Sage Hospitality Resources Does Away With Bird Displays

April 2007

PETA received reports about a macaw display at a Colorado lodge owned by Sage Hospitality Resources. The macaw allegedly was neglected and had sustained injuries. We contacted the company to ask it to discontinue the display and place the bird, Coco, in a loving home. Not only did the company acquiesce to our request, it also decided to dismantle the macaw displays at three of its other hotels!

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