A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Who We are:

Wings of Hope - NJ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer organization established in 2000.  We are located in New Jersey.  Wings of Hope-NJ prides itself on finding loving, experienced adoptive homes for unwanted, abused, neglected, and abandoned avian exotics.

We believe that all animals deserve the highest quality care, love, and respect, and that owners should have access to the most current bird information possible. Unwanted exotics are accepted at Wings of Hope-NJ, and in turn are adopted out to qualified applicants.

~Click Here for our Mission Statement, Our Goals and Our Beliefs~
Wings of Hope-NJ Needs Your Help
with Our Special Needs Fund
to help those special birds
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Wings of Hope-NJ is pleased to announce our partnership with the following group:

Wings of Hope is pleased to announce that 4 of our volunteers, Jannet, Leesa, Cathy, Patti are recognized by PIJAC, the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, as Certified Avian Specialists. Jannet has also successfully completed Susan Friedman's course, LLP - Living and Learning with Parrots, The Fundamental Principles of Behavior.
Wings of Hope-NJ is also proud to share the Interview Video that our Vice-President was in. Scroll down until you see "Syndey", the white cockatoo with the yellow crest, and press "View Video".
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Wings of Hope, New Jersey
Rescue and Sanctuary
P.O. Box 22, Cleveland, GA  30528
Ph: (732) 833 - 7825   Fax: (706) 219-3573
Email:  WOH@wingsofhope-nj.com

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Birds of the Month 

Cornelius and Sassy moved into a new foster home one week ago. Their previous foster home is no longer able to foster birds for WOH. Cornelius immediately responded sweetly and was friendly. He steps up from inside his cage, on top of his cage or from the floor. He likes to sit on a stand and look out the window. At first he would only say "hi" and "hello". Then this weekend he has started saying a lot more words and even singing. I have the radio on in their room during the day. So far he will only sing or carry on conversations if I am not in the room. The most he has said to me is the "hi" and "hello". Cornelius continues to wear the sweater his previous foster mom made for him. He doesn't seem to mind it at all. I also haven't seen him plucking anywhere on his body.