The Gabriel Foundation is currently a part of a working committee of the Association of Avian Veterinarians whose task is to develop a standard of care for parrot welfare organizations, which include rescue and sanctuary groups. The Foundation is also an integral part of the WPWA (World Parrot Welfare Alliance), an international parrot welfare organization whose goal is to develop and promote greater awareness of the needs of parrots in captivity, whether in homes, rescue, sanctuary, or breeding facilities and in the retail pet trade through a set of guidelines and standards.
The Gabriel Foundation Aviary and Adoption Center is currently providing consistent, high quality care for a large number of psittacine birds. Birds come to TGF for a variety of reasons such as family or financial hardship, human guardians illness or death, conflict with spouse or children, lack of human interest and/or time, moving/relocation, a birds incomparability with humans expectations, a birds physical handicap, a birds chronic illness, rescue from animal cruelty, abandonment, lost bird, or request from a pet store, animal welfare organization, veterinarian and breeders to provide on-going care.
Our Medical Director evaluates the acute, chronic and long-term medical needs of all incoming and outgoing birds. Our team of attending and affiliated veterinarians, certified veterinary technicians, staff members and volunteers provides for the total health care, as well as psychological and environmental needs. Our staff to bird ratio is crucial to the rehabilitation process of our psittacine residents, where the needs of the individual bird come first. With the in-depth quality of care that TGF provides, many caring and committed adoptive families and guardians provide homes for those birds who will continue to thrive in a companion pet situation through The Gabriel Foundations highly structured adoption and screening process. For those birds that remain with us for the remainder of their lives, permanent sanctuary is a safe and enriched habitat dedicated to each residents well-being.
Mission: To give safe and healthy sanctuary to parrots in need, match extraordinary birds with caring adopters, and inspire and encourage all to provide a better life for companion parrots.
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