Romeros

We would like to extend an invitation to join the Triangle Bird Club! Membership / Renewal Application PO Box 5343 Beaumont, TX  77726 All dues run from January 1 through December 31. Any member joining after October 1 shall have their membership extended through the following calendar year. Triangle Bird …

Acadiana Bird Club

Acadiana Bird Club,Inc.
was  formed to promote the health and well being of all pet and breeder birds. Our goals 
are the preservation of all bird species through public education on the proper care and 
breeding of birds. Please join us to help attain these goals.

We are a non-profit club

 

http://www.acadianabirdclubinc.com/index.html

Bird Clubs in Texas and LOUISIANA

TEXAS  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2LuvBirds Bird Flock – online club & chat group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/2luvbirds CONTACT: Jamie Whittaker 281-852-2600 or 281-217-0614 [ bjwbird1@…] Alamo Exhibition Bird Club – San Antonio, TX Monthly meetings on fourth Sunday at 3:00 PM Becker CPA Center, 8033 Pinebrook 78230 Contact: Carol Garcia [ccgarcia@…] or [aebc_info@…] See http://www.aebc.org for …

2016 Bird Marts and Shows

 October 8th.  

                                                         Corpus Christi, Texas
                                    Coastal Bend Companion Bird Club & Rescue Mission
                                                                                   www.cbcbirdclub.com

                                                                                 cbcbirdclub@gmail.com
                                                                       Contact Jim Harmon at 361-673-4629
                                                               October 8                                        

                                                            Houston, Texas                    
                                                              Canary & Finch Society

                                                     21st. Annual Show & Mart

                                                     Sheraton North Houston at Bush Intercontinental Airport

 

                                                    15700 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Houston, TX 77032

                                                             Guest Room Rates: $80.00 (Tax not included)

                                                                                     (281) 442-5100

                                                   Reservations must be made by Friday September 12, 2015!

                                Exhibitors: Check-in your birds Friday evening 7 – 9 PM, or Saturday 7 – 8:30 AM; 

                                                                         Judging Saturday 9 AM – 3 PM

                                                                  $2 per bird with a $50 maximum fee

                                                       Judges: Type Canary –   Finch –  Color Canary – 

                                                                      In Conjunction with CFS Show

                                                                           American Singer Show –  

                                              The Spanish Timbrado Society of America – $2.00 per bird

    http://canaryfinchsociety.tripod.com

                                                                   October 15th.

                                                                Cleburne, Texas

                                                            November 12th.                                                                                                     Temple, Texas

                                            Texas Bird Breeders Association                                                                                                Bird Mart & SHOW

                                        Mayborn Convention Center, Temple, Texas
(From the South Exit 303B • From the North Exit 304)

Public Invited 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Adults $3

                                                          December 10th.

                                                               Grapevine, Texas
                                                 BIRD EVENTS IN TEXAS

Parrot Festival

parrot-festival-logoWelcome to the National Parrot Rescue and Preservation Foundation!

The NPRPF is a 501(c)3 organization. Since 1999, we have been dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and re homing of our parrot friends. NPRPF helps others understand the value and the need for parrot rescue through education, the Parrot Festival, and other relevant sources.

Parrots are abandoned, lost, or displaced for various reasons and often the shock can cause unwanted behaviors. We work with each of the birds to curb these behaviors and to make them ready for adoption. We are always actively seeking homes for our parrots. To learn more on how you can bring home your next feathered friend, please visit our adoption pages.

No Bird Like George

A scarlet macaw named George was the first spokesbird for NPRPF. Originally from the wilds of the rainforest, he was shot down and left blinded in one eye with a crippled wing. After stays in several different homes, he went to live with Brenda and in 2000 he was offered the spot of spokesbird. He became world famous when featured in the August 2000 Bird Talk article by Chris Davis. George continued to make an impression on everyone he met, for his spirit shone deep in his eyes. One person even commented “I can see the rainforest in his face.” Sadly, George passed over the rainbow bridge in 2003 but he continues on in our hearts and is a core example of the love for our work. It is this impression we hope to make upon the world with our efforts at NPRPF.

The Parrot Festival

For over 10 years, we have hosted the Parrot Festival, an event dedicated to education and love of parrots. This annual conference helps support the birds of NPRPF while also offering support to various other bird organizations and owners through seminars, speakers, and vendors. It is the main fundraising event for NPRPF. Held at the end of January in Houston, TX, it is a great opportunity to connect with fellow parrot enthusiasts while still having fun! It is often called the “Home of Parrot Lovers”. Interested to learn more?

Check out our information on the Parrot Festival.

Have Questions?

Have questions about our work? Want to learn more about the Parrot Festival? Feel free to contact us at 713-557-BIRD (2473) or by email. Make sure to like us on Facebook  and subscribe to our Youtube videos! We look forward to seeing you at the Foundation and the Parrot Festival.

Written by Hilary Cairns

Welcome to the National Parrot Rescue and Preservation Foundation!

The NPRPF is a 501(c)3 organization. Since 1999, we have been dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and re homing of our parrot friends. NPRPF helps others understand the value and the need for parrot rescue through education, the Parrot Festival, and other relevant sources.

Parrots are abandoned, lost, or displaced for various reasons and often the shock can cause unwanted behaviors. We work with each of the birds to curb these behaviors and to make them ready for adoption. We are always actively seeking homes for our parrots. To learn more on how you can bring home your next feathered friend, please visit our adoption pages.

No Bird Like George

A scarlet macaw named George was the first spokesbird for NPRPF. Originally from the wilds of the rainforest, he was shot down and left blinded in one eye with a crippled wing. After stays in several different homes, he went to live with Brenda and in 2000 he was offered the spot of spokesbird. He became world famous when featured in the August 2000 Bird Talk article by Chris Davis. George continued to make an impression on everyone he met, for his spirit shone deep in his eyes. One person even commented “I can see the rainforest in his face.” Sadly, George passed over the rainbow bridge in 2003 but he continues on in our hearts and is a core example of the love for our work. It is this impression we hope to make upon the world with our efforts at NPRPF.

The Parrot Festival

For over 10 years, we have hosted the Parrot Festival, an event dedicated to education and love of parrots. This annual conference helps support the birds of NPRPF while also offering support to various other bird organizations and owners through seminars, speakers, and vendors. It is the main fundraising event for NPRPF. Held at the end of January in Houston, TX, it is a great opportunity to connect with fellow parrot enthusiasts while still having fun! It is often called the “Home of Parrot Lovers”. Interested to learn more?

Check out our information on the Parrot Festival.

Have Questions?

Have questions about our work? Want to learn more about the Parrot Festival? Feel free to contact us at 713-557-BIRD (2473) or by email. Make sure to like us on Facebook  and subscribe to our Youtube videos! We look forward to seeing you at the Foundation and the Parrot Festival.

Written by Hilary Cairns

http://www.parrotfestival.org/

American Budgerigar Society

Across the United States and across the world there are people who have a love and fascination for the budgerigar, or budgie as it is called. We welcome your interest in this great hobby of raising and exhibiting budgies and encourage you to seek out one of the affiliated clubs …

Alamo Exhibition Bird Club

The purpose of this non-profit corporation shall be to educate, develop and encourage the care and breeding of caged birds; to keep members and the public informed on laws and regulations pertaining to caged birds, and to oppose through education only, proposed laws and regulations that are detrimental to the …

Association of Avian Veterinarians

Mission Statement: The Association of Avian Veterinarians is an international professional organization of practitioners advancing and promoting avian medicine, stewardship, and conservation through education of its members, the veterinary community and those they serve. Slogan: “Advancing and promoting avian medicine and stewardship.” Purpose: Education of small animal practitioners with an …