Bird clubs are great resources for anyone interested in keeping birds. All bird owners go through similar experiences, so the sources of information about a variety of subjects can be a big help. Club members can recommend places to buy your supplies, teach you how to hand feed babies, and refer you to a qualified avian veterinarian. Or, if you have had a lot of experience, you may be able to help share that type of information with someone else who is just getting started out.
Bird clubs can also keep you aware of current legislation that may affect which species of birds you may keep or how many. Clubs may have functions that would interest you, such as fairs, shows, swap meets, and clinics. Meetings may include guest speakers. Even if you join only to get the newsletters, you will be well-informed! Another great benefit is that you meet a lot of people with similar interests, and some great, long-lasting friendships may evolve!
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GOCBS meetings are held on the third Sunday
of each month at The Center (Center Mall).
1941 S. 42nd Street Suite 214, 3:00 p.m.
Please stop in and join us!
Visitors are always welcome.