Florida Federation of Aviculture History
In 1991, the Florida Federation of Avian Societies was formed to focus the efforts of Florida bird clubs on national, state and local legislation affecting all bird owners.
In order to encompass all levels of bird keeping, the directors of FFAS voted to change the name of the organization to the Florida Federation of Aviculture in order to give all aviculturists – individuals, bird societies, and commercial entities – a unified voice when dealing with legislative issues and our rights to keep exotic birds. FFA was incorporated in March 1997.
Membership in the FFA
Membership – click here for brochure
As an FFA member you will receive the newsletter of the Florida Federation of Aviculture which is filled with notices of affiliated society events, articles on topics such as avian health, nutrition, housing and care, conservation, research, legislative updates, and a directory of sponsors, directors, officers and members.
Benefits of Membership
- You may participate in monthly FFA meetings and receive a copy of the minutes.
- Members are kept up to date on proposed and pending legislation and regulations that may affect avicultural interests.
- Members receive a copy of FFA’s Classified Ads.
For All FFWCC License Holders:
To be on an "Exotic Animal Emergency List" to receive Alerts, emergency information, updates on
current legislation please e-mail
with your e-mail address and name as you are listed on your FFWCC license.
This list will NOT be species specific.