Safe Haven & Educational Adventures, Inc.

Safe Haven Screech

Safe Haven & Educational Adventure's  Newsletter

Volume 6, Issue: 3 July 2014

Trivia Question:



Five different cockatoos are listed on the CITES I list (endangered or threatened to the point of extinction).  Muloccans are one of those, can you name the other 4?





Previous Answer: 


The coyote is indigenous to the western part of the US however they are easily adaptable and have migrated east. 






Friday, July 18, 2014, Is our annual Beasts & Brews with Swine Em' & Dine Em'!! You can find us at the Irish Pub, from 7pm 'till...... ? Swine em' & Dine em' , award winning B.B.Q wings will be served! We will have raffle prizes that include; wine basket, $50 worth of drive time at LaManns indoor go kart racing, Harley Davidson gear, and so much more!


 The Irish Pub  

214 N Pleasantburg Dr.

Greenville, SC












Thank you!



We would like to thank our families, friends and volunteers for all of your hard work and support. Without you, Safe Haven would not be possible.


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We are looking for guest authors for our newsletter. If you have something that you would like to contribute let us know. Articles do not have to be about Safe Haven animals specifically but we would like to keep it about  our natural world. Have you traveled to any cool places? Do you know any students that enjoy writing? Contact Kim at for more information.




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This month's newsletter was created by Ophelia, a 12 1/2 year old girl that enjoys hanging out here at Safe Haven while her mother volunteers. She has not only proven to be a big help and hard worker but she is also an exceptional photographer.  Thank you Ophelia for your excellent contribution to our newsletter.


All About Keila The Bird  by Ophellia

      You know her, you love her, it's Keila the Moluccan cockatoo.






    When it comes to being a diva, Keila is the biggest. Whether she is outside or in her cage, she always seems to impress everyone!   

    Also known as the Cacatua moluccensis, these parrots originated in the South Moluccas in eastern Indonesia. They are mostly a white-pink, with a slight yellow on the underwing + the under of their tail feathers, and a bright red-orange in the crest.

    Keila is quite a diva, and she knows it too! She enjoys painting and neck rubs. Keila, like most the birds at Safe Haven, is a rescue. She was taken from a home with violence, but now is in safe hands. 








Do you want to know what's it like to run a sanctuary or what one's background is like to endeavor such a thing. Check out Kim's blog for stories on her past and what's going on now at Safe Haven. 

As a part of your community, Safe Haven is committed to preserving the lives of exotic animals and giving them a rescue sanctuary to thrive and receive love.


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Safe Haven is run completely by volunteers and 100% of your donation goes towards animals and education.  By partnering with us, you are not only saving neglected and abused animals, but you are reaching children and adults with positive, educational information!




Safe Haven & Educational Adventures, a

a federally registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization offering apermanent refuge for rescued exotic wildlife that have either been abandoned, abused, lost their home through death of the owner, or found to be more than the owners can handle. We are an organization dedicated to rescuing exotic animals and unwanted and neglected exotic pets.  We are dedicated to helping to preserve species, educate the public, and conserve the habitats these beautiful animals live in.


We are solely supported by the donations of people like YOU!


  Your donations make it possible  

for us to educate children and adults about  

our amazing world of unique animals and provide precious exotic species a forever home!


We thank you for your generous support! 


Safe Haven & Educational Adventures, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.  

All donations are tax deductible.