REP for Wildlife; SoCal Parrot

SoCal Parrot was founded to bridge the gap for care and consideration for wild, naturalized parrots and to be a resource for wild parrot rehabilitation, education and protection. REP for Wildlife is the parent organization for SoCal Parrot. REP stands for rehabilitate, educate and protect. SoCal Parrot is our first endeavor to rehabilitate injured wild parrots, educate the public about the plight of wild parrots and to protect them from harm.
Help save injured and orphaned wild parrots
 
This project will allow SoCal Parrot to care for, feed and shelter wild parrots in Southern California. We accept any wild parrot that is injured or orphaned. Injured parrots are provided any necessary veterinary medical care and rehabilitated at our sanctuary. Orphaned parrot chicks are cared for around the clock. All healthy parrots will be integrated into our sanctuary's wild flock then released back into the wild. Non-releasable wild parrots will live out their lives in our sanctuary. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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