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Welcome to The Global Nest Exotic Bird Sanctuary.
The birds we take in cannot be adopted out because their life experiences have left them
untrusting towards most people. We work with the Humane Society, Police, and Animal control agencies for
Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Butte, Sutter, Solano and Napa Counties. We are committed to saving the lives of abused
parrots. Many of the parrots in our care would have been euthanized if we did not take them into our sanctuary.
We dedicate ourselves to understanding the special needs and providing unconditional love for each one of these
parrots in the safe forever home here at our sanctuary. We hope that you will spend some time checking out our
website and getting to know our resident birds. Please note that we do NOT sell, breed or adopt out our birds, however,
your support is needed. We hope that you will see a bird or two that you would like to help support.
Please remember that
we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, federal charity, so any donations that you make to our birds is 100% tax deductible. All of our
time is donated, so 100% of your gift goes to the birds. You may chose to sponsor a specific bird or just donate to the sanctuary.
Please feel free to contact us for a receipt for your donations.
We are a validated charity with AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is
a simple and automatic way for you to support our sanctuary at no cost to you. Just shop smile.amazon.com, and chose
Global Nest Exotic Bird Sanctuary as your charity. You will find the exact same low prices and convenient shopping experience as
Amazonsmile.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to our sanctuary!
Thank you to My Safe Bird Store for supporting our rescue,
by providing free shipping for donated items.
Please click on logo below to see how you may be a part
of helping our birds.
Warmly and with respect,
Michael Cox, and the entire staff and flock here at the Global Nest Exotic Bird Sanctuary,
located in the Mendocino National Forest.
(C) Michael P. Cox 2015