We work hard to make sure that all the birds here at Macaw Rescue and Sanctuary are well cared for. But, unfortunately we can't do it without people like you and your donations of time and money. So, if you ever feel like you want to be a part of our family and help some of the most beautiful birds around, check us out.
A sanctuary is expensive to run. The Macaw Rescue and Sanctuary houses over 600 birds of varying species. Housing needs continue to grow or require repair and renovation. Food is an important and expensive portion of our budget. All funds received go for the care of the birds, materials for housing or items produced to generate awareness and support. All staff are unpaid volunteers.
Find us on Facebook and YouTube! We have been filmed by King 5 News (Seattle NBC affiliate station) and featured on Evening Magazine (also King 5 Television). Macaw Rescue and Sanctuary is a regular visitor on "Martha Norwalk's Animal World" at 1150 AM KKNW Radio.