Save Our Seabirds Launches Capital Campaign for New City Island Facility

The goal of the campaign is approximately $5 million.

By Staff November 22, 2019

A rendering of Save Our Seabirds' new facility on City Island.

Save Our Seabirds, which last year was granted a new 20-year lease on City Island, has launched a capital campaign to build a new facility to expand its rescue, rehabilitation and education programs. The organization—which began life as the Pelican Man Sanctuary in 1981—plans to build an enclosed, climate-controlled education center; replace existing avian rehabilitation facilities with new ones to more effectively treat sick and injured birds; and add new attractions, such as an amphitheater, cafe and play space. The campaign's funding goal is approximately $5 million; for more information, click here

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