Away from killing, the bird’s permanent home, Pensacola, Uncle Sandy's Macaw Bird Park was sent by the company to Pensacola to work for a month. I was busy every day in the dark, and I had a hard time getting off for a day. I wanted to stay in bed and sleep. . It's a pity that I can't hold back my enthusiastic colleague, so he dragged me out of the house and told me to take me to the place where he volunteered. Give it a warm home Uncle Sandy's Macaw Bird Park is a public service reserve dedicated to caring for and saving unwelcome parrots. Regularly help some birds find a new "forever home", give them a better living environment, and improve the relationship between people and birds. It was surprising to visit this non-profit bird sanctuary for the first time. The park is not very big, but the facilities are well-equipped and open to the public. The maintenance of the entire park only relies on volunteers. Visitors can watch various birds in the park at will. The staff will patiently answer your questions, and educate the public about the needs of parrots. Such as the lifestyle of parrots and how to provide them with the basic needs to maintain happiness and health. Everyone who wants to understand the birth of birds and take care of them is worth visiting Uncle Sandy's Macaw Park. It will definitely be a special experience. Tips: 1. After entering the park, each person will also give a cup of peanuts to feed the birds. 2. The business hours depend on the availability of volunteers: Monday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm; Sunday – 1 pm – 4 pm; Tuesday/Wednesday-closed. 3. Tickets: USD 5.00 for adults; USD 2.00 per child for children aged 7 to 12; free for children aged 6 and below.