purpose of the SBBS is to study all avian species (native and foreign)
and their habitats; to disseminate among the general public and supporting
members, information on all aspects of avian care and breeding and the
preservation of endangered species and their habitats through written
publications, educational lectures, seminars and activities; and to
support and promote the propagation and preservation of species that
are threatened with extinction.
meet the second Monday of every month at the Salvation Army located
at 4223 Emerald Street, Torrance, CA. For further information you may
contact Karen Allen, "The Parrot Lady" ™ at Birds &
More, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or click on the South Bay Bird Society logo above.
Valley Bird Society, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, is committed to
educating the public in the health, welfare, and betterment of all parrots
and in supporting other organizations interested in conservation, research,
education, and adoption. They meet the 3rd Friday of each month. For
more information, visit their website at www.thewestvalleybirdsociety.com.
Raliegh-Durham Caged Bird Society has a membership of 100 families and
individuals which includes pet bird owners, breeders, pet store owners,
veterinarians and assistants, as well as students. The purpose of our
club is to educate club and community members about the care and breeding
of caged birds and larger aviculture concerns such as captive propagation
of rare and endangered species and the conservation of avian species
in their natural habitats.
us and other bird lovers in New York and learn about your feathery companions!
Our goal is to increase public awareness regarding the proper care of
avian companions to ensure them an optimum quality of life, and to foster
an interest and appreciation of birds. We wish to inform and influence
people toward a more humane consideration of avians.
Wildlife.org is dedicated to encouraging the positive portrayal
and treatment of wild species residing in the New York City metro area.
African Lovebird Society (ALBS) is an international organization dedicated
to the keeping, breeding, and showing of lovebirds. The term "lovebird"
refers to the nine species of small African parrots of the genus "Agapornis."
We’re glad you’ve found us. Please take some time to browse around and
is a Canadian bird club which was established in 1938. The Budgerigar
and Foreign Bird Society is one of the oldest bird clubs in Canada and
contains a great deal of information on the laws in Canada that pertain
to owning species not endemic to the country, plus many wonderful recipes
and other fun places to visit.
join the West Los Angeles Bird Club and meet other bird owners in your
area please visit our site.
Antelope Valley Caged Bird Society
Our meetings are the 2nd Friday of the month at 7:30 pm. Visit us on