Light up their Lives!

Did you know that Parrots are essentially wild animals? They are accustomed to natural full spectrum light from the sun.

In a domestic environment, they need full spectrum light to stave off depression and anxiety. A parrot’s vision is extraordinary and it is their most important sense. Full spectrum light is crucial to a [...]

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A Great Day for Education, Support and Fun!

Our 2nd Annual Garuda Gala Fundraiser took place on Saturday, June 22, 2013, and what a great day it was!

The weather was perfect and over 200 visitors attended our Gala this year. Many of our guests were first time visitors and everyone crowded around the outdoor flight cage to see the flock and learn [...]

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Please come to the 2nd Annual Garuda Aviary Gala!

Our 2nd Annual Garuda Gala Fundraiser is happening this year on Saturday, June 22 from 1 pm – 4 pm at The Garuda Aviary in Poolesville, Maryland.

Bird viewing will be available during the entire event, plus live music by “Crosswinds”, featuring an eclectic mix of hits from the 60′s through today that will get [...]

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Volunteer At Garuda Aviary!

Would you like to become a volunteer at the Garuda Aviary?

Currently, we are recruiting new volunteers to help our crew in the Garuda Aviary, our Lifelong Sanctuary for abused, neglected, and abandoned companion Parrots and other exotic Birds.

As a volunteer at the Garuda Aviary some of your duties may include, [...]

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Welcome to Garuda Aviary!

 A non-profit, lifelong sanctuary for Abused,
Neglected and Abandoned Companion Parrots

Our Mission: Lifetime Shelter and Public Education

When to visit us
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Garuda Aviary Needs Volunteers!

Amigo2Do you want to learn about parrots? What they should eat? What kind of stimulation they need? Their language? Their history? How they think? How they feel?

Are you good with animals? Do you feel like you know how to talk to them? How to respond to them and what their responses mean?

If you said yes to any of these questions, then maybe you should consider volunteering at Garuda Aviary.

Learn more

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We have a new page in our Education section:
What We Feed Our Flock and Why

The Garuda Aviary is a non-profit sanctuary whose mission is to provide lifelong care for abused, neglected and abandoned companion parrots as well as provide education to the public about the plight of parrots worldwide.
Currently Garuda Aviary provides care for over 50 Parrots, many of whom have been reintroduced to life as “part of the flock” for the first time in their lives. In addition to our climate-controlled indoor facility, our birds can experience the feel of the sun on their wings in our spacious outdoor flight cage.

 We are also committed to educating the public about the huge commitment, responsibility and difficulty of keeping parrots as pets and address the tragic effects of the cruel and inhumane illicit bird trade. The goal is to prevent future abuse, neglect and abandonment.

We invite you to please take a moment right NOW and view this short 10 minute video, which will give you a complete overview of the Garuda Aviary and our mission of compassion.

Please be patient, it will stay black for a few seconds before playing!

Become a supporter of the Garuda Aviary TODAY and be a part of helping to make a HUGE difference in the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned Parrots!

We rely solely on contributions from our kind supporters.
YOU can make a difference!

TO donate NOW, or for more information, please click on our “CONTRIBUTE” tab.

Here is a recent MSN News article about the problem with parrots as pets:
Parrot rescuers struggle to keep up with unwanted birds

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