An inspirational approach to Life, Love, and Birds
Morgan the Camelot Macaw
Morgan the Macaw became a sensation - one of our first project birds, she came to us with a deformed foot and a history of neglect and hurt. With her new owner, Patty, we began working with Morgan and found that no matter what, she never gave up. Her deformity didn't define her, it only made her stronger.
Comet the Camelot Macaw
Comet, one of our Camelot Macaws, is known for 2 things: his beautiful plumage, and his tendency to check if his feet are still attached! However, sometimes when life gets out of control, it's good to look down at your feet and remember to BE in the present.
Touche the Indian Ringneck Parakeet
Touche was one of our project birds who, when we first saw him, we weren't sure if he would ever be able to fly. His wings were butchered and his trust in people was limited. However, against all odds, he flew all around our house, earning him the nickname "Torpedo"! His wings may have been clipped, but his heart wasn't.
Bandit the Galah (RIP)
In July of 2019, Bandit, our Galah, passed away suddenly from an unknown toxin. He was our baby boy and one of the best birds anyone could have asked for. His bubbly and cheery personality was infectious, and he inspired so many people from all over the world to learn and do better by their birds. We miss and love you Bandit. RIP.