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Tennessee Valley Exotic Bird Club
P.O. Box 51425
Knoxville, TN 37950
Officers: See Newsletter (page 2)
|PURPOSE OF THE CLUB
- To faciliate the education of the club members, the pet trade, and the general public regarding husdandry, propagation, and disease of pet birds.
- To foster the preservation and propagation of all birds
- To present educational programs, exhibits, activities, and competitive events in accordance with the general purpose of the club.
Two birds need to be re-homed:
Here is a picture of my conures - Barney and Boo Boo.
They are a bonded pair and cannot be separated. They are not a breeder pair even though they have had 3 babies. Egg laying is not encouraged since she had laid a number of eggs. They spend most of their time outside the cage and truly love each other.
HISTORY OF THE CLUB
In the spring of 1968 several owners and breeders of exotic birds, realizing the need for a bird club in the Knoxville area, started a club with the help of the University of Tennessee Veterinary College. The Club became official in the fall of 1988 with their first election of officers. It became known as the Tennessee Valley Caged Bird Club. In later years the name was changed to the Tennessee Valley Exotic Bird Club (TVEBC).