Long ago, when we dreamed and planned, we named our home Sanctuary. We built and continue to build a symbiotic environment for birds and mammals. This was called a "hobby", when in truth it is our entire way of life. We accept anything with feathers but especially the infirm, the hunger and the orphaned. We also have accepted a miniature horse, goats, chickens, dogs, cats and two llamas. Have a look!

BirD-elicious Gourmet Parrot Food LINK

We have been using BirD-elicious Eclectus and now African Gray food for a couple of years and are extremely pleased. We started because the "Eckies" were in terrible feather from liver damage from many years of a straight pellet diet. Bottom line, the birds have re-feathered. It is forever changing the way to feed your birds. Check it out,
There is a link at the bottom of this page that takes you to BirD-elicious. Do yourself and you bird a favor, click it.
PASTE THE LINK IN YOUR BROWSER http://www.thebestbirdfood.com

A bird and his toy
2 weeks and still usable toy

2013 Tax Deductible Donation Time

2013 Tax Year

To: Friends of Birdlink Sanctuary,

Thank you for your donations to support the efforts of Birdlink Sanctuary, Inc. in 2012. It is time to consider your tax-deductible donation for this year.

How Much Does Your Bird Weigh?

Dear Bird Owners,
As our society grows ever larger, so then does the waist line of our birds. Birds that are sedentary do not burn the food they are taking in by moving from dish to dish. The attached file is an interesting observation by an avian vet, chronicling the the numbers of exotic birds he has seen and the average weight of each type based on his observations.

I checked our hyacinth, Lani and he is to weigh 2.5 pounds, 1144 grams. Now I have to get him on the scale. I'll let you know what he weighs. Check the list for your birds weight.

Birdlink Bird Adoption Center

Dear friends of Birdlink. Our numbers have grown significantly and I need to do more adoptions. I am looking for a store front in Weatherford where we can have "Birdlink Bird Adoption Center" for about 6 month, So more people can come see the birds and adopt. If someone needs more traffic in the store and wants to share their space. PLEASE come visit and talk to me. We do not have the thousands $ a month for rent but we have a lot of visitors from all over Texas and would dramatically increase the traffic to any location. We can be very good for business.


A Thank You note to a previous Owner

I've been wanting to write to you for months, but at first I didn't have an email address for you. You surrendered this bird a month before he came to live with me, so he's been part of my family a little over a year and a half. During that time, he learned to go to sleep a little more quickly. Now he only shrieks occasionally when I put the cover over his cage. He gives me particularly sweet chirps when he's tired and wants to go to bed, and wakes up in a good mood.

Good Bird

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Birdlink Sanctuary, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization in Weatherford, Texas dedicated to the rescue of unwanted, deformed, abused and neglected pet birds. All DONATIONS are tax-deductible!