The official registration and financial information of Wildbird Recovery may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1.800.732.0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
Wildbird Recovery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit (EIN #25-1873220) and donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
PA Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers do NOT receive local, state or federal funding.
We appreciate any amount that you can give to our organization.
Checks (payable to: Wildbird Recovery) can be mailed to 120 Forsythe Road, Valencia, PA 16059.
For automatic monthly subscription giving or a one-time gift, please click on the “Donate” button.
On September 4, 2021, Stormy Oaks Nature Conservancy, home of Wildbird Recovery, celebrated with an Open House in honor of our beautiful, new aviary enclosure. We were joined by our supporters to cut the ribbon for our new enclosure, learn about our mission, and celebrate vultures on International Vulture Awareness Day. This enclosure serves as a permanent home for Arty, our Education Turkey Vulture, and accommodates the songbird patients in our licensed care for life back in the wild. There had been a need to build another pre-release flight for the past 5 years and we had been saving funds. Additional funds are always needed to outfit all of our enclosures with materials, enrichment toys, and assist with covering the costs of food for injured birds. Contribute via check (memo “Aviary Fundraiser”) or online Pre-Release Enclosure Project Fundrazr.
Here are some other ways you can help – do your online shopping through Amazon Smile or igive.com and we get a portion of your sales donated back to us. Have an old car to donate? Choose Wildbird Recovery as your charity!
Because we are completely dependent on donations to support our efforts, Wildbird Recovery is constantly on the look-out for supplies, equipment, and cash donations that enable us to provide quality care. Monetary Donations are always needed for housing, feeding, and veterinary care.
Once baby season has begun, funding is more and more critical. On average it will cost us $45 per songbird to feed, medicate (if needed) and provide care until it is ready to be released. During baby season, we admit close to 300 songbirds into our center.
If you would like to donate much needed supplies, please visit our Amazon Wish List.
(And don’t forget to use Amazon Smile!)