help with collecting donations or disseminating information about African grey parrots.

Another thing that a bird lover can do is contribute money to African grey rescue groups. The money donated will go a long way in providing for the birds’ needs and to provide for the operating expenses of the shelter.  African grey parrots subsist on nuts, berries, fruits and vegetables which need to be bought fresh. Monetary donations can be used to purchase the essential foods for the parrots. Donated money will also be used to pay for utility bills generated by the fully-working rescue shelter.

A different way of helping out the African grey rescue organizations is by adopting a real African grey parrot straight from the rescue facility. Adopting a parrot, of course with the intention of providing its needs and protecting it from harm, will be welcomed by the rescue organizations. However, if individuals do choose this route, they must first equip themselves with the necessary knowledge regarding proper care of the stunning parrots. A lot of information about African grey parrots can be found on the internet. It is best to do research before heading to the nearest African grey rescue center.

African grey rescue organizations exist specifically for the welfare of African grey parrots.However, this does not mean that the ordinary individual cannot do his part in caring for these beautiful birds. Everyone can pitch in to make sure that the African grey parrots are preserved and protected for the years to come.

a Refuge for Saving the Wildlife US

Parrot Rescue Centre UK

 

ALABAMA
 

 
Hookbill Haven Exotic Bird Rescue and Adoption  Birmingham
 

 
To promote the welfare of birds through education programs and bird clubs. To provide for long-term care, shelter, love, and medical needs for exotic birds that for one reason or another their owner could no longer care for them.
 

 
Parrots-R-4Ever Huntsville, AL
 
We are a No-Kill rescue shelter and sanctuary providing care, rehabilitation and adoption services for abused, abandoned, or unwanted exotic pet birds.  We are dedicated primarily to the larger parrot species, but we will accept any non-diseased pet bird in need of a home, space permitting.  We do not buy, sell, or breed birds nor do we adopt birds to those who do. Email:  macawman@parrotsr4ever.com
 

 

 
ARIZONA
 

 
The Oasis Sanctuary became a 501(c)(3) charitable institution, receiving the Letter of Exemption in December 1997. We are also registered with the Secretary of State in Arizona as a recognized charity.  The Oasis is an animal care sanctuary accredited by TAOS and the ASA
 

 
Our mission is to rescue parrots in need of new homes, no matter the reason. TARA exists to improve the lives of companion birds through the education of humans and the nurturing of young aviculturists. 
 

 
Small Bird Rescue & Retirement Center Serving Maricopa County & Greater Phoenix
 
We rescue all types of exotic pet birds.  All Parakeets, English Budgerigars, Canaries, and Finches retire here with us permanently.
 

 
Mesa - Tequila Sepulveda, contact: Tequila111@aol.com
 

 
ARKANSAS
 

 
None known.
 

 
CALIFORNIA
 

 
Mickaboo Cockatiel Rescue  CA, San Francisco Bay area
 
To provide protection for those who, by no fault or choice of their own cannot help themselves, and depend on humans for their care. To ensure the highest quality of life for our companion birds. To educate the bird owning public on the most current diet, health and general care information.
 

 
Our goal is to take in homeless, unwanted or abused parrots, "rehabilitate" them, and find them good, permanent, loving homes with our members. PRS also strives to educate the community on the special needs of these wonderful pets. We promote good health, enriched lives and loving homes for our feathered companions.
 

 
Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to educating current and potential bird owners on the proper care of pet birds. Unwanted or found parrots are accepted at PEAC. They are cared for until adopted to qualified applicants.
 

 
Providing for a companion parrot's quality of life through education, rescue, rehabilitation, and placement.
 

 
Tropical Bird Rescue  San Jose, CA
 
The charter of this organization is to foster the care and well-being of captive birds originating from tropical habitats, with the focus of the program on the welfare of each individual bird.
 

 
The Lily Sanctuary  Fountain Valley, CA
 
Our purpose is to provide quality care and love for homeless and "special needs" parrots.
 

 
Coachella Valley Exotic Bird Rescue- Desert Hot Springs, CA
 
Founded 1997.  Providing a permanent housing facility for unadoptable birds, and adopting to qualified members.  Contact Lisa Perreault at LuvToos@wmconnect.com
 

 
Parrots First  Los Angeles, CA
 
We are a rescue and adoption service. We exist solely to help unwanted or found parrots and through educational classes and seminars we hope to dispel many of the myths and misconceptions that are prevalent today P.O. Box 66223 Los Angeles, CA 90066 (310) 873-3600 x3294 (Voice Mail) Rose & Frank Levine rose@parrotsfirst.org , frank@parrotsfirst.org. Parrots First is a member of the Avian Welfare Coalition.
 

 
The Last Chance Ranch  So. CA
 
We operate a lifetime parrot sanctuary in Southern California.   We are privately  funded and have been operating for about 10 years. We presently care for over 200 abused,  abandoned, neglected, and pet parrots of many species that have been relinquished. Contact: gennygem2@aol.com
 

 
Parrot Protection Agency.Rescue and Adoption  San Diego
 
no adoption fee, 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Cathy Isbell, San Diego, (619)421-6404, naebo@yahoo.com
 

 
Sanctuary Parrot Rescue Grass Valley
 
Rescue only; 501(c)(3) status pending. Josephine Dunne, P. O. Box 1837, Grass Valley 95945.
 

 
Fly Away Rescue San Francisco Bay area
 
FAR believes that all birds deserve to have their special nutritional needs met, appropriate medical care, and a safe loving forever home.  If for any reason a bird cannot be placed into a loving forever home that bird will become a permanent  family member of FAR.
 

 
We are active in educating the public about the proper care of companion parrots.  We rescue parrots from harmful or unwanted situations and relocate them to suitable adoptive homes.
 

 
Special Bird Rescue/Adoption San Diego
 
I will adopt any handicapped / special needs bird, and will help with adopting out birds that don't require special care.  Willing to carry associated cost (transportation cost, etc.). Sibylle Faye: webmaster1@avianweb.com , AvianWeb.
 

 
Animal Encounters, Inc. Green Valley
 
Helping species through education, conservation and rehabilitation. We are a rescue and rehabilitation facility for exotic and domestic animals. We provide permanent placement for animals in need. Phone: (661) 270-0404.    Fawn Nyvold (661) 714-4024 (mobile)
 

 
Exotic Animal Rescue Service (E.A.R.S.) Atascadero
 
Phone: (800) 659-3680
 

 
Parrot Rescue Los Angeles
 
Wanda Harmon (310) 679-3435
 

 
Second Chance Exotic Animal Rescue Ontario, CA
 
Alisa Turner (909) 207-3066 bird777brain@aol.com
 

 
Second Chance Hemet Hemet, CA
 
We currently accept all animals except dogs/cats unless they are abandoned and not weaned. Visit our page for information on placements and adoptions and also our adoption fairs.  Phone: (909) 652-8197  SecondChanceRes@earthlink.net
 

 
Bay Area - Michelle Mee, contact: MMee266@Aol.com
 
Burlingame - Tina, contact: Tharleen@aol.com
 
Hemet - Wendy Jeffries, contact: salt@ivic.net
 

 
COLORADO
 

 
A 501(c)(3) and 509 (a)(2) non-profit corporation promoting education, rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and sanctuary for companion parrots.
 

 
Feathered Family  Erie
 
Feathered Family is a small family parrot rescue located in Erie Colorado. Since we began we have brought a number parrots, of all sizes, into our lives, and either rehomed them properly or when it was needed added them to our family. We do not breed parrots here, we do not sell parrots here, we help parrots to find loving homes that will last forever.
 

 
Rocky Mountain Society of Aviculture Adopt-A-Bird Program 
 
Rescue and adoption, adopts out of area, must be a member of the bird club and pay an adoption fee; Norma Lunney, (303) 343-7889.
 

 
Colorado Springs - Michelle Scheetz, contact: Zabianna@aol.com (also Montana)
 

 
CONNECTICUT
 

 
CT Bird Rescue Bolton
 
Provide a place to live filled with love and the best care possible. Prevent cruelty and abuse of all pet and wild birds. Provide training to those interested in owning and caring for a pet bird. Promote public respect for all avian creatures. Provide children with educational opportunities to foster a respect for our natural world and for themselves.  [This rescue has stated that they no longer breed]
 

 
Wallingford - Claire Wong-Ostapowicz, contact: connecticutratterriers@yahoo.com
 

 
DELAWARE
 

 
Of A FEATHER Bird Club  Eastern MD and DE
 
Contact: Jane Kerns 410-822-1047, fenick@toad.net
 

 
FLORIDA
 

 
The Lucky Parrot  West Coast
 
The mission of the Lucky Parrot Refuge and Sanctuary Inc. is to provide a haven of aviaries in a natural setting, for homeless, abused, or unwanted parrots. The Lucky Parrot is accredited by The Association of Sanctuaries.  The Lucky Parrot is a member of the Avian Welfare Coalition.
 

 
The Shyne Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit sanctuary for needy parrots, providing a quarter-acre, 16-foot high, wired-in miniature rainforest where the birds fly free, interacting with the trees, the ground, fresh air, and sunshine, living as closely as possible in the way nature intended, yet still enjoying interaction with humans.
 

 
Sabra's Parrot Rescue Miami, FL
 
Contact: Sbrea24@aol.com
 

 
Our mission is to educate the public to better understand the selection, needs and husbandry of companion birds to ensure a lifetime of happiness for both bird and owner. Safe Haven provides Rescue, Rehabilitation, Education and Adoption services to ensure lifelong enrichment for the companion bird experience.
 

 
World Parrot Mission  Key Largo
 
There are many parrots in this country and around the world that are no longer considered suitable as pets because they have matured. Many parrots scream, bite and pluck out their own feathers. We would like to become a sanctuary for those birds that are no longer wanted by their families.
 

 
Ziggy's Haven West coast
 
Ziggy's Haven Bird Sanctuary, Inc. is a non profit, all volunteer rescue orgnanization. We are dedicated to rescuing unwanted parrots and educating both current and potential bird owners on the proper care of keeping parrots as pets. 
 

 
It is the intent of the Foundation to provide a refuge and safe environment for captive parrots
 
that are displaced, and to accommodate birds that can no longer be cared for by their owners.
 

 
Sky Harbor, Inc., Avian Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Tarpon Springs
 
Licensed wildlife rehabilitation, exotic/wildlife rescue and rehoming.  Contact Lynda Biedenmeister: jblbparrot@ij.net
 

 
Port Saint Lucie - contact Terrie Swanson, tlsbirds@msn.com
 

 
GEORGIA
 

 
Jesup - Handicapped and behavior problems welcome. Some birds are adopted out to qualified individuals, many others will remain here for the remainder of their natural lives. No birds are sold. Contact Tammy: tlcgliders@jesup.net
 

 
HAWAII
 

 
Maui Animal Rescue & Sanctuary  Haiku
 
315 Pauwela Road, Haiku, HI 96708, Phone: 808-575-7698, Fax: 808-575-7529 cujo@webtv.net
 

 
HALE MANU AVIARIES
 
Wild and Exotic Bird Rescue and Rehabilitation. Contact Chad Castle. State and Federal Wild Bird Rehabilitation Permits, Exotic Bird Rescue. We do not breed birds and we do occasional adoptions. (808)391-0689 cell phone.
 

 
ILLINOIS
 

 
We are now an Illinois licensed foster facility. We take in a birds on a case by case basis for people who can no longer care for their parrot. If you have a bird that you cannot care for and would like us to foster and place your bird for you, please call us. 815-758-7215, cell phone: 815-762-0454.
 

 
To work in joint cooperation with all avian rescue groups to try and eliminate the need for rescue groups by educating the public about avicultural issues. Until that is accomplished, we will provide
a sanctuary for those unfortunate parrots that are in need of a home. rsw674@ameritech.net
 

 
Pet Bird Rescue and Adoption  Peoria, IL
 
Betsy Christison, betc@insightbb.com
 

 
Jennifer Kappel, contact: Jennifer3141@aol.com
 

 
Morris, IL. Contact: Jessica Childers (815)941-3982.  Email: good1026@theramp.net
 

 
Casey's Safety Nest Evansville, IN
 
Avian rescues, foster care and adoption. Southern  Indiana, and Illinois and Western Kentucky areas.
 

 
INDIANA
 

 
Casey's Safety Nest Evansville, IN
 
Avian rescues, foster care and adoption. Southern  Indiana, and Illinois and Western Kentucky areas.
 

 
Freedom, IN.  Mandy Parrish, contact: thisismyemail23@yahoo.com (812) 828-0615
 
Can travel to MI, OH, IL, IN, KY if and when needed to pick up birds in need, further if the situation is desperate.
 

 
    
 
IOWA
 

 
Bannister Bird Farm
 
We rescue, medically clear and rehabilitate unwanted birds. Then place them for adoption. None of our birds are used for breeding or for any other type of profit. Kathy & Jerome Bannister: KJStroud@webtv.net
 

 
Southeast - Lisa Harvey, contact: lisaharv@Interl.net
 

 
KANSAS
 

 
It's a Zoo! Topeka
 
Contact: itsazoo@cox.net
 

 
Wichita - Sharon Bennett, contact: Dbenne8@aol.com
 

 
Overland Park  Jill Bodamer 913/268-2082  SpiritsFalcon@aol.com
 

 
KENTUCKY
 

 
Casey's Safety Nest Evansville, IN
 
Avian rescues, foster care and adoption. Southern  Indiana, and Illinois and Western Kentucky areas.
 

 
Florence - Tracey, contact: Tlw32@aol.com
 

 
LOUISIANA
 

 
Fifth Day Avian Rescue -- Pineville
 
Contact Debbie Sefcik at: godsholylove@hotmail.com
 

 
MARYLAND
 

 
Parrot Rescue
 
PO box 645 Savage, Md 20763, Located between Baltimore and Washington DC. Caring for unwanted pet birds since 1988, Retired breeders, handicapped and behavior problems welcome. No resale. Contact: deethom@erols.com
 

 
Phoenix Landing Arlington VA (also serving Washington DC, Maryland, and North Carolina)
 
The Phoenix Landing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  It was established to promote and protect the welfare of all tropical birds, especially large parrots. We are also building free flight facilities in Western North Carolina.
 

 
Of A FEATHER Bird Club Eastern MD and DE
 
Contact: fenick@toad.net
 

 
Paszkiewicz's Parrot Rescue  Forest Hill, MD
 
Contact: Jason Paszkiewicz, 443-417-8640, email: avesara85@yahoo.com
 

 

 
MASSACHUSETTS
 

 
MICHIGAN
 

 
Gaylord Parrot Rescue and Rehab -- Gaylord/Lansing
 
Carole Sue Hess: rehabber@winntelwb.coop, (989) 939 8390.
 
Grand Rapids/Big Rapids - Valerie Wilson, contact: vwilson231@aol.com
 
Grand Rapids - Jennifer Kappel, contact: Jennifer3141@aol.com
 
Lansing - Donell Snyder, contact: snyderdo@pilot.msu.edu
 
Penninsula Area - Frank S Ayner, contact: fsaymer@ic.net
 
 
MINNESOTA
 

 

 
MISSISSIPPI
 

 
Debbie Forsyth
 
Debbie's Mid-South Bird Rescue
 

 

 
MISSOURI
 

 
Cathy -- St. Louis area and surrounding. Contact: cstmom@yahoo.com or phone #  636-257-7005.
 

 
Cherished Wings Exotic Pet Rescue & Adoption, Inc. Gerald, MO
 
John Wetzel, President, 573-764-2755. admin@cherishedwings.com
 

 
MONTANA
 

 
NEBRASKA
 

 
NEW JERSEY
 

 
South Jersey Bird Club Parrot Adoption Program.
 
Rescue and adoption; no adoption fee; local placement only. Pat Baltozer, 856-881-9373, crbpeb@delanet.com
 

 
NEW YORK
 

 
Birdie Haven. Port  Jervis
 
Rescue and adoption; adopts out of area; no adoption fee; (845) 858-6270; nana_kathy@webtv.net
 

 
Rescue and adoption. No adoption fee; 501(c)(3) nonprofit, P.O. Box 95, East Concord, 14055; birrdladdy@aol.com
 

 
Maspeth Bird Haven Long Island
 
Placements and adoptions.
 
Barry & Gayle Schwartz: rescue4birds@optonline.net
 

 
Adoption referral only, adoption fee; North Babylon; (631) 957-1100; parrotwise@aol.com or lipsgeneral@liparrotsociety.org
 

 
Home Tweet Home Rescue, Education and Adoptions Long Island
 
We have been helping birds find homes since 1976. Special needs birds are our speciality
 

 
Our goal is to provide a second chance to companion parrots. We will work to rehabilitate birds who have behavior issues. We feel that all feathered family members deserve a second chance to find a home and a loving family to join.
 

 

 
NORTH CAROLINA
 

 
Phoenix Landing   Arlington VA (also serving Washington DC, Maryland, and North Carolina)
 
The Phoenix Landing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  It was established to promote and protect the welfare of all tropical birds, especially large parrots. We are also building free flight facilities in Western North Carolina.
 

 
Cloudcuckooland Aviary and Shelter
 
PO Box 789, Castle Hayne, NC 28429-0789
 
Marcia Tyson Kolb
 

 
Mark and Susan Doby, Winston-Salem, NC
 
We will take in any size/temperament of bird and give it a loving home. Rescue currently does not adopt birds out.
 

 

 
NORTH DAKOTA
 

 
Our mission is: To reach out and educate the public on the appropriate health care and general well-being of exotic birds. To find homes for unwanted and abused birds through our adoption program. To provide a friendly and caring environment for our members and guests to socialize and learn from one another. 
 
Contact Lois E. Novacek, President: novacek@cableone.net. 701-293-3833
 

 

 
OHIO


 

 
Northcoast Bird Adoption and Rehabilitation Center
 
The intent of this program is to satisfy a growing need in the pet bird market for the rehabilitation and subsequent adoption of these unwanted birds. birdadopt@aol.com
 

 
Our objective in starting N-COAR is to improve the quality of life that the companion bird will have. We hope to achieve this thru education, rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption.
 

 

 
OKLAHOMA
 

 
Central Oklahoma Bird Club Shawnee, OK
 
Contact Carl Moss calmoss@oklahoma.net Carl & Linda Moss (405) 273-2625
 

 
Oklahoma Companion Bird Rescue Net Foundation (405) 692-8043
 

 
Gifted Wings Ministry, Inc. Tulsa,Ok and Claremore,OK
 
Registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues exotic birds, adoption, pet therapy, rehabilitates unwanted  and abused birds, have own veterinary care and emphasis on educating people about birds. Contact: (918) 283-1264 or cell# (918)636-2263.  Email: bjs@myyellowstone.net
 

 

 
OREGON
 

 
Rescue only, currently not accepting birds, 501(c)(3) nonprofit. P. O. Box 17364, Portland 97217, Jack Devine, (503) 286-0882, mlf@cnnw.net
 

 
Always Birds First Rescue -- Eugene
 
P.O. Box 2301
 
Eugene, Oregon 97402
 
541-461-5851
 
Sally Gilliam, president: irishsally53710@msn.com
 

 

 
PENNSYLVANIA
 

 
Parrot Education & Adoption Center
 
Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to educating current and potential bird owners on the proper care of pet birds. Unwanted or found parrots are accepted at PEAC. They are cared for until adopted to qualified applicants. Email: zazubird@prodigy.net
 

 
We provide a permanent home for unwanted, abandoned, homeless birds, who for what ever reason have become to much for their owners. We provide a safe clean home, proper veterinary care, training and plenty of love and affection.
 

 
Brenda-Marie -- Washington area. Contact: brendamh@comcast.net.
 

 
RHODE ISLAND
 

 
SOUTH CAROLINA
 

 
We take in unwanted, neglected or abused Cockatoos, rehabilitate those Cockatoos that can be rehabilitated and place them in permanent homes. Or, provide a permanent loving home to any Cockatoo that is unsuitable for adoption. We provide education and educational resources for all parrot owners and potential parrot owners, including, diet, care and requirements.
 
TENNESSEE
 

 
Caged Bird Rescue
 
911 Thompson Road
 
Pegram, TN 37143
 

 

 
In this new year of 2003, West Wings Foundation (501(c)3 non-profit parrot rescue) is only accepting surrendered parrots on a case-by-case basis.  Contact Michelle West: birdmom@bellsouth.net
 

 

 
TEXAS
 

 
Serving the Southeast Texas Coastal Region, we accept pet birds that are in need of a new home because of their owner's changing circumstances, found birds, and rescued birds. We offer adoption and fostering services for those birds that are eligible, to persons informed in the care and nurturing of pet birds.
 

 
Beaks and Wings  Weatherford, TX
 
Beaks & Wings Parrot Rescue provides a safe, clean, loving home for ANY abused, neglected, unwanted or otherwise displaced bird with as much good healthy food, toys, mental stimulation and attention they could possibly want.  Contact John Dennett at hakit@cyberlane.net
 

 
Parrots and People Colleyville, TX
 
Our mission is to create a multi-purpose environment for people with special needs and companion parrots.
 

 
Rescue and adoption, no adoption fee, 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
 

 
Dallas Bird Society/Project Haven Dallas-Forth Worth
 
Dallas Bird Society was established in 1948.  DBS andProject HAVEN is a c501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to finding new permanent homes for lost birds, unwanted birds, disabled or injured birds, pet birds whose owners can no longer provide a suitable home, breeder birds, and some sick birds.  Rescues within 100 mile ranges of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.  Adoptions and fostering opportunities for Dallas Bird Society members only.  Contact:  DBS
 
P.O. Box 242, Red Oak TX 75154. Phone: (972) 381-3075. Email: dbs@dallasbirdsociety.org
 

 
Texas Confetti Rose Pet Bird Rescue Corp. Glen Rose
 
Dedicated to improving the lives of abused, neglected, unwanted, ill, or injured companion parrots.  Contact: office 254-898-0822, email  TXConfettirose@aol.com
 

 
Wings of Love Bird Haven North Central Texas
 
We are a small, nonprofit bird rescue organization in the North Central Texas area. We have two main focuses. One is to rescue and re-home birds that need to be placed in a forever home. If you are in the Central Texas area and know of a bird that needs a home -- please don't hesitate to contact us. The second is to educate bird owners everywhere of what is required to raise and keep healthy, happy birds.
 

 
Gulf Coast Exotic Bird Sanctuary provides refuge and veterinary care for exotic birds that are un-adoptable or who's previous owners would like them to live out their lives in a sanctuary environment. Occasionally we will have rescued birds for adoption to qualified homes. Our mission is to provide appropriate food, housing, and medical care to each bird that arrives at our refuge along with educating the public on proper husbandry of these birds. 
 

 

 
UTAH
 

 
Located in the majestic red-rock country of Southern Utah, near the Grand Canyon, Best Friends is the nation's largest sanctuary for abused and abandoned animals.
 
5001 Angel Canyon Drive, Kanab, UT 84741-5001 USA, (801) 644-2001, info@bestfriends.org
 

 
Rescue and adoption to club members only, adoption fee; 501(c)(3) nonprofit; P. O. Box 651701, Salt Lake City 84165; Chase Kimball, (801) 278-4950, waes@juno.com
 

 

 
VERMONT
 

 
None known.
 

 

 
VIRGINIA
 

 
Phoenix Landing Arlington (also serving Washington DC, Maryland, and North Carolina)
 
The Phoenix Landing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  It was established to promote and protect the welfare of all tropical birds, especially large parrots. We are also building free flight facilities in Western North Carolina.
 

 
Safe House, Inc: Companion Bird Rehab & Retirement Center
 
P.O. Box 3252
 
Newport News, VA 23603
 
Phone: 757-887-8683
 
Fax: 757-220-1390
 

 
Post Office Box 534, Ark, VA 23003
 
804.693.5997 Fax: 804.695.9475
 

 
The Bird Cage Exotic Bird Rescue VA Beach
 
Wendy Meeks, 1324 Darien Ct, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 TkPink@aol.com

 
WASHINGTON

 
TLC Bird Haven Deer Park
 
We do not breed nor sell birds. Our only job is loving and caring for the permanent and temporary residents at TLC Bird Haven. We adopt - we rescue.
 

 
Whitewings Farm
 
65 Mill Creek Road
 
Raymond  WA  98577  
 
360 942 3669 
 

 
Mollywood is a place where rescued Mollucan Cockatoos can come to live out their days in the limelight!
 


 
Jeff Miller -- Spokane
 
Contact Jeff Miller: mill421@aol.com
 

 

 
WEST VIRGINIA
 

 

 
WISCONSIN
 

 
We are committed to providing a safe haven including proper veterinary care, nutrition, socialization, physical & mental stimulation, and clean, spacious living areas.  Space is not only provided in our home, but in our hearts.

 


 

 
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES
 

 
Australia
 

 
This is a newly formed group of individuals from around Australia who have been brought together by a common desire to address the problem of unwanted birds.
 

 
Belgium
 

 
Perroquets-perruches.org   Site is not in English. 
 

 
Canada
 

 
For the Love of Parrots Refuge Society  Abbotsford, British Columbia
 
A registered non-profit organization which specializes in rehabilitating these birds by giving them lots of love, a good diet, toys to learn how to play and have fun and most of all enough space to move about and feel a sense of freedom.
 

Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary Surrey, British Columbia
 
Rescue and adoption; government registered nonprofit. Melanie Walker, 800, 15355 - 24th Ave., Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V4A 2H9, (604) 878-7212; info@greyhaven.bc.ca
 

 
Parrot Island Peachland, British Columbia
 
5090 MacKinnon Road Peachland, BC V0H 1X2 Phone: (250) 767-9030 Email:
 

 
Estry Hiltz Kamloops, British Columbia
 

 
Our goal is to find stable loving homes for all the birds who come to our shelter, but we will also offer sanctuary where birds we are unable to place in adoptive homes can live out their lives in a caring environment.
 

 
Germany
 

 
Fonds für bedrohte Papageien Site is in German.
 

 
The UK
 

 
We have been running now for just over 5 years. Our aims are to promote better care of parrots and to take in to our care any unwanted, mistreated, parrots.



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