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Our club does not foster nor adopt exotic birds.  In Ohio, the Miami Valley Bird Club and Rescue in the Troy area does accept birds as well as Parrot Hope Rescue in Mantua.  Both adopt birds out. We also know of a few others that do so contact us via mail for more information.

UPCOMING: Tuesday, April 30 @ Panera Bread’s Community Room in Hilliard on 3625 Fishinger Blvd. Social @ 6 pm and meeting at 7 pm to discuss the bird fair, plan upcoming events, date for next years bird fair, and ongoing community involvement.

THANKS to all the vendors and parrot enthusiasts who attended our 26th annual bird fair on Sunday, April 7. Thanks to Barley 31 food truck for the wonderful tasteful food. Hope to see everyone again next year!

2018 club donations went to 6 organizations that support our mission statement. They are Parrot Hope Rescue in Mantua, Ohio. Miami Valley Bird Club and Rescue near Troy, Ohio, Oasis Sanctuary in Arizona, World Parrot Trust, Ohio Bird Sanctuary in Mansfield, Ohio, and Texas A&M Schubot Exotic Bird Research Center (established in 1987) under the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

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Current Officers 2019

President - Susan Dugan

Vice President - Carol Crocker

email:  cockatiel3gal@columbus.rr.com

Secretary - Patti Hughes

Treasurer - Janet Brenot

 

CONTACT:  MAEBS,

P.O.Box 3451 , Dublin, OH 43016

Facebook:  Ask to join MAEBS Discussion Forum

MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of the club is to educate the keepers and breeders of the avian community, to promote advances in aviculture, better husbandry, conservation, education, and research for the well being of the avian species.  The club shall operate as a NOT-FOR-PROFIT organization.

IN THE BEGINNING:  The Mid-American Exotic Bird Society (MAEBS) was formed on October 17, 1980 by:

Richard E Baer, DVM    Mark Reader    Donn Griffith, DVM    Stephen W Daulton    Jane Washburn    Jerry King    William Maynard