About

Due to a lack of interest in selective breeding by other psittacine aviculturists, Multi Parrots Avian Center expanded their attention to over 60 species. By determining the natural needs of parrots through insight and environmental research. Multi Parrot Avian Center may be the only large producer of high quality, selectively bred, domestic baby parrots in the world. It is a 20,000 square foot, high tech, indoor and outdoor facility providing the highest quality experience for parrots. Thousands of baby parrots have been produced at this facility. MUPAC is dedicated to the care and well-being of parrots and other exotic birds. We do breed, sell, trade, and offer for adoption the birds in our care. We endeavor to provide them with a permanent home with potential families and breeders that allows them to mingle with other compatible birds in outdoor open-flight aviaries. We also strive to provide permanent, caring home for birds with special needs, including those with physical challenges or behavioral issues. Finally, we are committed to raising public awareness regarding the moral responsibilities and physical demands of keeping parrots or other wild animals as pets.

How you can make an impact

With millions of parrots produced by the pet trade each year, the population of captive birds continues to grow. This excessive breeding of parrots has become a heartbreaking tragedy. With life spans of up to 100 years, parrots have a built-in homeless factor which means almost every longlived parrot will outlive its original guardian. FEBS was established for the purpose of helping as many of these parrots as possible.
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With millions of baby parrots and Exotic birds being produced by the pet trade each year, the population of captive birds continues to grow. As peoples’ interests fade and the birds AND the people get older, the overpopulation of parrots is destined to become a heartbreaking tragedy. This is now the case with cats and dogs where four to five MILLION are euthanized every year.

With their long life spans, parrots have a built-in homeless factor because every long-lived parrot will outlive his or her original guardian, and even the smaller birds that have life spans of 40 – 50 years will face the eventual aging problems of their human caretakers. There are many reasons that a parrot will lose his or her home during their lifetime including health problems of the parrot’s guardians, downsizing, caring for someone in the family, a new baby, a move and many others. With all of these factors we are more determined than ever to continue our efforts and mission of growing and being able to intergrate many more Parrots within conducive enviroments.