EBR would like to give a big Thank You to the following people and organizations for their help and dedication to our rescue!
Dr. Sean of Santa Clara Animal Hospital
For all his work with our rescue fids even offering to see them on an emergency basis at no cost and also giving free phone advice.
at Greenhill Humane Society in Eugene for supporting our orientation classes and toy making parties.
PETCO TUALATIN STORE ADOPTION EVENT
Jim James and your absolutely terrific staff at the Petco Tualatin store. WHO MADE THIS HAPPEN! Our Adoption Event at the Tualatin Petco was a huge success and we thank everyone who attended. Our wonderful Volunteers: Laura & Tony, Sarah & Amy, Jan, Shauna & Ryan, Kayla, Debbie, Christine, and Jarrine (and all our Face Book and Website readers who stopped by to say Hello) Thank you for giving your Saturday for the love of our rescue birds.
Patty Day of Gresham Oregon
Hanna Andersson Corporation
Gia Whitney and Bill Blodgett
Bruce and Bonnie Whitney
Grooming and everything else you can think of
Dr. Linter and the Avian Medical Center
All your work with Ruku
McKenzie Animal Hospital
All your work with all the rescue birds
Dr. Troy Everson
Your special attention to a cockatoo with an emergency.
Pipe Dreams Aviary
They have been very helpful in placing birds in forever homes including our latest adoption of Hyme and Trapper. Kim, Luke, and daughter Jayden own Pipe Dreams Aviary in Albany,Oregon. They provide rehabilitation, placement and education for exotic birds, pigeons, doves, gamebirds, small animals like guinea pigs, reptiles, ferrets, rats, mice, frogs, tortoises, tarantulas, scorpions and other invertebrates.They have been doing this for 24 years out of their home. They provide free classes to help these species of animals and their owners.They also provide transport and emergency takein for several wildlife facilities.They do about 100 free educational presentations throughout the Northwest yearly. They work with police departments, wildlife facilities, ODFW, USFG. ODA and USDA.They work very closely with all ethical rescues in Oregon and Washington who have the same goal as us: to educate.