We are happy you found us and would like to extend an invitation for you to join our society of parrot-crazy folk!
Founded in 1979, the Northwest Exotic Bird Society (NWEBS) is the
oldest bird club in the Puget Sound area. Our mission is the promotion
of responsible aviculture, education and support for exotic bird owners
and breeders. NWEBS meets monthly in Seattle presenting speakers,
activities, and events on a wide-range of bird topics and publishes a
newsletter bi-monthly. Many of our members also participate in
various birding activities ranging from backyard bird watching, raptor
banding projects, Christmas bird counts, wildlife rescue and
rehabilitation, and so forth. NWEBS is also the Washington State
affiliate of the American Federation of Aviculture (AFA).
If you are interested in parrots and pet birds, come on down. We would love to meet you!
We meet at the Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Building (map) in Seattle on the third Sunday of the month at 2:00 PM. Be sure to check our Calendar page for descriptions of upcoming events.
Sunday, September 21, 2014 - General Meeting. Jean Gautier is Speaking on Oasis Sanctuary - on the Ground View.
Please see the Calendar
for further details.
Directions to the Lawn Bowling Building: going north on Aurora past 50th street, as you go under the 3rd pedestrian overpass, put on your turn signal and make a SHARP right turn at 59th street into the parking area. Immediately turn left and park near the far end of the parking area by the Lawn Bowling Building.
Bird Care Video
Bringing Birdie Home - Birds are excellent companions. Before buying or adopting one of these magnificent, intelligent, and long-lived beings, please do your homework to learn all about their needs and proper care.
If you have lost or found a parrot, please be sure to post a message on 911ParrotAlert.com, Craigslist.org for your area, put up posters in the area where the bird was lost, and also be sure to contact us for assistance.
Adopt A Bird
If you are thinking of getting a parrot, please consider adopting! Contact us to find ones that are available and check the "Adopt A Bird" section in the Forums.