Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Nuts for Midwest Avian Adoption and Rescue Services
Based in the Minneapolis/St. Paul (Twin Cities) area of Minnesota, Midwest Avian Adoption & Rescue Services (MAARS) was founded in July 1999 to provide much-needed services for captive parrots and other birds in the Midwest in cooperation with other organizations around the USA and world.
MAARS is the oldest and largest organization in the Midwest providing education and consultations, surrender, rescue, sanctuary placement, and adoption services for our avian friends. The Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and other Volunteers of MAARS have extensive experience working with exotic and indigenous birds of many species. They are a no-kill, non-profit organization funded solely through adoption fees and donations.
MAARS' first function is to educate the public and people who already live with birds about proper bird care. They feel that education about bird care and behavior helps people to provide the best homes possible for the birds already in captivity. Their second function is to accept and rescue surrendered, abandoned, neglected, and abused parrots and other captive exotic birds for health care, behavioral therapy, and placement in a new home or sanctuary.
Help support MAARS with a specially priced care package loaded with 1 pound each of: Organic Pepitas (No Shell Pumpkin Seeds), Diced Fruit Medley, Raw Sunflower Seeds (In Shell), Mixed Nuts (In Shell) and Raw Pine Nuts (In Shell).
In order to ensure MAARS receives your care package, you must enter the following shipping address when checking out on our site:
4142 Barrow Court
Eagan, MN 55123
Also, if you would like the Rescue to acknowledge receipt of your care package, please include your name and e-mail in the "Message for Recipient" field in the shipping information.
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