Avian Welfare Resource Center from the The Avian Welfare Coalition (AWC) is a grassroots network of representatives from avian welfare, animal protection, and humane organizations dedicated to the ethical treatment and protection of birds living in captivity and in their natural habitats. The mission of the AWC is to prevent the abuse, exploitation, and suffering of captive birds, and to address the crucial issues of rescue, placement, and sanctuary for displaced birds. The AWC also supports efforts to insure the survival of wild birds and the conservation of their natural habitats.



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National Bird Day - January 5

AWC Store

Don't Buy...Adopt!

Pet Store Watch


Animal & Environmental Conservation

Bird Conservation Organizations & Information

The Blue Macaws
Birds Are For Watching

Buffon's Macaw in Ecuador

EIA - Environmental Investigation Agency

Free Parrots.Net

The California Parrot Project

The Indonesian Parrot Project/Project Bird Watch *

Macaw Landing Foundation

The Nature Conservancy: Wings of the Americas

PBS Nature - Parrots: Look Who's Talking
The World Conservation Union

World Parrot Trust

General Environmental Conservation Organizations & Information


BioBrasil Foundation

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)

Defenders of Wildlife

Do I Dare Eat That Banana?

Earthwatch Institute


Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)


International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)

National Audubon Society

National Wildlife Federation (NFW)

Rare Species Conservatory Foundation

The Sierra Club


Tropical Rainforest Coalition

United Animal Nations (UAN)

U.S. Code: Title 16: Chapter 69: Wild Exotic Bird Conservation

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

The World Conservation Union (IUCN)

World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)


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