Pandemonium’s Conservation Philosophy
Jean Delacour, who is considered the father of aviculture defined his vocation as: “The worldwide hobby of keeping and breeding numerous species of wild birds in captivity to maintain their numerical status in nature and with a view of forestalling their extinction by supplying aviary-raised stock.”
At Pandemonium, we adhere to Jean Delacour’s definition. We call this Conservation Aviculture.
Today, Pandemonium is one of the largest bird sanctuaries in the US, and we are among the few groups addressing the issue of birds disappearing from the wild and from aviculture by conservation breeding of endangered species. We do not sell any birds. Our baby birds are parent-raised. We breed for species survival and not for the pet market.