Welcome to the GateWay Parrot Club

The Gateway Parrot Club, Inc. is a 501c3 not for profit organization based in St. Louis Missouri and established in 1988 to:

Bring people together in a friendly atmosphere in the interest of exchanging information on bird care and breeding.

Create interest in bird care and responsible breeding through monthly educational programs and annual bird fairs.

Reduce neglect, cruelty and abuse of captive birds through education and public outreach.

Educate the public, as well as ourselves, on the ever present danger of extinction in the wild.

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All American Hookbill Fair, Saturday, August 22 (One Day)!

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  • Machinists Hall, Bridgeton, MO – see event map
  • Prizes
  • Vendors
  • If there is something you need, you’ll find it here.  If you don’t think you need anything, come see what’s new…  Cages, accessories, toys, nutrition, health…
  • Speakers
  • Our mission is education, and we have a national lineup of experts.  Topics range from practical bird care to social issues of interest to bird lovers.

See full event details, and sign up as a vendor!

Monthly Meetings & Events

Our main events are our monthly meetings, usually held the third Sunday of each month at Varietees in Valley Park, MO.  Visitors are welcome!  The meeting begins at 2:00 PM. with a hospitality session.  After a review of Club issues we generally have an interesting speaker on a topic of interest to the group.

Monthly Meetings are held at:

Varietees Bird Store
60 Meramec Valley Plaza
Valley Park, Mo. 63088

 

Upcoming Events

Welcome

As our Mission Statement makes clear, we are here for the birds and to have a good time.

An annual membership fee of $20 includes your family (two voting members) and brings you our monthly newsletter.

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2015 Grants Awarded:

..to organizations supporting our mission statement, based on nomination and voting of our members. 

All active members present at the March meeting voted once for up to three recipients. The three nominees each receiving a grant of $300 were:

 

St. Louis Avian Rescue

St. Louis Avian Rescue

St. Louis Avian Rescue – formerly Perfectly Precious.  STAR’s mission is to provide public education about avian care and accept relinquished birds, then provide veterinary screening, foster homes for rehabilitation and eventually permanent rehoming.  STAR has a standards-based screening process for potential adopters.

World Bird Sanctuary

World Bird Sanctuary

The World Bird Sanctuary is both a unique St. Louis attraction and entertaining environmental education opportunity. With over 305 acres and over 200 animals in our care, we offer a one-of-a-kind wildlife experience. The World Bird Sanctuary’s mission is to preserve the earth’s biological diversity and to secure the future of threatened bird species in their natural environments. We work to fulfill that mission through education, captive breeding, field studies and rehabilitation.

Wild Bird Rehab

Wild Bird Rehab

Wild Bird Rehabilitation is the only organization in the St. Louis area that cares for native wild songbirds.

Our mission is to provide care for injured, ill and orphaned native wild songbirds and to release them back into their natural habitat. We also provide public education regarding the humane treatment of wild songbirds and the conservation of their habitat.