first of all sorry about having to get rid of them and rehome them and yes its hard as you just never know what sort of home they will go to an would like to. I found out the hard way once you just never know as i gave my breeding flock of cockies to TWO vets...a husband and wife, no less who took them in and i thought wow i got lucky...not so as the nitemare that happened afterward was unbelievable which i still dont talk about ...ok
your lucky living where you do as there is so much there...and im sure if you do a google you can find a bird "sanctuary" there as most states have at least a couple...there is also this..try posting a picture in a vets office or call a vet and ask if they know of any sanctuaries nearby so you can rehome them.
also there are folks in this forum that may live somewhere near you if they see this and would consider taking then in as occasionally birds have been rehomed right thru this forum with members.
and here is another thought...see if you can find a breeder that might be interest in bringing in new blood to their breeding program...if the birds are not too old.
wishing you much luck on this one
...thank gawd ive made those arrangements long ago for my cappy should anything happen to me with someone i know will take excellent care of him....but not all of us get so lucky...i wouldnt give cappy to my older kids as they just are not BIRDIE people...
i just googled for you an came up with a lot of links for this ...check it out.
ok forget that link it wont work for you but put in the google search engine what i did and you will find a lot of links
bird adoption centers in california
that will bring up a lot of centers and links for you.