Hello!! I am your spokesman or spokesbird (as you can see) for this morning.. I was adopted from MARS along time ago so please know I am no longer for adoption as I have a wonderful home.. Just sayin!!!
So here is my message for everyone. Did you all know that right on top of the MARS home page, located right on top of the yellowÂ MARS letters are four small buttons that connect you to our you tube page and others???Â
Who would like us to put some new content there to share with all of you using those simple buttons.Â
Please once again share your thoughts with M.A.R.S. Soooo appreciate all who do so. Thank you for reading and following our exotic bird rescue, Melbourne Avian Rescue Sanctuary.
MelbourneÂ Avian Rescue Sanctuary (M.A.R.S.),Â justÂ wants to share a COMMENTÂ with all of you. Please take a moment to read.
We are receiving little to no donations from our Facebook venue (Florida Parrot Rescue MARS). Amazon Smile also yields little to nothing . So simply wondering what it would take to keep your support and your interest and remember that we are here and that we are an amazing organization for parrots and their people. Â We have helped and will continue to help all through so many situations that arise. We LOVE PARROTS!!!
Please Remember, Â we started this Rescue in March of 2008 and have STRUGGLED and SURVIVED but it would be so wonderful to have the ability to finally THRIVE….
It will take your support and your generosity to make this happen. Marsparrots.org/donations. Thanks for reading. We so appreciate any and all feedback via our e-mail email@example.com.
Sometimes here at MARS our Florida based Parrot rescue, you simply have to stop and smell the roses as they say. In this case it is playing ball with and Lorikeet named Jack.
Ziggy an Umbrella Cockatoo heard the noise and decided to attempt to join in. Although Jack tried to coax her to play the activity was to new to her to grasp the concept of playing ball.
Exotic birds have different responses to new activities but I am convinced Jack who is an awesome ball player (when a bottle is not offered) will be a good teacher for Ziggy to learn this new way to play.
Thanks for reading and watching from all here at MELBOURNE AVIAN RESCUESANCTUARY.
We are experiencing a very windy evening here on the beaches at MARS. By now you all know that is the abbreviation for Melbourne Avian Rescue Sanctuary. After a good day cleaning and feeding the MARS exotic birds, I invited Miss Ziggy out front for a brief time outside and it turned into a perfect photo opportunity. Hope you all enjoy.
Please remember, we need all of your help to continue doing all we do here at our nonprofit parrot rescue. You make it possible to help all those who continue to come through our doors to find new lives and new families who will love and care for them. This I can assure you is no easy undertaking. Thanks for reading. Thanks to all of you for your continued donations to our organization. Please be sure to share this to all you can reach.