Donate so Parrots and People Can Fly Free!
Photo by Christianna Martynowski, 2018
Biodiversity loss is now occurring on a massive scale and it is already having a huge impact on all of us. One Earth Conservation is stemming this tide by working with local people to save their wild parrots and other beings who live in their local wild places. The parrots and our international partners on the ground will gladly welcome you as into our circle of caring conservationists.
We're also helping people in the USA and elsewhere to learn how to better take care of themselves so they can take care of nature.
Please part of the solution by supporting our work. Make a tax-deductible gift today.
Improve Lives of "Homed" Parrots
Support a student to visit 10 homes to improve the lives of homed parrots and deliver a strong conservation message.
Pay for a parrot education packet for one school in Latin America that includes student materials and a teacher guide.
Protect a Nest for One Day
Support protecting one wild nest in Latin America for one day.
Buy Field Supplies
Support the purchase of a pair of binoculars and a compass for community members or youth members of Parrot Conservation Corps in Latin America.
Feed a Rescued Parrot
Support feeding one rescued chick or adult parrot for one month.
Support wild parrot conservation at a level that works for you. Please consider giving a monthly recurring donation!
You can also mail a check for any amount to:
One Earth Conservation
c/o Gail Koelln, Co-Director
82-52 211 Street
Hollis Hills, NY 11427
A copy of One Earth Conservation's latest New York State Charities Annual Report may be obtained, upon request, from the organization at 82-52 211 Street, Hollis Hills, NY 11427 or from the New York State Attorney General's Charities Bureau at Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10271.
Tree Sponsor $1,000
Support a tree in Latin America where parrots like to nest.
Conservationist Sponsor $2,500
Support the work of one local parrot conservationist in Latin America.
Support one Latin American village's parrot conservation efforts.
Support a local Parrot Rescue Center in Latin America where rescued birds are rehabilitated and then liberated whenever possible.
Support parrot conservation on a project level.
Support parrot conservation on a country-wide level.