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         Bird Clubs:     more books (100)
  1. Bird Stories: A Collection of the Bird and Wildlife Stories Which First Appeared in Bird Stories Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Published by The Farmer Bird Club by William T. Cox, Dietrich Lange, 1932
  2. Princeton University. Bird club. Bulletin by William Arthur Babson, 1901
  4. Field checklist of Rhode Island birds (Bulletin / Rhode Island Ornithological Club) by Robert A Conway, 1979
  5. A guide to North American bird clubs by Jon E Rickert, 1978
  6. Birds and bird clubs, by George Sanford Foster, 1936
  7. The birds of Nevada, (Cooper ornithological club. Pacific coast avifauna) by Jean M Linsdale, 1936
  8. The birds of Essex County, Massachusetts (Memoirs of the Nuttall ornithological club. no. III) by Charles Wendell Townsend, 1905
  9. Birds of central Pennsylvania: The State College region (radius 25 miles from Old Main) : records of the State College Bird Club, inc by Merrill Wood, 1976
  10. Birds - Pbk (Nature Club) (Nature Club) by Alan Gill, 1997-01-01
  11. A systematic list of the birds of California, (Cooper Ornithological Club. Pacific coast avifauna) by Joseph Grinnell, 1912
  12. Check-list of California birds, (Cooper ornithological club of California. Pacific coast avifauna) by Joseph Grinnell, 1902
  13. Cotinga: Journal of the Neotropical Bird Club (Number 8, Autumn 1997)
  14. Weekly reader children's book club presents Mr. Biddle and the birds by John Lonzo Anderson, 1971

1. FNYSBC - We've Moved!
Federation of New York State bird clubs. For the birders and birds of the Empire State. 4/27. A Possible Nesting of Western Kingbird. by Terry Mosher. Photo ©. Jay and Kevin McGowan. A Probable Couch's Kingbird x Scissor tailed Flycatcher
Federation of New York State Bird Clubs For the birders and birds of the Empire State We've moved! You will now be forwarded to our home page at

(If you are not forwarded automatically, please click on the link.) Please navigate from there and change your bookmarks.

2. Central Jersey Bird Club - Cool Birds
CJBC and the other bird clubs of New Jersey have come together to review these regulations, inform members about them and discuss methods of addressing
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The Central Jersey Bird Club has a long-standing and unwavering commitment to excellence in aviculture. Our primary goals are education and support for avian research and conservation. To gather information and share it with all who desire to promote the health and welfare of all avian species, particularly those that are kept or bred as pets and identified as endangered species. History
CJBC was founded in 1991 by Alice and George Luchento, bird enthusiasts for many years. It serves Somerset, Union and Middlesex counties, but has members from other areas as well. We currently have about 150 active members and are growing all the time. Officers
President: Clare Borkowski
1st Vice President: Kelley Cooper
2nd Vice President: George Luchento
Treasurer: Alice Luchento
Secretary: Richard Forman Contacts
Phone: Alice Luchento (908)- 237-0557 FAX: George Luchento (908)-685-6525 Email:

3. Companion Bird Clubs In Maryland - No Frames
Information about pet bird clubs in the state of Maryland and some neat links, too! Companion bird clubs in Maryland. Links to bird clubs updated 01/14/02.
Companion Bird Clubs
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We have several companion bird clubs in Maryland, some where discussions and activities cover all companion birds and others that focus on one particular type of bird. Each group generally meets once a month. Some of them hold annual bird shows (similar to a dog or cat show), while other groups hold special events each year, but not shows. Click on the links to learn more about each club. Here's an important site you'll want to visit
All Companion Birds
Baltimore Bird Fanciers updated 10/06/03
Maryland Cage Bird Society

Of A Feather Companion Bird Club
Southern Maryland Cage Bird Club
For Budgerigars
Maryland Budgerigar Society
For Canaries
Maryland All Canary Club
Maryland American Singer Club of Today
Links to Bird Clubs updated 01/14/02 Links to Avian Associations Some nice bird links for you to visit Many thanks to The Connecticut Canary and Finch Club. They gave me this nifty-neato graphic so you can send me email if you have questions.
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4. Online Bird Club Directory
Types of Birds. Identify That Bird. Songs and Calls to See Birds. Checklists. Bird Trips/Tours. bird clubs. Bird Book Reviews. Bird Clipart. Make Bird Crafts. Watch Bird Cams
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Does your bird club have a web site? Check out the Bird Club Directory below and make sure your club is listed and the information correct. If your club needs to be listed, corrected, or linked, click here to fill out a form with the correct information. Send the form to me and I'll be glad to update your club's listing. What! Your club does NOT have a web site yet? Check out these places that have free web pages . All you do is fill out a simple form online and VOILA! instant web page. After you get your web page built, let me know and I'll add it to the Bird Club Directory with a link. Click here to go the Online Bird Club Directory More About Birding Chat
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5. Up At Six - Your Source For Information On Of Parrots, Macaws, Cockatiels, Cocka
Bird, Birds, Birds! Parrots, Parrot, Macaws, Amazons, Tiels, African Grey More!, Virginia, VA. Sign the Guestbook. bird clubs of Virginia. Welcome to bird clubs of Virginia's Home Page!
Bird Clubs of Virginia We have moved !!! You will automatically be redirected to the new BCV site. If your browser does not take you there click here Please be sure to bookmark the new page.

6. Sussex County Exotic Bird Club
We are active members in the American Federation of Aviculture, The World Parrot Trust, bird clubs of America, Rare and of course bird clubs of New Jersey.
    Welcome to Our Site in New Jersey Find out all about us below Who we are
    What we do
    Coming events
    How to contact us
    Macaws courtesy Don Bradner, Arcata Pet
    Our mission
    Articles Officers Next meeting agenda ... Classified Ads Our mission
    The club was founded in 1991 by Lisa A. Bocchiaro and Leslie Nelle. The reason for the formation of the club was due to the need for people with Exotic Birds to be able to meet and share their knowledge and experiences. Since the formation of the club we have grown to approximately 70 members from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Top Meetings
    Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Sparta VFW Hall, 66 Main Street (Rt 517), Sparta, NJ. Social time is at 7:00. Meetings start at 7:30Sharp. Business lasts about 20 minutes followed by our month's agenda. The evening closes with desserts and a raffle filled with all bird related items. Top Next Meeting Agenda
    May 19 - Thank you Bob DeAdder, for the Outstanding presentation that you did with your Pigeons It is always a pleasure to have you. June 16 - Dr. Paul Sedlacek - 7:00pm Meeting to be held at Animal Clinic of Morris Plains 3009 State HWY #10 Morris Plains.

7. Virginia Bird Clubs
Aviary Bird Club of Central Virginia (ABCCV National Capital Bird Club (NCBC) Pet Bird/Parrot Breeders Association Peninsula Caged Bird Society (PCBS) Southwest Virginia Bird Club
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8. Bird Club Index
Behavior Health/Medical - Reader Stories - Species. PRODUCT SHOWCASE. bird clubs. List Your Club On Our Web Site PO Box 5516 Riverside, CA 92517; Helen (909) 780-4102 or website. bird clubs of
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Bird Clubs List Your Club On Our Web Site
If you have changed your club's information or want a new club added to our club listing, please contact us with the information at
African Lovebird Society. P.O. Box 1472 San Marcos, CA 92079; website
African Parrot Society. P.O. Box 204, Clarinda, IA 51632-2731; website . Randy Karg (712) 542-4190.
Amazona Society. Diana Holloway, 235 N. Walnut St. Bryan, OH. 43506; or website American Budgerigar Society. A.B.S. Membership Secretary, Marion Blake 1302 E. 77th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46240 ; John Miles, 1004 Olmstead Dr., Glendale 91202-1430; (818) 241-6746 or website American Cockatiel Society Inc. Linda Miller, 9527 60th Lane North, Pinellas Park, FL 33782; (727) 541-4724; website American Dove Association. Kathy Hildreth, Sec.; 7775-15 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45236; (513)984-1372;; website American Federation of Aviculture.

9. Home Page Of The Stanton Bird Club
field trips juniors thorncrag ...
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The signs of spring are all around us, and once again a
family of endangered Peregrine Falcons have taken up res-
idence on the Kodak Tower in Rochester, New York. Watch
the Kodak Birdcam to see the nest of Mariah and Kaver. Check out the new Stanton Bird Club hats!
All the fashionable birders are wearing them. The Stanton Bird Club was founded in 1919 and named in honor of Dr. Jonathan Y. Stanton, a professor at Bates College in Lewiston. Over the years, a number of parcels of land were donated to the Club. These donations eventually grew to encompass some 310 acres, known as the Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary , in the heart of Lewiston, Maine's second largest city.
The Club is made up of people from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, but they all share a love of nature in general, and birds in particular. Today there are some 200 club members, including about 40 Junior Naturalists . A Board of Directors oversees the Club's finances and activities, both of which have grown tremendously in the last decade.
Although almost all of the Stanton Bird Club's activities are free of charge, membership is encouraged because dues help finance the educational programs of the Junior Naturalists, as well as help fund stewardship programs at Thorncrag and the Club's two other sanctuaries. Anyone interested in a membership brochure can e-mail membership chairperson

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Listing of BCA alliance clubs, bird education, club management and breeding programs.
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11. Pet Bird Clubs & Associations - PetStation
PET bird clubs ORGANIZATIONS. NATIONAL Clubs Organizations. REGIONAL Clubs Organizations Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA. United Kingdom. bird clubs OF AMERICA. Box 2005

12. Birds N Ways - Pet Parrots & Exotic Bird Associations & Bird Clubs
Find associations, societies, organizations clubs for pet birds, pet parrots and exotic birds. We list most bird associations, pets organizations, parrot societies bird clubs. Contacts, purpose of club, events.Companion bird clubs in Maryland Source for information on Maryland for your local AFA bird clubsFlightline Exotic Bird Society - Novelty, OH
Exotic Bird Associations

Exotic Bird Associations
Species-Related Associations Local Bird Clubs

13. Santa Clara Valley Canary & Exotic Bird Club
Santa Clara Valley Canary Exotic Bird Club PO Box 3466, Santa Clara, CA 950553466. Web Site Map. Other California bird clubs. California Bird Show Schedule.
P. O. Box 3466, Santa Clara, CA 95055-3466 Web Site Map Last modified: June 2, 2004 Upcoming Events:
  • June 13 , General meeting, speaker will be Steve Billmire. Topic will be colorbred canaries. Members are encouraged to bring their own bird or two for evaluation as to color classification.
    The meeting location will be the Peninsula Conservation Center, 3921 East Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto. Click here for map.
  • July 11 , Annual Picnic, guests welcome! Location to be announced.
  • August 3-7 American Federation of Aviculture 2004 convention in San Francisco. Not a club event, but we are affiliated with AFA and will have a booth there.
  • August 8 , General meeting, speaker will be Jim Tirado, trainer of falcons and hawks with live display, and work he is involved with in promoting the existence of Raptors.
    The meeting location will be the Peninsula Conservation Center, 3921 East Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto. Click here for map.
  • September 12 , General meeting, speaker will be Curt Gamil, talk will be on the care and training of cockatiels. There will be a live exhibit of Show quality birds.
    The meeting location will be the Peninsula Conservation Center, 3921 East Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto.

14. Online Bird Club Directory
bird clubs around the world that have websites or email contacts. Africa and the Near East bird clubs. Asia bird clubs. Australia, New Zealand, Oceania bird clubs. Canada bird clubs
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16. Pet Bird Clubs & Associations - PetStation
PET bird clubs ORGANIZATIONS. bird clubs OF AMERICA Box 2005 Yorktown, VA 23692 BORDER CANARY ASSOCIATION (UK) 31 Abbotsford Rd Galashiels United Kingdom

17. Kent Federation Of Bird Clubs
Affiliates organisations having similar objectives, advises member societies and grants patronage to pet bird shows and exhibitions. Includes area map, news, member societies, event and show dates, meeting venues, and times.



18. Bird Clubs & Organizations - PetStation

19. Ogston Bird Club
Bird Club Reports. Reports from local bird clubs. Links. Links to other bird sites on the web. For links and details of local clubs see the Local page.
elcome to the Ogston Bird Club Website. Press on the buttons below and explore the site. Check the news page, this is being regularly updated.
The latest information on birds seen at Ogston, this list is normally updated at least daily. Latest news and views from Ogston and the local area. The Ogston Bird Club Forum, the opportunity for you to make comments and give us your views or suggestions about the bird club and web site. The committee, who's who and a list of members with E-Mail contact addresses. The history of Ogston Reservoir and the Bird Club, details of the habitat, and what birds can be seen in the different seasons Take a virtual trip around the Ogston recording area Local photographs taken by our members Application form, how to join, subscription rates and what you get for your money. A list of local events and meetings in and around the area. Map of Ogston including most of the local names used to identify parts of the site The Official Ogston Bird Club List. Also year lists including the current year. A fun competition to find the top ten listers at Ogston Please send us an e-mail about the website or anything else of interest Ogston bird club items for sale, special offers for Ogston Bird Club members, plus any items members wish to advertise

20. Birdwatching Australia - A Directory Of Australian Birding Information.
A directory by region of tours, bird clubs, freelance guides, birdorientated accommodation, and reference information.
For comprehensive Australian weather information, visit the Australian Bureau of Meteorology site. Information by State Australian Interstate
Field Guides, Books, Videos and Other Products ... International Links
A directory of Australian birdwatching tours, bird clubs, freelance-guides, bird-orientated accommodation and reference information. Click on the state of interest on the maps or select from the menu on the left. New South Wales Northern Territory Queensland South Australia ... Western Australia If you have a site that you think would be appropriate to include in
Australian Birdwatching
please email Visitor number 115796
since 7/9/98 Last updated: 04 June 2004
This site is the property of Klaus Uhlenhut and has been produced for the benefit of all bird lovers. P.O. Box 1400, Innisfail, North Queensland, 4860, Australia
Phone: (07) 4065 5181 Fax: (07) 4065 5197
International Phone: 61 7 40655 181 International Fax: 61 7 40655 197
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