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Veterinarians

Avian Health Services

Jeanne M Smith, DVM

6201 Enterprise Dr. Suite D.

Diamind Springs, CA 95619

(530) 621 - 4171

 

Second Office:

8037 Fair Oaks Blvd, Suite 104

Carmichael, CA 95608

Mon-Wed-Fri

Official Bird Shop Vet!

Animal Medical Center

Kent Jackson, DVM

1525 Grass Valley Hwy.

Auburn, CA 95603

(530) 823 - 5166

Bird and Pet Clinic of Roseville

Victoria Joseph, DVM

3985 Foothills Blvd. (Behind Walgreens)

Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 773 - 6049

 

 

Madison Avenue Vet Clinic

Marianne Brick, DVM

8520 Madison Ave.

Fair Oaks, CA 95628

(916) 961 - 1541

 

The Medical Center for Birds

Brian Speer, DVM

3807 Main Street

Oakley, CA 94561

(925) 625 - 1878

 

 

Valley Animal Hospital

Christine McFadden, DVM

58 West 16th St. 

Merced, CA 95340

(209) 384 - 7387

 

 

 

University of CA, Davis

Exit from I80 onto Hwy 113-N

Take the first exit - Hutchincon Dr. 

Veer right on Hutchinson

Right on La Rue Rd.

Right of Garrod Dr. 

Follow Garrod into the client parking area.

(530) 752 - 1393

 

Clubs and Organizations

Capital City Bird Society

"The Capitol City Bird Society is based in Sacramento, CA. CCBS sponsors educational events to support and encourage the understanding of and the care of exotic birds, such as macaws, cockatiels, conures, finches, canaries, Amazons and love birds."

The Foothill Bird Fanciers

"The Foothill Bird Fanciers is a northern California organizaton based in Auburn which is dedicated to the conservation, care, understanding and breeding of birds. It was founded in 1977 by a small group of aviculturists. The purpose was to be able to meet monthly and share experiences with breeding birds."

American Federation of Aviculture

"The American Federation of Aviculture (AFA) is a nonprofit national organization established in 1974, whose purpose is to represent all aspects of aviculture and to educate the public about keeping and breeding birds in captivity."

Model Aviculture Program

"The Model Aviculture Program (MAP) is a national voluntary program for the certification of aviculturists through inspection by avian veterinarians. MAP is designed to improve the care and breeding of exotic birds."

Avicultural Society of America

"The objects of the Society are the study of foreign and native birds; the dissemination among the members and public of information for the care, breeding and feeding of birds in captivity; the perpetuation of species that are threatened with extinction; and the publication of matters pertaining to aviculture."

Central California Cage Bird Club

"The purpose of this organization is to develop, promote the proper breeding, humane

treatment, and care of birds of all kinds and varieties."

Reno Area Avian Enthusiast

"The Reno Area Avian Enthusiasts Club was formed in 1992 with a mission to bring together people who share a common interest in the keeping and breeding of cage birds in captivity."