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NYC bird care centers:
If you do not have the ability to reach a NYC
care center for birds, try our list of NYC bird
Brooklyn bird care centers:
Pet Haven Animal Hospital:
Accepts injured and wild birds
290 McDonald Ave.
New York City bird care centers:
Animal Medical Center Hours:
They will accept all injured wildlife.
62nd 510 E 62nd St
Accepts injured wildlife during 1-3 pm but you
must call and make an appointement.
588 Columbus Ave @ 87th Street.
Karen Hidegerd or Rita McManna
Dr. C.W. Schaubut
241 Eldridge St. (bet. Houston and Stanton)
Call for hours – Closed Sunday
Queens bird care centers:
Boulevard Animal Clinic:
Accepts injured and wild birds, seagulls, etc.
112-49 Queens Blvd. (bet. 75th and 76th Rd.)
Staten Island bird care center:
Northside Animal Hospital
If you get a bird after hours or on weekends call
anyway and they either take the bird or refer you to
someone who can. Not difficult to get there by
ferry or bus.
773 Post Ave
Staten Island, NY
New Jersey bird care centers:
Arcadia Bird Sanctuary and Educational Center
Accept birds from anywhere.
PO Box 548
PH: (732) 995-8562
Fax: (732) 462-0377
email: [email protected]
NYC animal welfare links:
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Long Island bird care centers:
Accepts swans, pigeons, geese and chickens.
Angel’s Gate cares for animals relinquished by their
human companions or by shelters because of
medical reasons; they work with physically
challenged animals and are a wildlife rehabilitation
center as well.
18 Josephine Lane
Fort Salonga, NY
Circle of Life Farm
Accept peacocks, turkeys, pheasants, chickens and roosters, ducks, rabbits, geese, parakeets and cockatiels.
228 Messina Street North
Great River, NY 11722
The Priceless Parrot Preserve, Inc.
Will accept birds from anywhere.
Performs rescues, but usually just in Long Island.
Takes any abused or abandoned bird (unless sick
and contagious) and gives them a permanent home.
Many are endangered and are taken to schools for education.
P.O. Box 691
Volunteers for Wildlife
Accepts all birds.
Huntington is a one-hour ride on the Long Island
Railroad. If you want to take the bird there call first.
One of the interns or volunteers will pick you up
at the station. If you have no way of going to either of
these places, please call to arrange a pickup.