Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary

Non Profit Parrot Rescue Organization


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Hudson Update

Hi everyone put some new pictures of conures and cockatiels. Keep an eye out for more to come.

Thanks to a group of wonderful volunteers we have made some great progress to the macaw flight and have brought another group of birds over to Hudson via their very large trucks and trailers.  We are hoping to move more birds and cages soon and can always use some extra help so give us a call if you have large trailers or trucks.

Remember we are always in need of volunteers especially at this time.  It takes us on average more then 5 hours just to feed the birds so whether you can build, clean, spray a water bottle and chat with a few birds, make some bird toys that they lovingly rip apart in 2.2 seconds or just come to support and help give a bottle of water to someone for their hard work,  we would love to see you.  None of this would be possible if it weren’t for all of you, your love and hard work for all these  wonderful birds.  Not only does volunteering feel good in your heart but its great excersise for the mind and body too!  Just seeing the birds brings and unconditional smile to your face as well as they love seeing!

Again, let us know if you are able to help us move some birds by sending us an email at birdmother@flabirdsanctuary.com with your number and we will give you a call back.


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A Nutty Update!

What a heartfelt and wonderful response we had from our supporters for our request for almonds and pelleted diet so loved by the flock and which are so very healthy for them.  Enough of you committed the funds to cover a couple months worth of the items we requested.  We are very grateful to our wonderful supporters that step up in times of need! THANK YOU!

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Steffani, a volunteer from Wiregrass Ranch High School feeding a Macaw one of its favorite treats!