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We are open and accessible!! Due to the grandiose construction project at Routes 141 and 44, the outer road that leads to the sanctuary (Meramec Street) can only be accessed from one entryway. Please see the map below.

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Help us save endangered bird species and their habitats today.
Donate Now –>

INJURED BIRD?

Call our Wildlife Hospital for assistance at (636) 861-1392. More Info –>

Your Visit

Take a virtual tour and find out what to expect during your visit. Take a Tour –>

ADOPT-A-BIRD

Adopt-A-Bird for yourself or as a gift. Adopt Now –>

We are open and accessible!! Due to the grandiose construction project at Routes 141 and 44 there is a detour to reach us.

All traffic is being detoured to the new entrance to Meramec Street on the Valley Park exit ramp from 44 West / North Highway Drive.
As you can see, you can directly access this entryway from 44 West (exit Valley Park), from North Highway Drive, or by traveling on the outer road on the opposite side of Highway 44 (South Highway Drive), turning left on the Maritz overpass and then left again on North Highway Drive. Download Map Detour Here


Wildlife Hospital Donation Drive 2017

It’s almost springtime, which means it’s nearing the busiest season of the year for our Wildlife Hospital here at World Bird Sanctuary. Along with the usual population of injured birds we receive month-to-month, we also receive many baby birds during the spring months. We will be inundated with patients soon, and we will need extra funds to help pay for their care! Please consider donating to help those birds that will be coming in with a variety of different needs and injuries.

Be a part of something big, and help return these beautiful creatures back to the wild where they belong!
Click here to learn more.


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Our Mission

World Bird Sanctuary preserves, protects and inspires to safeguard bird species as part of the global community for future generations.

Our Vision

To create a world where diverse bird species are secure and thriving in a variety of stable ecological communities.

Non-Profit Status

World Bird Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides refuge to over 270 residents and rehabilitation and emergency care for up to 400 patients every year. We receive no state, federal or county funding and rely on donations from the public, corporate and foundation supporters to achieve our mission.

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