I think this place does a wonderful thing for birds. I respect their purpose. Was impressed by their goals. liked it very much.
B.E.A.K.S. is AMAZING! I found a injured duck which I named Faith :) that would not have survived if not for Cindy. Her ongoing efforts to protect our birds/ducks should be well noted! She does all of her work with her own funds which is selfless and a true dedication to a worthy cause! I don't understand why there is... More
A baby bird fell out of its nest and a cat tried to get it, but the parent birds chased the cat away. So, I put the bird in a high safe place. The parents stayed for a little, but left I think the baby bird was too big for them to carry. I panicked , so I couldn't just... More
Not a tourist place, real sanctuery with goal to release healthy birds back into the wild
Always there to lend a hand to wildlife. Thanks for being there.
Yesterday we found a wounded Osprey in our yard. I called numerous numbers trying to find someone to help. I did find another organization in a neighboring county that would come get him, however after the initial call, I had trouble reaching them, after the time the bird was to be picked up. Worried about the Osprey, I tried BEAKS... More
I was on my way home when I noticed a ship coming down the St Johns River and I drove over towards it. And along the rocks I saw a Great Blue Heron sitting on the rocks most of the time they fly off when you get near them? But his one couldn't for it had a Fish Hook in... More
Two geese at a nearby park were attacked by dogs - one was killed and the other was barely hanging on. We wrapped the goose in a towel, loaded it in our truck, and contacted B.E.A.K.S. Cindy answered immediately. We drove the bird out to their sanctuary just past Little Talbot Island where Cindy met us. She took great care... More
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