Exhibition, Gamebird and Small Scale Production Assocations
Promotes in every way the standard-bred bantam hobby. Publishes the ABA "Standard of Perfection".
The ABA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides leadership to birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding. We are the only organization in North America that specifically caters to recreational birders. We also contribute to bird and bird habitat conservation through our varied programs.
Official web site and Newsletter for the American Dove Association. Has a great deal of good dove information.
Promotes growth and education in the American Emu industry.
Non-profit educational organization with a membership base of over 5,000 individual members nationwide and worldwide. The AFA is also a federation, comprised of over 200 affiliated bird clubs and organizations representing over 50,000 aviculturists.
American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is a nonprofit organization working to protect nearly 100 breeds of cattle, goats, horses, asses, sheep, swine, and poultry from extinction.
Promotes growth and education in the American Ostrich industry.
APPPA publishes a Quarterly Newsletter sharing information on production practices, processing equipment, marketing, legal issues, and more.
Promotes the rights and interest of the members to keep and rear pheasants, waterfowl and other upland aquatic and ornamental birds.
Promotes and protects in every way both the standard-bred poultry industry and exhibition poultry hobby. At the same time, the APA aims to assist, encourage, and help educate the junior poultryman either in the practical value of standard-bred birds for the poultry industry or the aesthetic value of standard-bred birds for exhibition. Publishes the APA "Standard of Perfection".
Promotion of registered Homing Pigeons as a recreational alternative. Site also contains: List of all registered AU members and Band Listings. Fact sheet on what to do if you find a lost or injured pigeon.
Association of enthusiasts interested in keeping, breeding and conserving all kinds of waterfowl including wildfowl, domestic ducks and geese.
Nonprofit member-activist organization. CAFF political and educational campaigns are building a movement of rural and urban people who foster family-scale agriculture that cares for the land, sustains local economies, and promotes social justice.
World's largest nonprofit wetlands and waterfowl conservation organization.
official website of the Guinea Fowl International Association
The International Crane Foundation (ICF) commits to a future where all crane species are secure - a future where people cooperate to protect and restore wild populations and their ecosystems. These efforts sustain the places where cranes live, to the benefit of countless other species.
Promotion of registered Homing Pigeons as a recreational alternative. Has a list of all registered IF members and Band Listings.
America's foremost all breed pigeon club, the NPA has served the pigeon fancy for over seventy-five years. List all affiliated clubs available by State.
has members in 50 states, Canada and 11 other foreign countries. It supports scientific wildlife management on public, private and corporate lands as well as wild turkey hunting as a traditional North American sport.
focuses its efforts on five core issue areas (Endangered Habitat, Water Quality, Land Stewardship, Wetlands, and Sustainable Communities), and pursues a range of educational projects, and activist, advocacy, and litigation initiatives, within these core areas.
nonprofit organization of business competitors in a single industry who work together to promote, protect and improve the gamebird and hunting preserve industries.
Nonprofit conservation organization founded in 1982 in response to the decline of the ringneck pheasant population.
RGS has two main programs affecting forest land -- be it public or private. The first is the Management Area Program (MAP) which provides technical and financial assistance to public land management agencies to assist in managing our public lands. Second, the Coverts Program provides training to active private forest landowners who have agreed to pass along their enthusiasm and the information they have learned to friends and neighbors.
Develop and promote the conservation of all species in the Galliforme Order. These are, broadly speaking, the gamebirds of the World.