Oasis Reflections

Oasis Reflections

By Susan Platt, Volunteer March, 2015 Another day begins at The Oasis; it takes a team. The work day starts early: 8:00 AM in winter, 7:00 AM in summer. Everyone gathers in the office to clock, or rather, “screech” in,…

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New Pole Barn

New Pole Barn

We just want to share with you, our friends, that the new Pole Barn is being erected and we are all excited that the birds will have a new, secure, stable structure to house them. We worked hard to raise…

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Phillipe Macaw

Phillipe Macaw

  Phillipe The Early Years By Sybil Erden, Founder Phillipe was one of the first Macaws to come to my home in 1997, in the days before The Oasis became a non-profit. We had already applied for incorporation and non-profit status,…

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The Oasis Goes Solar

The Oasis goes Solar

“I did dishes today and couldn’t believe that three hours into cleaning 500 bowls I still had hot, hot water! It never ran out. It was wonderful”. A quote from Janet Trumbule, the Executive Director of Administration at The Oasis…

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Gulliver Macaw’s Rescue

Gulliver Macaw’s Rescue

By Sybil Erden, Founder - August 2, 2008 As most of you are aware of by now, since April 6, 2008, The Oasis been working almost daily to get an abandoned American Macaw named Gulliver back to the US. He…

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Olivia

Olivia

By Sybil Erden, Founder We rarely see baby birds here at The Oasis Sanctuary. Careful not to breed, we do not provide nesting sites and pull the few eggs that are occasionally laid by industrious and determined Lovebirds, Finches, Budgies…

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Our Angel Phoebe

Our Angel Phoebe

By Pat and Neal Rudikoff In October 1998 we brought a sweet Male Umbrella Cockatoo, Zeus into our family. Our very first bird! We fell so in love, that a year later we got him a girlfriend to keep him…

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