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    Prized for their beauty, parrots have wild instincts that may challenge their relationship with humans.

  • rabbit

    Do your homework before adopting symbols of spring, such as rabbits, chicks, and ducklings. Too many end up unwanted.

  • Forever Wild Avian Sanctuary

    Forever Wild’s sanctuary animals provide opportunities for both education and adoption.


Forever Wild is a sanctuary for birds and other domestic animals rescued from abandonment or neglect. Adoption to an approved home is our primary goal.

Sanctuary for What Animals?

We are a sanctuary for parrots, chickens, domestic ducks, geese, pheasants, peafowl, turkeys, and other domestic fowl. We also accept domestic rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters.

Animals in Need of Rescue

If you are faced with a situation in which a domestic bird or rabbit needs to be rescued or relinquished, contact the Sanctuary at (520) 574-3579. We also accept pigeons, starlings, and English sparrows.

Need Parrot Sitting?

Forever Wild Animal Sanctuary provides both short-term and long-term boarding services for all types of parrots, offering a sanctuary environment that is friendly, safe, and competent.

Chirps & Squawks

Taking Care of Your Adopted Bird

Taking Care of Your Adopted Bird

With each of our parrot adoptees, the Forever Wild Avian Sanctuary provides a set of guidelines that are helpful to the owner – as well as being useful in keeping the bird in a happy, healthy home environment. For a...
Our Supply Wish List Is Still Valid

Our Supply Wish List Is Still Valid

Our Sanctuary is still in need of many of the supplies originally listed last August. Can you help us out?  We remain a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization,  and your contributions can have tax deduction benefits. Our Sanctuary was privileged to have...
Writing It Down Is Important!

Writing It Down Is Important!

Parrots are known for their longevity. In many instances, parrots have been companions to an owner for a considerable number of years. Unfortunately, some of these wonderful birds arrive at our Sanctuary because of an owner’s illness; aging and no...