Avian Sanctuary and Protection rescued more than 630 birds in 2015 and 326 in 2014, this year we look forward to helping as many as needed.

 Housing, feed and medical needs are supported by donations.
Please help these birds today by making a donation to ASAP or SPONSOR A Special Needs Bird residing at our Sanctuary!
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We are an avian rescue sanctuary devoted to domestic and wild birds. Re-homing, rehabilitating and education in the Salt Lake, Utah, Davis County and other areas of Utah for the benefit of birds conditions in urban areas. We are here for the communities well being and to promote a safe environment for our feathered friends.

891 birds were admitted to ASAP in 2016

This year we have Admitted 545 birds with 146 relocation's and  275 adoptions

Please help us Advocate for the Protection of Wildlife and habitat in our urban areas by Donating to The Avian Sanctuary Protection Fund.

Find Volunteer Opportunities on the Event Page.

Upcoming Events, 

June 10, W.A.E.S. Bird presentation, 7pm at Salt Lake County Complex 2001 So. State Street, Room N1100  Get your Bird on at this Unique Show! >Free and Giveaways for bird lovers of all kinds. Food and fun Drawings for prizes!

Bird Parties!
Let us bring some fascinating Live birds to your Birthday party, Wedding or venue's and share the beauty, Education and Love of birds with your Family or Friends;
Swans, Peacocks, Parrots and Many other Unique Birds are available for Presentations.
mail@asaputah.org for more information

We are building a new Parrot Aviary, Please help us make this happen by donating here 

June, Petco is A Great Place to Find Your New Avian Friend  
Meet our Swans, Geese, Parrots and other adoptables 
 and help support our rescue birds!

Check the event page to find us in your neighborhood. 

Visit our other pages with Pict's, Info and Public dates of interaction that will intrigue you about our operations beyond Rescue & Education!

 We are a Federal 501c3 non-profit dedicated to birds in the urban environments subject to the interactive impacts cities have on wildlife and the domesticated birds that are cared for within these areas.