bird sanctuary

(redirected from Animal sanctuary)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

bird sanctuary:

see wildlife refugewildlife refuge,
haven or sanctuary for animals; an area of land or of land and water set aside and maintained, usually by government or private organization, for the preservation and protection of one or more species of wildlife. Types of Refuges

The U.S.
..... Click the link for more information.
References in periodicals archive ?
To celebrate 25 years of running Tyr Capel Animal Sanctuary as well as Trevor's amazing recovery, Victoria Vets are holding a sponsored walk in Trevor's name.
Argos is asking the public to help Brown reach his target of e1/42,500 and support The Argos Animal Sanctuary by sponsoring him via his You Caring page at
Jenny Gray, of the Willows animal sanctuary, Aberdeenshire, said: "People are no longer able to look after their cats.
Staff at Fir Tree Animal Sanctuary in Melling say the worst affected are Staffordshire Bull Terriers due to their similarities to the illegal pit bull terrier.
The terrier cross puppies, aged six weeks, were taken to Fir Tree animal sanctuary, in Melling, after being discovered in a cat carrier.
MENDON - The Maple Farm Animal Sanctuary is home to more than 100 animals - from farm animals such as sheep, goats and cows, to more exotic pets, such as llamas, a pot-bellied pig, and a dwarf miniature horse.
Bizarro" cartoonist Dan Piraro is asking his fellow creators for original cartoons that can be auctioned to raise money for the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in Willow, N.
A couple who run an animal sanctuary protested outside Tesco's UK headquarters yesterday over the company's plans to sell 50 acres of land that they rent.
The tiger named Tuffy escaped after the couple moved to the Moorpark area from San Diego County in January 2005 with their nonprofit animal sanctuary.
A lamb and its mum saved from the slaughterhouse have been given a new home at an animal sanctuary.
BARNEY the foul-mouthed parrot has been "grounded" by his embarrassed keepers at an animal sanctuary.