We are proud to partner with the following avian charities:
Phoenix Landing Foundation
The Phoenix Landing Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit all-volunteer organization. It was
established to promote and protect the welfare of parrots, especially those with an
extensive lifespan. Phoenix Landing provides for parrots in need and acts as advocates for
those without protection.
Phoenix Landing's mission is to:
- Provide educational activities regarding the care and needs of parrots;
- Facilitate adoption for parrots who need a new family;
- Help parrots who outlive their guardians;
- Sponsor research of wild habitats and natural parrot behaviors;
- Support conservation and eco-tourism;
- Sponsor better avian education for vets and vet students; and
- Advocate standards of care for pet stores, breeders, and rescues.
The Gabriel Foundation
The Gabriel Foundation is a 501(c)(3) avicultural and veterinary affiliated parrot welfare
organization licensed by the State of Colorado, promoting educational outreach, conservation,
rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, long-term foster care, and sanctuary pertaining to the needs
of parrots everywhere.
The Foundation's 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
the avicultural community. The Foundation educates the public about the importance of providing
appropriately for the welfare of parrots in captivity and the need to preserve the world's parrots
in their wild habitats.
The Gabriel Foundation also provides for the general welfare of parrots in the public domain by providing accurate,
comprehensive and reliable educational and resource materials to the interested public at large through a variety of
The Oasis Sanctuary
The Oasis Sanctuary is a Rescue and Retirement facility for exotic birds, predominantly
CITES I and II endangered birds. We offer birds a stable and loving home for the
duration of their natural lives. We do not sell or breed birds. Nor do we offer birds for
The Oasis Sanctuary is proud to be the first exotic bird sanctuary to receive dual
accreditation from the American Sanctuary Association (ASA) and The Association of
Sanctuaries ( TAOS).
- To provide permanent Sanctuary to any Psittacines (parrot-type birds) who have no fatal, contagious disease but are otherwise unplaceable in homes;
- To develop and build naturalistic habitats (free-flights) for the birds in residence at The Oasis Sanctuary.
- To continue working with bona fide avian and animal welfare organizations in an effort to ensure that every parrot in captivity has a safe and loving home and that the remaining wild population is protected from commercial exploitation;
- To educate the public about Psittacines, their proper care in captivity and their place in the wild.
World Parrot Trust
Protecting parrots with your help...
Nearly one-third of all parrot species are threatened in the wild. And millions of pet parrots
share our lives and homes. As a leader in parrot conservation and welfare, the World Parrot
Trust works with parrot enthusiasts, researchers, local communities and government leaders
to encourage effective solutions that protect parrots.
To do this, we focus on:
- Conducting and supporting field conservation projects,
- Working to eliminate the international trade in wild caught parrots and;
- Increasing awareness of the plight of parrots, in the wild and in captivity.