ABOUT TROPICAL BIRD FANCIERS
The last meeting of TBF was held in December 2005. At that meeting it was voted to disband and to donate all moneys to the Zupreem Matching Funds Program in cooperation with Morris Animal Foundation.
Located in Lake
Havasu City, Arizona, we are positioned mid state on the
far western border. In the heart of the Mohave Desert, Lake Havasu
makes up 45 miles of a 90 mile section of the Colorado River
between Davis and Parker Dams. Our summer temperatures often
reach 115 degrees and above throughout July and August, which
brings about many bird keeping problems specific to heat.
dedicated to expanding the understanding, protection and breeding
of birds, we are always vigilant for new information, and most
willing to share any knowledge we have to uphold our oath to
make this a better world for our feathered friends; understanding
their nature to better provide for their true needs; protecting
them from those who only seek profit and care little for their
welfare; breeding, not only for the enjoyment of others, but
to purify bloodlines, and save those breeds on the brink of extinction.
Our last newsletter, "SQUAWK TALK", is still online. It has several articles on the "Bird Flu".We
hope that it along with links from this site, will help to better
educate anyone that desires to know more about the wonderful
world of birds. There are many other sites world wide with information
on their specific area, you will find some of them listed on our links page.
If you have any questions and comments you may email our newsletter editors at firstname.lastname@example.org (click below)
we are happy to be of service and thank Geocities
for giving us this opportunity to spread our wings.