Join The Parrot Club on Saturday, October 9, at 4 pm ET/1 pm PT for a live walkthrough of the Rhode Island Parrot Rescue aviaries followed by a Q&A with Facility Director Corrie Butler.
Rhode Island Parrot Rescue (RIPR) is the only nonprofit rescue in the State of Rhode Island to focus exclusively on rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming exotic birds to qualified homes for adoption. As one of the premier bird rescues in New England, their team of dedicated volunteers provides daily care for each bird in their flock including a well-balanced pelleted diet, fresh water, fruits and vegetables, interaction, and training in a clean, safe environment in Warwick, RI. They average 85 adoptions per year and provide constant care to a flock of 50 to 70 birds. This is the 5th anniversary of the Weston Connecticut Parrot Seizure, a massive hoarding situation in September, 2016, which resulted in 117 exotic birds being brought to RIPR all at once!
While RIPR is a regular presence at our annual (until before COVID) Birdie Bash, most of us have not had the opportunity to visit there in person, so this is your chance to see what RIPR is all about!
Learn more about RIPR at https://www.riparrots.org/. Donations are gratefully accepted!
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RIPR Etsy shop. All purchases support the birds!