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The Oasis Sanctuary exists to provide life-care for exotic birds, predominantly parrots. The Oasis Sanctuary does not breed, adopt out, sell or trade birds. We take in and care for birds who would otherwise be homeless, facing euthanasia due to age, non-contegious infirmity, aggression issues, or the death or life-threatening illness of a care-giver. Our goals are: To provide permanent Sanctuary to any Psittacines (parrot-type birds) who have no fatal, contagious disease but are otherwise unplaceable in homes; To develop and build naturalistic habitats (free-flights) for the birds in residence at The Oasis Sanctuary. To continue working with bona fide avian and animal welfare organizations in an effort to ensure that every parrot in captivity has a safe and loving home and that the remaining wild population is protected from commercial exploitation; To educate the public about Psittacines, their proper care in captivity and their place in the wild;
The Oasis Sanctuary is located on 72 acres in remote and rural southeastern Arizona. Currently (January 2018) we are permanent residence to almost 800 birds.
The Oasis has been in existance since 1997. We are proud to be accredited by the American Sanctuary Association (ASA) and The Association of Sanctuary's (TAOS.)