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WELCOME TO ZAKSEE FLORIDA BIRD SANCTUARY
Kindness, caring and compassion is what our Zaksee Florida Bird Sanctuary is all about. We are here for parrots that really need a loving home. We have a safe haven for parrots that can live the remainder of their days in a loving environment. Our aviaries are extremely spacious which allows our parrots to fly freely and use those big beautiful wings extensively. Zaksee Florida Bird Sanctuary was established for one reason only, to “provide a loving home for parrots that truly need us”. The sanctuary is located on over 200,000 square feet of land surrounded by rolling streams of fresh water and luscious greenery. The ambiance of our sanctuary is breath taking. Each and every bird on this property receives our undivided attention. We are not about numbers, but rather about providing each parrot with the attention they so desperately deserve. We do have an extensive waiting list, however, those parrots requiring our immediate attention, we will truly try to accommodate.
Every dollar helps and 100% of your donation is tax deductible
and goes directly to the rescue, rehab and giving a parrot the freedom to fly again.
WHAT IS AN ANIMAL SANCTUARY ?
An animal sanctuary is a facility where animals are brought to live and be protected for the rest of their lives. Unlike animal shelters, sanctuaries do not seek to place animals with individuals or groups, instead maintaining each animal until his or her natural death. In some cases, an establishment may have characteristics of both a sanctuary and a shelter; for instance, some animals may be in residence temporarily until a good home is found and others may be permanent residents. The mission of sanctuaries is generally to be safe havens, where the animals receive the best care that the sanctuaries can provide. Animals are not bought, sold, or traded, nor are they used for animal testing. The resident animals are given the opportunity to behave as naturally as possible in a protective environment.