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 organized an educational presentation on safe handling and towelling of companion birds on August 28 in Qualicum Beach, B.C. Karen White, an avian vet tech, presented hands on demonstrations of towelling, medication administration, and discussed other husbandry...read more
These are the birds which attended the September 16th, PRC organized meeting in Qualicum Beach, BC, which was lead by Pat Phillips and her talented Moluccan Cockatoo, Bertie.read more
Hagen Bird Care and Mark Hagen, thank you for the generous donation of your product to Parrot Island Sanctuary, Peachland, B.C.; Pacific NW Raptors, Duncan, B.C. and Weary Wings Parrot Refuge, Wetaskiwin, AB. Very happy and healthy birds thanks to your continuing...read more
You’ve made a $100.00 payment to Midwest Avian Adoption and Rescue Services 501C3. Thank you for your donation to: "Emergency Funding for our Flock" will appear on your statement as “WPY* Midwest Avian Adoption and Rescue Services 501C3” Around noon on Tuesday,...read more
http://www.birdendowment.org/inBolivia/nidoAdoptivo.shtml Thank you to the anonymous PRC supporter who built the domestic wild bird houses which we sold to enable PRC to again sponsor a $250 US nest box for the Bird Endowment Program in Bolivia. Thanks to those who...read more
In March, 2017 we saw a post in PRC Discussion on a recently rescued Sulphur Crested Cockatoo in Ontario. Buddy, had spent most of his life in a cockatiel cage in a garage. Pamela R. saw Buddy's post online. Her finances prevented her from purchasing a new cage, she...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.