The Florida Bird Rescue Network offers a simple way to connect with bird rescue and welfare groups in your local area of Florida, allowing you to save time and money and spend more time enjoying your feathered friend’s company. Searching for, or adding a new listing, is simple and quick.
1. Create an Account
Creating an account with the FBRN is easy, with the social login feature it allows your visitors to login easily, so that they won’t have the “login/register” friction.
They’ll be creating, rating and sharing rescue group listings in no time!
We’ve even integrated exclusive discounts and special coupons with our sponsors to make sure your birds have the best toys, health care products, cages, accessories, and resources available in one convenient location.
2. Submit Your Listing
Submitting a listing using FBRN is super simple, we’ve made entering the address of your place easy, even auto completing your listing’s address.
If someone else has already submitted your listing you can easily claim the listing by reaching out to us by clicking the ‘Claim Listing’ button.
We offer options to place as much information as possible, including hours of operation, services provided, social media and contact information, and even your logo and a photo gallery!
3. Get More Interest In Your Rescue Group
This won’t be the first time you’ve looked into submitting your rescue group to a directory, but we think it may be the last. This one-stop resource has anything a bird lover needs to help provide care to their birds and even help other birds in need.
The problem with most listing directories, while highly functional, is that many of them aren’t very pretty. We’ve made sure rescue groups, sanctuaries, veterinarians, and any other bird lover has every possible technical need met, and made sure it works great on any device, whether it be your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet. We hope you take advantage of this resource, spread the word, and also contribute to helping make the directory grow.
We hope the Florida Bird Rescue Network makes it a little less stressful and less expensive to take care of your feathered friends.