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Matilda

We are a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity that is for the birds. Today the legacy of charitable giving is more relevant than ever. It’s the idea that YOU, our members, supporters, and donors, are the true foundation that enables us to save birds’ lives every day with your contributions to The Gabriel Foundation’s programs. We are ALWAYS in need of these supplies and any help you can provide is so appreciated.

Amazon Wish List:
We’ve put together a wish list on Amazon.com to make it quick and easy to send a donation off to us: Amazon.com Wish List

Enrichment Supplies (Suggested Websites):

Toy Parts (Suggested Websites):

Cages:

  • The Gabriel Foundation is always in need of new or used cages. Our biggest need is large cages for medium to large birds. Please contact us for further information if you have a cage you want to donate.

Gift Cards:

  • Home Depot: Hardware and supplies for aviary, cage and flight enrichment, hoses and nozzles
  • Office Max, Staples or Office Depot: Office and filing supplies, ink & toner cartridges, paper, white boards
  • Costco, WalMart, Sam’s Club & Target: Supplies & Groceries
  • Safeway, King Soopers (Kroger), Sprouts, Albertsons & Vitamin Cottage: Fresh food for our flock

Food for the Birds:

  • Whole nuts in shell: Almonds, filberts, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, pine nuts and Brazil nuts
  • Harrison’s Bird Diets, Lafeber’s Daily Diet, Avicakes & Nutriberries, Roudybush pelleted bird diets; ZuPreem pelleted bird diets.

Donate Your Vehicle – Any Vehicle, Anywhere:

  • Instead of selling, trading or storing your vehicle,  you can make a donation and receive a tax deduction: www.vehiclesforcharity.org

Home Goods:

  • Clean, bundled newspapers, insert filler removed
  • Newspaper end rolls
  • Paper egg cartons
  • Paper towel rolls
  • Adding machine paper rolls
  • Cardboard boxes for foraging
  • Gently used towels
  • Clean phone books
  • Poly fleece to make braided preening toys
  • Clean, used t-shirts to make braided preening toys

Other Donations:

The Gabriel Foundation encourages non-cash donations to help us provide for our flock. If you have other items that you would like to donate, please contact us.

20 hours ago

The Gabriel Foundation

Hawkeye is a 38-year old Panama Amazon that hatched in Panama and lived with the same family for his entire life, moving with them to the United States. He came to us last December when his family, who dearly loved him, were not able to care for him anymore. Hawkeye quickly became known for being a virtuoso singer.

Jennifer came to us interested in adopting an Amazon parrot after her own amazon had passed away earlier this year. She had cared for that parrot, a wild-caught red-lored amazon, for 20 years. She found herself missing his company and decided that she'd like to provide a home to another amazon in need.

We thought that, given her many years of experience with an amazons, Hawkeye might be a good match. The two hit it off right away and, this weekend, Hawkeye and Jennifer started their new adventure together. We want to wish them many years and many songs of happiness!
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Hawkeye is a 38-year old Panama Amazon that hatched in Panama and lived with the same family for his entire life, moving  with them to the United States.  He came to us last December when his family, who dearly loved him, were not able to care for him anymore.  Hawkeye quickly became known for being a virtuoso singer.  

Jennifer came to us interested in adopting an Amazon parrot after her own amazon had passed away earlier this year.  She had cared for that parrot, a wild-caught red-lored amazon, for 20 years.  She found herself missing his company and decided that shed like to provide a home to another amazon in need.  

We thought that, given her many years of experience with an amazons, Hawkeye might be a good match.  The two hit it off right away and, this weekend, Hawkeye and Jennifer started their new adventure together.  We want to wish them many years and many songs of happiness!Image attachment

 

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One of the sub species of Yellow fronted Amazons.

Orange winged Amazon

He looks a lot like my Oscar. Congrats and enjoy each other.

Congratulations Jennifer and Hawkeye! May you have many happy years together and enrich one another's lives immensely!

I have a Panama amazon as well. They are very good talkers. and are so sweet mine is in his 40's

Wishing all many happy years❤️

what a wonderful story!

Looks almost like my bird

I love these stories!!

Happy for all of you.

wonderful news <3

How wonderful! Made my day!

How exciting,!

Awesome!

Congrats!!

We love our Panama Amazon

Thank you Jennifer for giving this beauty the love she deserves! I wish you many years together

Great news. He looks happy

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1 day ago

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