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Come and see our birds, Brown Pelicans, White Pelicans, Owls, Hawks, Vulture, Shore and Land birds. Come watch us feed our Pelicans every day at 2:30PM. Our Gift Shop is open from 9-3:30PM We are located in front of mile marker #13 on Gulf Blvd...more
All the volunteers and staff we encountered were friendly and knowledgeable. The sanctuary provides a vital service for injured coastal birds. Rufus, the screech owl was a star! A very laid back enjoyable couple hours visiting the sanctuary.
We stopped here on our way out of town since it was a mile from our condo. You must keep in mind this is a rescue mission and run by volunteers, so it is not fancy. But if you appreciate wildlife and the effort to...More
I feel bad complaining about this place because it was free and it's for a good cause, but I really didn't care for it. It smells horrible and there is bird poop everywhere. Also watch out above as it rains down from the trees at...More
The seabird sanctuary is a fun way to spend an hour or so. It's free (donation only) and located along the coast. They host not only rescued birds (from pelicans to owls) but also a range of wild sea birds who go to the sanctuary...More
Wonderful people doing wonderful things for the area birds. Our grandchildren love to visit the sanctuary each time we vacation near this site. Feeding time is at 2:30pm and probably the best time to visit. They have a very knowledgeable staff that loves to share...More
This small sanctuary tucked between towering condos on Indian Shores Beach does good work rescuing injured shorebirds and providing a home for those who cannot return to the wild. It's free, but asks for donations. It's worth a visit for the chance to see a...More
We have been coming to the area for the past three years, and it is a request from our grandkids to make a stop at the sanctuary. Just shows the hard work this organization does for the seabirds and how necessary part they are. A...More
It's gone a bit "upscale" since I first visited in the disco era. That doesn't mean they're serving foie gras though. It's less smelly, and there's more variety. Bring the kids so they can see different types of pelicans, owls, hawks, and shore birds.