An Exotic Birds Rescue and Sanctuary

"Our Safe Haven for Exotic Birds"

  
Under My Wing Avian Refuge  
1243 Rte 23 North  
Wantage, New Jersey 07461  

Tel. 973.702.7770  
Email:
info@exoticbirdsrefuge.org





Our Existence Is  of Paramount Importance to the Parrots' Lives and Well Being.”

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YOU ARE A CHAMPION FOR OUR CAUSE

Memorial Gift SUPPORT UNDER MY WING AVIAN REFUGE

Thank you for supporting Under My Wing 
Established in 2007 the refuge is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
We serve the needs of behaviorally and physically challenged birds, the
sick and elderly, and the adoptable birds awaiting for their own new loving home.
Established are several Gift Giving funds for
you to help us meet our budget and support our work
Be a Champion for the Birds who so rightfully deserve the best.

DON'T JUST GIVE TO OUR CAUSE, GIVE TO CHANGE IT!

Thank You for Becoming our Digital Angel! "

A Wing's Helper 

         A Wing’s Helper choice is best suited but not limited to individuals 
who are willing to love and to help finance the needs of a bird’s caree

  
when unable to adopt and have the bird physically in your home.
Gift of Love
Under My Wing
Building Fund
Contribution
Under My Wing
General Fund
Contribution

Pennies For Parrots 
Emergency Fund for
Parrots Worldwide
Under My Wing
Veterinary Fund

Why Not Give?

We do not receive any additional funding to help with operational costs. Because we are a nonprofit corporation we cannot issue shares of stock, we are not Government of State funded and rely on your support to help us sustain maintain a sanctuary for unwanted and high-risk adoptable exotic birds. 

Our charitable work is quite an undertaking that many rather give up a bird than to serve the bird’s needs, care and love them unconditionally. For many birds we are their last line of support. Our parrot caretakers generously dedicate their lives to taking in and caring for these unwanted birds. More times than not the organization founder uses personal income in order to assure the birds are well cared for and not lack for anything.

Praying on your kindness and your compassion to give is not done without realistic expected expenses. In addition we must also persevere in order to meet the high cost of maintaining our reputable organization as we continue to provide the finest quality of care for the complete physiological, psychological, and environmental needs unwanted and high-risk captured birds and their long lifespan. If you are willing to contribute to be the birds care and all that is associated with providing for their care. The best ways to help is to donate funds to our cause. Your contribution is tax deductible, and money matters to help us make a difference in their everyday life. Caring for these birds here at the refuge is expensive.

Our list of operational cost to maintain the only housing our birds are relying on:

  • Alarm system monotoring cost
  • Annual liability insurance policy
  • Building maintenance and repairs
  • Business registration (federal, state and city)
  • Cleaning equipment and supplies
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Disinfectants
  • Electric, water and heating expense
  • Endowment insurance for the birds long-term future care
  • Fundraising and adoption preperation cost
  • Feeding syringes and special food for sick parrots
  • Garbage and dumpster cost
  • Ground keeping and snow removal
  • Heating lamps and panels
  • Legal and accounting cost
  • Office supplies, postage and delivery cost
  • Outdoor aviaries parts and equipment for repairs
  • Paid staff for bird care and cleaning (when volunteers are not available)
  • Painting of walls and woodwork
  • Paper towels and baby wipes
  • Parrot disease testing lab fees
  • Parrot cremation cost
  • Parrot food including pellets, fruit, vegetables, nuts and seed
  • Parrot grooming
  • Parrot microchip and registration fees
  • Parrot necropsy
  • Parrot new cages and parrot stands
  • Parrot towels strictly for bird use
  • Parrot toys, swings, bowls and other necessary items
  • Prescriptions for sick birds
  • Quarantine supplies, equipment and wear gear
  • Replacement cost of cages
  • Required and emergency veterinarian expense
  • State Wildlife required and scientific permits
  • Stripping and polishing of floors
  • Tarps for outdoor aviaries
  • Telephone, cell expense and internet
  • Travel expense
  • Vehicle insurance and maintenance cost
  • Web site domain and hosting
MONEY MATTERS!

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED

THANK YOU!

Year end statemets for your Tax Deduction end on December 31st and mailed no later than January 15th.

Freddy

Clifford
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