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Save Our Seabirds

#26 of 143 things to do in Sarasota Features Animals
1708 Ken Thompson Pkwy, Sarasota, FL 34236-1000
+1 941-388-3010
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Bird rescue, rehabilitation, and release. Birds that are not releasable are given permanent homes in our Wild Bird Learning Center, where you can see up to 250 birds of 30 different species up close and personal every day. Family Friendly Pricing of $6 for adults, $4 for children age 4 to 12. Educational tours available upon prior request. (Former site of Pelican Man Bird Sanctuary)
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“injured birds” (26 reviews)
“sea birds” (59 reviews)
“mote aquarium” (40 reviews)
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1708 Ken Thompson Pkwy, Sarasota, FL 34236-1000
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Reviewed December 18, 2016 via mobile

Along the walkway at more is a bird sanctuary. If you bought a pass for mote the cost is $5 for adults and$3 for kids. The resident birds are rescued birds that can't be released back into nature and some birds that were rehabilitated and...More

Thank vacationgirl84
Reviewed November 27, 2016 via mobile

We did a quick walk through while visiting Mote Marine. The assortment of birds was very interesting and the cockatoos were engaging. Really brightened our day to see these beautiful birds up close and see the excellent work being done to save and rehabilitate them.

Thank Theologator
Reviewed November 20, 2016

This is an inexpensive place to visit and they have a number of owls, mccaws and other birds that are not seabirds here.The volunteers here are very helpful and answer questions and get the mccaw type birds engaged.

Thank HBlack56
Reviewed October 25, 2016

I was impressed with the cleanliness of this bird hospital/sanctuary. There were many species of birds that had been injured and rehabilitated. There were even a few pet birds whose owners could no longer care for them and they were surrendered to SOS. Many of...More

Thank ratkins3
Reviewed October 24, 2016

A great place to visit well worth the time another hidden gem in Sarasota that doesn't get enough attention from the media.

Thank Ruthann R
Reviewed October 21, 2016

While visiting the Mote Aquarium, we decided to check out this place next door. There is a separate admission, but it goes toward the work of this organization to help care for water fowl injured by human paraphenalia, especially fishing lines and plastics. On the...More

Thank susanjenks2016
Reviewed October 9, 2016

Save our sea birds provides rehab care for all types of birds throughout the year. The goal is to treat and release the animals back into the wild. They use the admissions as well as donations to the organization to provide for the animals. The...More

Thank Tom_Expedia_Travel
Reviewed September 25, 2016

Nice sanctuary for injured birds. Pretty grounds. Helps people be more mindful of their effect on wild birds. We need to be more careful with fishing line! Stop for lunch at the Salty Dog nearby!

Thank Lori717
Reviewed August 30, 2016 via mobile

We thought this was part of the aquarium admission, but when we realized it wasn't we decided to go anyway. I'm glad we did. My 2 year old loved the birds and it was nice to know the admission was going toward a good cause....More

Thank brimmiek
Reviewed August 29, 2016

We support Save Our Seabirds wholeheartedly because there are so many birds that get killed or injured by people being careless and not considering what harm they can do to wildlife.

Thank Karen S
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