Men have forgotten this truth. But you must not forget it. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.Antoine de Saint Exupéry
Our latest news:
PRC has updated some of its information in their Children's Tool Kits. Here are two of the updated booklets. Thank you to Rambler Fabrication Inc. - Bill and...read more
We delighted to again have received a limited number of top quality hand-made cedar song bird houses from an anonymous supporter in Alberta. The proceeds from the sale of these enables PRC to continue our support to Bird Endowment -- Saving Blue-throated Macaws at The...read more
Tico, is a Meyer's parrot who found his next loving adoptive home through the PRC adoption program. He is now an educational ambassador for PRC, visiting schools in southern Alberta with Daphne J., his caregiver and PRC member, and her grandchildren. The school- Ecole...read more
Nathaniel is a lovely, male (DNAed) Blue Fronted Amazon who entered our adoption program in early November from Ontario. He is sixteen years young and originally from the United States (hatch certificate). He was with his original family until November, from November...read more
Thank you Lisa for another generous donation of The Lonely Parrot books, an educational non-fiction account of JoJo's life. JoJo was a beautiful Moustache Parakeet adopted by Lisa. PRC's affiliation with Lisa goes back several years, she has always been a true...read more
"This morning, December 10 2016 at 8:30, Radar in his natural habitat, like he always should have been there." - Adoptive Family Parrot Resource Centre was contacted by a distraught gentleman who was searching for a good rescue to help him find the best home for his...read more
PRC is looking for volunteers & foster homes in Canada
We are looking for individuals who have a passion for companion birds and some available time to volunteer/foster with Parrot Resource Centre. If you can handle some stress, make a commitment and want to make a difference to parrots, we would love to hear from you.
Whether it be direct contact with parrot caregivers, writing thank you cards, presenting educational information on parrots, we need volunteers and foster homes (all foster homes do require a home check and completed application, experience not a prerequisite).
The Parrot Resource Centre (PRC) was founded as an educational parrot resource for individuals experiencing challenges with their parrot/s, as well as those considering adding a parrot to their life or facing rehoming of their parrot(s).
PRC is a registered, non-profit, all-volunteer Society governed by an at “arms length” board of directors. The finances are independently audited by a certified general accountant annually.
PRC does not support breeding or sale of parrots, we advocate ADOPTION.