With 23 acres of open and forested land, the New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary is the ideal location for our Humane Education Community Garden! Our Humane Education Community Garden is a learning place of natural beauty where folks of all ages can come to enjoy nature,...Read More
"For me, the sight of a parrot living alone, living in a cage, deprived of flight, miserably bored, breaks my heart. And the parrot’s too, perhaps." ~ Jane Goodall, Foster Parrots Supporter
Foster Parrots and The New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary will host our Eighth Annual
The festivities will start at 12:00 p.m. and will continue through 7:00 p.m.
Mark your calendars, and WATCH THIS PAGE for details! We have lots of GREAT things going on at the sanctuary, and we need your support more than ever!
Good news from the NEEWS: we’ve officially begun work on several important construction projects that will allow us to improve our residents’ quality of life! YAY!
In order to complete construction in a timely and efficient manner, we need to close the Sanctuary to general tours, until further notice. We’ll be sure to let you know when we’re ready to start hosting visits to our newly improved facilities.
Thank you for your patience and continued support during this exciting time!
If you feel you can make a long-term commitment to share your home with a parrot, ADOPT, DON’T SHOP! There are LOTS of GREAT birds out there who NEED good homes! Let us help you find that special bird who wants to be part of your family!
To introduce you to some of our adoptable birds, we’ll be profiling them on this Web page. Please check back frequently, to see new profiles.
This week, June 12th, 2015, we’d like to introduce you to
TUESDAY and LURCH are a pair of older, wild caught Senegals who met at our sanctuary a couple of years ago. We don’t know if they are male or female, but we suspect they are both male.