On average, the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary releases 1,347 rehabilitated wild birds back into the wild each year.
The Seaside Seabird Sanctuary goes through the following amounts of food per week:
This does not include all the other types of bird seed, fruits, berries, vegetables, peanuts, and shrimp that the Sanctuary goes through on a weekly basis.
In order to keep up with all the towels that Seaside's hospital goes through on a daily basis, the Sanctuary has two washing machines and two clothes dryers that run continuously for 9-hours straight, 7-days a week.
Seaside goes through the following amounts of cleaning supplies on a weekly basis:
With a 1.5 acre facility that includes a full service avian hospital and outdoor rehabilitation facility the includes countless pools, The utility expenses to care for the thousands of birds Seaside treats every year is high. Listed below is what Seaside spends on monthly utilities...
Out of all donations that come into the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary...
Being a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary relies on volunteers and non-paid interns to operate and maintain its 1.5 acre facility. It is dedicated and passionate volunteers which allows Seaside to continue its important mission of rescuing and rehabilitating wild birds.
Volunteers & Interns volunteer an average of 3,196.13 hours each year at the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary. This does not include all the hours spent at offsite events or by our bird rescuers.
Did you know that the giant pelican statue that overlooks Gulf Blvd. in front of the Sanctuary's main entrance actually has a name? His name is Lucky. Look closely and you will see he has a hook in his mouth, and line wrapped around his injured left wing.
Seaside Seabird Sanctuary
18328 Gulf Blvd., Indian Shores, FL 33785
The Seaside Seabird Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Federal Tax ID #: 81-3774704
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