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Joining a local bird club can be a great way to meet other people who love birds. It's fun getting together and sharing stories and our love of our feathered friends with other bird lovers. If you would like to list your bird club for free on our site, please send us an email giving the name of your club, a contact email address, the city and state where the club is located and your club's web site address if you have one.
NOTE: Club Listings below are bird clubs with actual physical addresses who hold monthly member meetings.
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Central Alabama Avicultural Society
Meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at 2:30 at the Montgomery Zoo Meeting Area at the rear of the zoo.
Largest bird show and fair in the Southeast Labor Day weekend.
Email Atomictiels@aol.com for more information or directions.
South Alabama Cage Bird Society Inc.,
30945 5 Rivers Blvd, Spanish Fort, Al
Club meets the second Sunday of the month (except August) at 1:00 pm.
We also have an annual Bird Extravaganza the last full weekend in July.
For more information please email: BTATA1228@AOL.COM
or visit our web site.
The Alaska Bird Club Anchorage, Alaska
3550 East 20th Avenue
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or directions.
Foothill Bird Fanciers
The Foothill Bird Fanciers is a northern California organization based in Auburn which is dedicated to the conservation, care, understanding and breeding of birds. Founded in 1977 by a small group of aviculturists, the purpose was to be able to meet monthly and share experiences with breeding birds.
For more information contact Blue Wrigley at (916) 991-7421 or email email@example.com
Monterey Bay Cage Bird Club
Monthly Meetings and Educational Speakers
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Redwood Empire Cage Bird Club (RECBC),
Santa Rosa, Northern California
Sharing a common interest in birds as well as education for members and the general public in the care, keeping, maintenance & breeding of cage birds in captivity and supporting bird conservation. RECBC is a non-profit organization serving the Redwood Empire community for over 10 years. Our club meets monthly. Email email@example.com for more information.
Capitol City Bird Society
CCBS is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, care and captive breeding of all birds from softbills to the largest parrot. Founded in 1974, one of the largest bird clubs in N. California.
For more information email Ken Hadsell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocky Mountain Society of Aviculture
Started in Denver in 1961, 47 years ago.
We meet the 2nd Friday of the month at Westech Mechanical, 4755 Fox St. in Denver. Meetings start at 7 p.m. Members bring their birds to the meetings quite often and you can meet different kinds of pet birds. Great people that are birdie minded, monthly meetings, March Cage Auction, May Mart and November Mart and show are just a couple of reasons to join our club. See what it's about!!
For more info 303-456-0068
Connecticut Association for Aviculture
East Hartford, Connecticut
C.A.F.A. was founded in 1976 and is the oldest companion bird club in Connecticut. C.A.F.A. meets the second Tuesday of the month, March through December. There is social time from 7-7:30 p.m., followed by the business meeting, and then the programs.
For more information email email@example.com or visit our web site.
Exotic Bird Club of Florida Inc.
Brevard/Melbourne/Palm Bay Florida
Not for Profit - Visitors always welcome. Pets/Breeders/Exhibitors meet Monthly at the Palm Bay Senior Center. Affiliated with: ABS, ACS, NFSS, SPBE, and AFA. We hold a Fair, Show, and Auction, annually. Please see further details on our web site or email ExoticBirdClubofFlorida@yahoo.com for further information.
Bird Lovers Club
Pembroke Pines, Florida
Promoting humane and compassionate thinking, acquiring and handling of birds, as well as upkeep, general care, and the welfare of companion birds.
Meeting the third Sunday of every month at the Howard Forman Resource Center 8331 South Palm Avenue.
Speakers and food each month. Bring your bird!
Email Joyseagal@aol.com for more information.
Jacksonville Avicultural Society
Write to Post Office Box 57424, Jacksonville, FL 32217 for additional information
Come Join The Fun!
Tri-State Avian Society
A committed and diverse group of bird breeders and bird lovers who also donate to other organizations who help birds. Club members enjoy sharing their birds with the public whenever possible, as well as fostering and adopting unwanted and surrendered birds with permanent, loving homes. Striving to educate and inform the public about the joys of companion birds at every opportunity. Tri-State Avian Society Bird Club is known for its southern hospitality, friendly members, and welcomes everyone to attend club meetings, breeders and hobbyists alike. Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month, 2 P.M., Hazel Baker Community Center, 128 East 7th Ave., Havana, FL 32333. Please visit our web site for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Florida Budgerigar Society
Palm Bay/Melbourne, Florida
For more information contact by email Diane Stanton - email@example.com, or Yvonne Weir - YWweir@aol.com
Colorbred Canary Club of Miami
To encourage and support the breeding and exhibition of canaries. This club is the oldest of its kind in Miami, Florida. A club for canary breeders and hobbyists, who wish to learn about canaries, preserve and improve all canaries, and show their birds in competition. We hold a breeder show the first weekend in December each year. Colorbred and Type canaries are shown and judged in competition. Membership is open to anyone interested in keeping canaries or finches. Membership is accepted any time and also at the annual show so everyone who wishes may participate in our show. For more information please visit web site or email Fiveseis@hotmail.com
Suncoast Canary & Finch Club
Port Charlotte, Florida
Meets First Wednesday of every month at 7 P.M. at Collingswood Animal Hospital, 1419 Collingswood Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33948. Business meeting lasts approximately 1 hour, followed by a topic presented for discussion among the members and guests, facilitated by Dr. Alex Villareal. Discussion lasts 45-60 minutes. Club mission is to promote canary and finch enjoyment, meet new people with common interests and love of these small birds, and to learn and share the passion of canary and finch keeping and breeding.
To encourage young people to start in this hobby, Dr. Villareal has generously offered to mentor one or two young people ages 11-17. If you have an interest in participating in this mentoring program, contact Dr. Villareal at 941-625-7500 during daytime hours.
For further information please contact Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interstate Cockatiel Association
84-754 Ala Mahiku St. 44-B, Waianae, HI 96792
Cockatiel breeders & pet owners working together to better take care of our little feathered friends!
Heart of Illinois Bird Club
The Heart of Illinois Bird club meets the 3rd Sunday of every month at the Grand Hotel in Peoria, Illinois
You can also find us on Facebook
Email email@example.com for more information.
Greater Omaha Cage Bird Society
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Meets every third Sunday of the month at 3:00 p.m. at the Scandinavian American Society Hall, 7575 Crown Point Ave, Omaha NE - Spring Bird Fair April 26, 2009 Fall Bird Fair September 27, 2009 Mid-America Center, Council Bluffs Iowa $2.00 under 12 free (10am to 5pm)
Reno Area Avian Enthusiasts (RAAVE)
Email email@example.com for more information.
Meets the third Saturday of each month, 2:00 PM
Sparks Library - Located at Oddie & 12th Street
Wilmington NC Bird Club
Wilmington, North Carolina
Email WilmingtonNCBirdClub@hotmail.com for more information
The Wilmington NC Bird Club's mission statement/purpose is to educate and serve as a resource of knowledge for the Wilmington area about companion birds as well as to aid in ensuring that all local companion birds are safe, properly cared for and have the best care to ensure their welfare. This goal is accomplished through speakers at our monthly meetings and the sharing of information among our members, as well as training and education on the proper care for companion birds. The Club participates in the local community and in partnership with Phoenix Landing, to aid in finding new homes for companion birds that need them.
Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue, and Education (CAARE)
3641 South 20th Street, Fargo, North Dakota - Phone: 701-293-3833
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
CAARE was founded in 2000 as a non-profit corporation meeting in Fargo, North Dakota. The club was incorporated to reach out to the public providing education on the appropriate healthcare and general well-being of pet birds; to find good homes for unwanted and abused birds; and to provide a friendly and caring club environment for members. The club is family-oriented; both individual & family memberships are available. Monthly meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month. A social hour precedes each meeting to which owners are encouraged to bring their birds.
Greater Cincinnati Bird Club
Cincinnati, Ohio Tri-state area
Contact Raeann Richards at email@example.com for more information
Bi-monthly meetings held at 1:30 p.m. on a Sunday in February, April, June, October, and December at the Sharonville Community Center, 10990 Thornview Dr., Sharonville, Ohio. All meetings, except the Holiday Party, are held in the Lovitt Bldg., in the park across the street from the community center. The Holiday Party is held in the small meeting room, by the gym, in the community center. Parking is in the community center parking lot. Meetings are free to members and $3 for visitors.
Mahoning Valley Exotic Bird Club
Monthly meetings and newsletter. We meet third Sunday of every month at Exotic Pet Birds, 233 Boardman-Canfield Rd. at 6:00. We feature a large members library, educational outreach, community service, and member trips.
For more information contact President@mvebc.com
Northwest Bird Club
The Northwest Bird Club was started in the late 1970ï¿½s with the goal of promoting the keeping and breeding of exotic birds. The Club began as a spin-off from a poultry club. To this day many members keep poultry in addition to cage birds. The Club is based in Medford, Oregon and currently has members from all parts of the Pacific Northwest. Meetings are held 12:30 p.m. on the first Sunday of every month at Table Rock Mobile Village, 2385 Table Rock Rd., Central Point, OR.
South Carolina Young Birders Club
Lexington, South Carolina
Please check site and Facebook page for updates and field trips. Sponsored by The Santee National Wildlife Refuge. Headquartered near The Congaree National Park.
For more info contact Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE THIS IS A CLUB FOR WILD BIRDING & NOT A PET BIRD CLUB
Austin Parrot Society
Meets every third Sunday of the month, 2pm at The AGE Building in Austin.
The Austin Parrot Society is a group of like minded parrot owners in the Austin, TX area, who are dedicated to improving the welfare of their companion parrots through education. Also offering FREE toy making workshops and bird ownership classes in the areas of: Positive Reinforcement, Proper Nutrition, Enrichment, Foraging, and First Aid. Please contact email@example.com for additional information.
D/FW Exhibition Budgie Club
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas
Meets the 3rd Thursday of every month and hosts 3 Budgie shows a year. All events are free and open to the public. For a copy of club's e-mail newsletter or to learn where our next meeting will be held, please email Virgil at VLO@GTE.NET.
River City Bird Club
San Antonio, Texas
River City Bird Club is an association of avian enthusiasts, breeders & pet owners who desire to make the living, health and breeding environment of their birds the highest quality possible through education, research and avian experts. Membership in RCBC must meet certain critera. RCBC is proud to state that we have an advisory board made up of four local respected veterinarians. For more information concerning membership or any questions please contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Southwest Virginia Bird Club (SWVBC)
Informing owners and anyone interested in companion birds, the best methods of providing proper nutritional, environmental, and behavior-specific care. SWVBC holds regular meetings with programs that not only teaches about bird care, but also provides a community of bird lovers to share problems and successes; trade tips on cage cleaning, recipes, toy making, etc.; and provide support for our members and our community in our quest to enrich our birds’ and our lives
Meetings held at Huntington Court United Methodist Church
contact email@example.com for more information
Tri-Cities Pet Bird Club
For more information concerning meetings and/or directions please email DMRosane@aol.com.
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North Central Washington Avian Association
Contact: Kerry Bayliss at 509-784-1106 or email Kerrwill1@aol.com for more informaiton or directions.
Purpose is to foster awareness and care of all avian companions though outreach and education.
HOW TO LIST YOUR BIRD CLUB
If you would like to have your bird club listed, please email us the Club Name, City, State, contact info, when meetings are held and location, and brief description of your club's focus or mission.