- Big thanks to Jamie L Strandquest for your donation! 13 hours ago
The first year, we took in 350 birds. The second, it was 500, the third, it was 600. Now this year, through October, we’ve taken in about 1,400 birds.
“Ninety-five percent of the birds [we] see are here for man-made reasons. Fish hooks in their beaks, dog and cat attacks, running into windows. We are hurting them, so I feel like we should be helping them. I’m trying to bridge the gap between the community and wildlife, so they can be educated.”
Amelia Mason, Founder