CHLOE SANCTUARY FOR PARROTS AND COCKATOOS

Healing through a combination of science and compassionate care.

Menifee, CA   |  http://www.chloesanctuary.org

Mission

The Chloe Sanctuary uses proven methods to help physically and emotionally damaged parrots and cockatoos heal, providing them sanctuary for life in an environment tailored to their needs. With recent estimates of up to 60 million captive psittacines—the larger species living up to 80 years—the need to train caretakers and inform the public is daunting. The average person bringing home a parrot does not realize that these creatures are like a two-year-old with a pair of pliers and a foghorn. Education is the key to protecting these unique creatures, we use educational video productions to inform the public about these exceptional wild animals.

Ruling year info

2008

Executive Director

Rev. Don Scott

Main address

25550 Pelion Rd

Menifee, CA 92584 USA

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EIN

26-2630721

NTEE code info

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

Bird Sanctuary/Preserve (D32)

Animal Training, Behavior (D61)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Minds With Wings

We support our local community by teaching "reward training" and the basic principles of applied behavior analysis in clear and simple language. Our training sessions include hands-on experiences with parrots, audio- video, and training materials such as the Captive Exotic Bird Care manual published by the Avian Welfare Coalition, Born Free USA with the Animal Protection Institute, and the ASPCA.

Population(s) Served

The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos provides permanent sanctuary for special needs birds in the Southern Riverside areas of California. We educate the public through our YouTube channel and other social media.

We provide sanctuary for abused, physically challenged, and emotionally unstable birds. We work to heal both the psyche through the use of Applied Behavior Analysis and the body through proper veterinary care.

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Awards

Certificate of Excellence - Learning and Living with Animals 2008

Behavior Works

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Our primary goals are: to continue to expand to rescue, rehabilitate, and adopt out birds to knowledgeable caretakers, to educate the public on the special needs of captive avians, and to provide support to those who wish to find a way to continue to live with their birds overcoming functional misbehaviors such as screaming or biting.

Our strategies are to educate our volunteers and the public in the biology and psychology of captive psittacines, to teach the skills needed through our Minds With Wings program in order to form the human/parrot bond, and to provide the highest care for birds in transition or birds unable to cope with captivity.

We are partnered with Discovery Valley Animal Hospital and Avian and Exotic Animal Hospital to provide medical care for abused birds. Our founder is certified in Applied Behavior Analysis specifically for Avian issues and provides training for our foster parents and adoptive parents. We have established a strong social presence in San Diego through local networking, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

From our modest beginnings we now have several homes qualified to rehabilitate parrots, a sanctuary location for training foster parents and the public as well as housing up to 12 birds for rehabilitation, and we are well known throughout the county of San Diego. We are partnered with The Humane Society and San Diego Animal Control.

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CHLOE SANCTUARY FOR PARROTS AND COCKATOOS

Board of directors
as of 10/04/2022
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Board chair

Ms. Debbie Mayfield

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Term: 2020 - 2023

Debbie Mayfield

The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos

Jeffrey Jenkins

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Daniel Geary

The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos

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