Links to Avian Associations
  • African Love Bird Society
    An international organization dedicated to the keeping, breeding, and showing of lovebirds.
  • Amazona Society International (The)
    The Amazona Society is the world's oldest and most comprehensive information network on Amazons.
  • American Budgerigar Society
    A society organized to encourage and aid all budgerigar fanciers in their attempts to develop the Budgerigar into an outstanding exhibition species.
  • American Cockatiel Society
    America's original cockatiel society. Was established in 1976 as an international non-profit organization, dedicated to the improvement and standardization of the Cockatiel and its mutations.
  • American Federation of Aviculture
    The American Federation of Aviculture (AFA) is a nonprofit national organization established in 1974, whose purpose is to represent all aspects of aviculture and to educate the public about keeping and breeding birds in captivity.
  • American Singers Club, Inc.
    Founded by a group of eight women breeders whose goal was to create the ideal pet canary for American homes and to develop a standard for competition.
  • Association of Avian Veterinarians
    An organization formed to advance and promote Avian Medicine and Stewardship.
  • Avicultural Society of America (The)
    A non-profit organization founded in New York in October, 1927, by several aviculturists who saw a need to share their experiences and knowledge about the keeping of birds in gardens and aviaries.
  • Bird Clubs of America
    A national alliance of local bird clubs formed to elevate bird clubs to national notice and to provide all clubs with direct information and services while encouraging their individual participation in the many facets of national aviculture.
  • Bird Clubs of Virginia
    A non-profit federation of Virginia bird clubs.
  • Eclectus Society (The)
    Committed to the betterment of the captive population of the Eclectus parrots, and firm advocacy to the protection of their natural habitat.
  • International Aviculturists Society
    A group of aviculturists from around the world striving to protect, preserve, and enhance the keeping and breeding of all exotic birds through educational programs, cooperative breeding programs, and the funding of avian research and avian conservation programs.
  • International Parrotlet Society (The)
    Organized to promote interest in parrotlets, whether for exhibition, reproduction, care, knowledge, conservation, study, companion birds, or hobby; also to present to its members information to increase the understanding of the various genera, species and subspecies of parrotlets.
  • Midwest Avian Research Expo
    A group of pet bird owners, aviculturists, and veterinarians whose common goal is to produce research dollars to further the lives of our birds.
  • National Cage Bird Show
    Long regarded as the most fantastic (and largest) bird show on the North American continent, the National Cage Bird Show is held annually in November.
  • National Cockatiel Society
    Non-profit organization dedicated to providing information on the proper care, handling, maintenance, and breeding of cockatiels; to support avian research as to cockatiels; encourage selective breeding and developing color mutations through the study of genetics; support closed banding and record keeping; uniform judging; encourage ethical, thoughtful and constructive interactions among its members and fellow aviculturists.
  • National Finch and Softbill Society (The)
    A non-profit, hobbyist organization dedicated to the conservation, breeding, exhibiting and enjoyment of finches and softbills.
  • North American Cockatiel Society
    Founded in 1997 by a group of dedicated cockatiel professionals dedicated to the education of the pet cockatiel owners and breeders of North America.
  • North American Parrot Society
    Organized to maintain Fun and Fairness in exhibiting.
  • Pionus Breeders Association
    The Pionus Breeders Association is a worldwide network of breeders, pet owners, scientists, and conservationists.
  • Society of Parrot Breeders and Exhibitors
    A society of people who breed parrots and/or exhibit them.
  • World Parrot Trust USA
    Established to promote the survival of all parrot species and the welfare of every individual bird. The World Parrot Trust is the only international organization dedicated exclusively to the survival and welfare of the world's parrot species.

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