• About the Project

    Navy SEAL Ryan “Birdman” Parrott is the Founder of the Bird’s Eye View Project, and the Host of the TV and Web Series and will introduce America to Veterans and First-Responders who are overcoming adversity, and living their lives to the fullest. Fans will gain a front-row seat to their challenges, and the people who work hard every day, pouring into their lives, where nothing is impossible…even the most EXTREME and EXCITING challenges.

  • The Reason Why

    Many charities positively and profoundly impact the lives of Veterans and First-Responders, but they need a bigger platform and more funding to share their story and highlight the needs of those they serve. Our project will showcase a series of BIG events that will raise BIG awareness and funding for charity.

  • The Web Series

    Fans who subscribe to our YouTube Channel will meet some of America’s finest: Veterans and First-Responders who are overcoming significant challenges, surrounded by people who work every single day of their lives to build them up, empower them, and partner with them to live their lives to the extreme! New and exciting content will be added frequently. Be a subscriber, and don’t miss one minute of this exciting series!

  • How To Watch

    How to Watch: All content will be free, and viewers are highly encouraged to make a donation online, as 100% of ALL online donations will go directly to the charities we highlight.

    Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, Like our Page on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Join our Newsletter for updates about new episodes and content, charity information, and BEVP gear!

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Our Mission

The The Bird’s Eye View Project utilizes extreme sports to connect our subscribers to the extreme needs of Veterans and First-Responders. Through a documentary film, web series, social media and live events, we will support our Veterans and First-Responders by raising awareness and funds supporting the challenges they face every day. Our mission is to bridge the growing divide between those who serve and those who benefit from their service, by encouraging all Americans to

“Support Those Who Support Us.”

You

Please help spread the word and as we raise funds for our Veterans and First-Responders. Without you, a successful "Bird's Eye View Project" would be impossible.

US

The Bird's Eye View Project has assembled an amazing team of top professionals, ensuring the success of this one-of-a-kind mission.

UNITEd

Only a team can make a difference. Together, we can help Veterans and First-Responders overcome the challenges they face every day.

THE BIRD’S EYE VIEW PROJECT TEAM

Jacob Schick
Jacob Schick is Executive Director of 22Kill.com and a third generation Marine. After a triple-stacked tank mine detonated below his vehicle in Al Anbar Province, Iraq in 2004, Jake suffered multiple injuries and burns that required amputations and treatment for brain injuries and PTSD. He is a advocate for maximizing potential in people’s lives and shares his story at public speaking engagements throughout the country. Jake has appeared on James Gandolfini’s HBO special Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq and also plays a role in Clint Eastwood's American Sniper.
Ryan “Birdman” Parrott
Founder & CEO of Bird's Eye Project, Ryan “Birdman” Parrott served eight years as a US Navy SEAL attached to Team SEVEN, completing three combat tours in Iraq. In 2005, Ryan and his team hit an improvised explosive devise (IED) throwing him from the vehicle with his face and arms on fire. He witnessed his team members suffer devastating burn and blast injuries, suffering first and second degree burns himself, as well as wounds from flying shrapnel. Parrott is committed to helping Veterans and First-Responders heal and lead fulfilling and productive lives.
John Wayne Walding
SFC (R) John Wayne Walding spent 12 years in the U. S. Army with 7 of those years being in 3rd Special Forces Group at Ft. Bragg NC. He has combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. During his career at 3rd SFG he worked on ODA 396/3336 as A SF operator and at the Sniper Detachment as a Sniper instructor. His military school experience includes: Special operations Target interdiction course, Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat, 3rd SFG Advance sniper, Special Forces Qualification course, and Airborne and Air assault.