Sunroom & House Birds


A few of the parrots living at Project Perry are emotionally or physically unable to live safely or comfortably in an aviary.  At Project Perry we offer every bird the chance to live in a free flight aviary if they choose to do so.  In some cases a bird may be very aggressive and therefore unable to live with other birds due to the threat of attack.  Some are unable to fly, unable to protect themselves, or unable to make the change to aviary from a lifetime in a cage.  In cases such as these, they live in the sunroom where they have plenty of room for short flights, play, and enrichment.  Some of our residents enjoy human interaction more than others, and they are able to enjoy more time with human interaction in this atmosphere.  We at Project Perry prefer all birds to enjoy the freedom of free flight, but here at the sanctuary, we allow the bird to make the choice and we do our best to give them what they wish so that they may enjoy their life.  

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Basil came to us as a rescue in late 2019. Basil's prior owner left him on the front porch where she fed the local raccoons. One day, the raccoons were hungry and tried to pull Basil through the bars because they were "most likely hungry and thought he was food." Basil arrived here and had a partial wing amputation that sadly didn't heal completely which caused us to have a full wing amputation surgery. Now, he is 100% healed and he is doing FANTASTIC! He's a very happy and loved bird! :-)