The Landing Zone
Parrot Sanctuary, Inc.
Chad the Umbrella Cockatoo (Cacatua alba), This species has undergone a rapid population decline, principally
owing to unsustainable levels of exploitation.
The Landing Zone Parrot Sanctuary, Inc. [TLZPS] provides a safe and loving environment for recovery,
preservation and continual life-long care of pre-homed parrots including those who have been abused, neglected
TLZPS is a long term care facility with renewable resources to provide future care. We strive to preserve all
species and have plans to create a large, flight-friendly sanctuary. We work with similar facilities, and education
instututions to educate the public though talks, books and events focusing on parrot information, history,
psychological & health issues, care and attention needs, and general factual information about parrots.
"There are estimated to be between 10 to 17 million exotic birds in homes in the US" Parrots.com stated, If less
than 1% of these parrots need re-homed due to mental and physical duress, hardship, or displacement, that is
around 100,000 birds. There are not enough sanctuaries to take these all in, and we’d like to try to aid in resolving
this problem through education and awareness, as well as giving them a forever home when necessary.
As a public service we give a permanent home to parrots whose owners no longer have alternate choices and who
seek pemanent placement for their pets. We are needed in the community to educate the public on the importance
of preserving parrots as many are endangered species and to preserve them as their numbers are globally
We also will provide an educational service to teach people the responsibilities of taking on a parrot; general
parrot knowledge, specific specie care, and other information including how many years the commitment of
ownership entails, as opposed to a dog or cat -- a viewpoint that a sales-based bird store or present owner often
choose, or do not know to share.
As a family run business, TLZPS has been casted from the funds in our own pockets. We have had garage sales,
made items to sell on our website, and put out donation boxes to raise money to apply for our 501(c)(3) status with
the IRS. We have been graciously donated a concession trailer, in-which we now hold a volunteer-led bake sale at
the weekly local Street Fair- which 100% of profits benefit the care of our birds.
We also participate in larger fundraisers including the annual Tour De Palm Springs, a bike ride for Charity to
spike the communities involvement and interest in parrots and our organization.
With the approval of our 501(c)(3) status with the US IRS, we have broadened our opportunities to fund our parrot
rescue center. We are now able to seek additional sponsors, grants and funding to stay in business through
organizations requiring the 501(c)(3) to apply. This will allow the corporation to continue the programs we set up
now, for generations.
Individuals wanting to donate to the corporation would also know that their contributions generally are tax
Please consider helping our cause by making a donation or by volunteering!
For a Direct linke to their website , Click HERE
We are open every day from 8 am to 12 noon.
The Coachella Valley Wild Bird Center
46-500 Van Buren
Indio, CA 92201
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