Speeches, articles, handouts and media coverage
Our local, national, and international vocations
What do they do all day? What do you do with the eggs? How did you get started? Get the answers to these and other FAQs
Meet the chickens
Brief bios of notable sanctuary residents
Have you ever seen a rooster up a tree? Chickens eating watermelon? Happy hens? A natural nest? We've got these and more!
We're the only sanctuary to rehabilitate former fighting cocks. Read all about it here!
Help feed the birds by "adopting" a sanctuary resident
We can't afford to be shy about it: we need help!
At any given time, the sanctuary is home to 175-200 birds, including including hens and roosters of the "broiler" variety exploited by the local poultry industry, hens who have survived or escaped egg factories, birds confiscated from cockfighting operations, and roosters of all varieties. Joining the chickens are about a dozen ducks and several barn cats.
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Eastern Shore Sanctuary; 13981 Reading Ferry Road; Princess Anne, MD 21853