RESIDENTS

Hen harbor gives permanent sanctuary to nearly 100 chickens and waterfowl.

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ADOPT

Just like dogs & cats, scores of homeless hens (& roosters!) are looking for love. 

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DONATE/SPONSOR

Sponsor a special bird, and take a sweet tax deduction!

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ISSUES

When a hen's egg-laying wanes around the age of two, she is considered "spent" and is brutally killed -- both by the egg industry and backyard flock keepers — at `a quarter of her natural lifespan.

Hatcheries grind up billions of baby roosters alive because they are useless to the egg industry. Backyard chicken-keepers who wind up with a rooster abandon the in parks, along roadsides and in animal shelters.

Every spring, people purchase cute ducklings and goslings on a whim. Most wind up being dumped at parks or ponds, where they can quickly perish owing to lack of food & survival skills.