The Florida Keys
Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center
...Celebrating Environmental Education

Mission Statement

The Florida Keys Wild Bird Center is a not for profit 501(c)3 conservation organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of native and migratory wild birds that have been harmed or displaced; providing or locating a humane shelter for those birds that cannot be released; and educating the public toward the importance of coexistence with all wild bird species.

Annual Bird Food Drive


Charlotte Somers

$50.00 September 26, 2018

Robin Buonopane

$100.00 August 27, 2018

Great Job-keep th… Read More


Donna Allen

$25.00 August 24, 2018

Lynn and Stephen Annese

$50.00 August 23, 2018

Patrick and Ellen Schultz

$25.00 August 23, 2018

Thank you for hel… Read More


Bonnie Amos

$40.00 August 23, 2018

Julie & Tom Budnik

$100.00 August 23, 2018

Amazing work you … Read More

Bird Feed Drive

$390 of $50,000 raised
Personal Info


Donation Total: $100.00

Bird Emergency

If you find a bird or other injured wildlife that appears to be in need of immediate medical attention,
please call our Bird Emergency hot-line:

Call Now!
Option 1
24 Hours / 7 days a week
Below are links to pages containing information about steps to take when facing a specific bird emergency situations:
Found a Baby Bird?

Found a Baby Bird?

It’s Baby Bird Season once again, and if you find a baby bird, there are a few important things to know...

Rescues 24 x 7

Rescues 24 x 7

Our Wildlife Rehabilitators monitor the emergency line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Hooked a bird?

Hooked a bird?

Don’t panic. This happens more often than you think, and it probably wasn’t your fault. Here are some steps to take to minimize injury to the bird:

Our Facilities

Mission Wild Bird

Mission Wild Bird

Mission Wild Bird (MWB), comprised of three wings – administration, education and the hospital – is the setting where the center integrates its mission with programs that directly serve people; unequivocally serving birds, and that ultimately tie both together, allowing for harmonious living among wildlife, humans and our natural environment.

Laura Quinn Wild Bird Sanctuary

Laura Quinn Wild Bird Sanctuary

The Laura Quinn Wild Bird Sanctuary provides a humane, natural and protected refuge to hindered birds. Our Sanctuary is open to the public 365 days a year from Sunrise to Sunset.

Visit Us Today!
93600 Overseas Highway
Tavernier, FL 33070

Open 365 Days a Year
Sunrise to Sunset

Make a Difference

There are many ways to support the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center. We are always in need of donation and volunteers. Other than making a traditional monetary donation, there are other ways you can help. Listed below are different outside-of-the-box ways in which you can support the Bird Center along with information on more traditional donation methods and how to volunteer.




Read more about the Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center and our Founder, Laura Quinn – the “Bird Lady”

No Hooks

No Hooks

Learn more about the Monofilament Recovery & Recycling Program (MRRP) and how you can help. Click the image above to learn more.



See the faces of those who make it happen here!

Accountability and Financial Statements

Accountability and Financial Statements

Find and download financial statements and other documents.



Got questions? Here are a few of the more frequently asked.



Find out more information about our sponsors and how to become one.