The Tropics Exotic Bird Refuge
Warning! Breeders Latest Tactics
It appears that now breeders are going so far as to not just sell unweaned babies, which I'm told is now illegal, but selling so-called fertile parrot eggs, and at bundle prices. BEWARE: To the untrained eye who would know if the eggs are even fertile. If they are, then you'd have to keep them at a steady temperature and humidity and turn constantly. If they were to hatch you'd have to wear magnifying glasses to find their tiny beaks to feed even one drop an hour 24/7. That's just the beginning! NEED I SAY MORE?!? Do not fall for the traps of eggs and unweaned baby birds! It's the breeders' ways of offloading unweaned babies where you take the risk of losing your money and the baby should something go wrong, and nothing more need be said regarding the eggs!
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30 Years of Service
John Thomas Bradford

In Memory of John Thomas Bradford — click photo to read more

PLIGHT OF RESCUERS AND THEIR BIRDS

Established in 1989, then becoming THE NATION’S FIRST NON-PROFIT PARROT SANCTUARY IN 1994, we are celebrating our 30th ANNIVERSARY! Thank you for all of your support over these years.

The Tropics is Dedicated to Bird Welfare:
Serving as a refuge for long term care of orphaned, neglected, injured, handicapped, abused and unwanted breeder and pet birds. In addition, the rescue of raptors and the rehabilitation of songbirds and migratory birds. Read more about our mission here.

Sollie

Sollie

News from Mary
First let me introduce you to my newest handicapped bird, Sollie the Scarlet Macaw. She’s a DNA sexed female and has been here since July 10. She has neurological issues that I think are affecting her sight. It appears that she either can’t focus or has depth perception problems, or both. She is quite a Diva, tho, as the only food she will eat is, of course, Harrison’s the most expensive and hardest to find at good prices, but she gets it. She also loves home cooked food as a supplement.
Read Mary’s full letter here.

 

Critical need for donations now, please consider giving to help these birds.

We have many ways that you can give to help our feathered friends! You can donate directly to us by clicking the PayPal logo to the left, or you can make a donation though JustGive by clicking their logo below. You can also give while you are doing your regular shopping by using iGive. Read more about this by clicking their logo below. If you would prefer to send a check, the info is at the bottom of the page.

Please note, The Tropics is a 501(c)(3) organization, so all contributions you make are fully tax deductible!

Thanking you in advance for your gifts. THE TROPICS’ BIRDS!


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Orko!

Camera man from one of our TV shows totally smitten by Orko!

Macaw

Cameraman from Good Houskeeping Magazine with me and Rita the Macaw

Orko

Producer from another TV show with Orko