We're Here to Help You
BOPS understands that there are many reasons why a parrot must be surrendered and has an open admission policy of accepting all birds regardless of health (barring certain flock-endangering diseases), species, age and behavioral issues.
If you have found yourself in the challenging position of having to surrender your parrot, we’ll work with you to ensure the best possible solution for you and your bird. Many of our parrots have permanent residency at our sanctuary, but please note that we may be able to help you keep your bird at home—or there may be adoption/ re-homing options that we can provide for friendly birds that would do well in a home.
WHAT TO EXPECT
When surrendering a parrot, the first step is to contact us.
Please complete a surrender inquiry by clicking the button below. After reviewing your inquiry, a member of the BOPS team will email (or call) you to discuss your bird and explain to you who we are and how we work.
All new parrots must be tested and receive a complete physical exam (including weighing), fecal and blood chemistries. We test for Psittacine, Beak and Feather disease, Polyoma and Chlamydia (Psittacosis).
There is a placement fee that we will discuss when we reach out to you.
17020 Water Line Rd
Bradenton FL 34212
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