Having a free-flight aviary had always been a dream for Dee Hendrickx, founder of Brainy Birds rehabilitation centre.
With assistance from the community, the dreams of Dee Hendrickx, founder of Brainy Birds in Edenvale, are coming true.
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Brainy Birds, a parrot rehabilitation centre, received its first free-standing aviary in January.
The aviary was constructed by community member Robert Arrow of BrewBev.
Robert started the project after he saw a post from Brainy Birds on Facebook appealing for assistance and donations.
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A happy Dee Hendrickx, founder of Brainy Birds, with one of the macaws in the free-flight aviary. The groundwork of the free-flight aviary. Community member Robert Arrow from BrewBev bolts the aviary together. Three colourful macaws relaxing in the free-flight aviary recently constructed at Brainy Birds. Having a free-flight aviary had always been a dream for Dee Hendrickx, founder of Brainy Birds rehabilitation centre. A photograph of the aviary during construction.