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You can help The Avian Reconditioning Center by sponsoring one of our raptor residents through the Adopt-a-Bird program. Our Adoptions make great gifts for kids, relatives, and wildlife lovers! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and 100% of all donations go directly to bird care.
Adoption sponsorship donations help us with the cost of food, housing supplies, medicine and veterinary care for the birds at our facility and also helps to fund our rehabilitation and education efforts.
With your adoption, you receive a certificate of adoption, photo, and a packet of information on your adopted bird. You can choose to sponsor any of our Owls, Falcons, Hawks, Kites, or Eagles!
If this is a gift: Please provide the recipient's name and mailing information, so your adoption packet can be delivered to the correct address. If you would like to include a personal message, please use the "add special instructions to seller" option during check out.
Your donation is tax-deductible where allowed by law and your support is truly appreciated. Thank you for helping us help the birds!
Personalized adoption certificate, 4x6 color photo, biography and species information, annual subscription to our newsletter-
Branching Out, complimentary scheduled visit to ARC
All the benefits of the Patron level plus a photo of you with your bird at ARC
Friend of the ARC $250
All the benefits of the Sponsor level plus a Great Outdoor guide, “Birds of Prey” and invitations to special ARC events
Partner in Flight $500
All the benefits of the Friend level plus a specially selected book on the sponsored species
Avian Angel $1000
All the benefits of the Partner level plus a private falconry flight demonstration
Bird Buddy Classroom Kit $55
This kit features 16 master activity sheets designed to supplement environmental education at the elementary school level focusing on birds of prey, 30 “Bird Buddy” ID cards, photo and personalized classroom adoption certificate, biography and species info, and annual subscription to Branching Out, ARC’s newsletter.