The Avicultural Society of Australia Inc. supports its members in the breeding and conservation of aviary held birds.
Any lost or found birds, please phone Tom Hobbs – 0458 440650
The Society meets at 8pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month (Except December) at our meeting place in “The Pines Learning Centre” 520 Blackburn Road, East Doncaster.
Melway Ref 34 D5.
Entrance on South Side of the building.
The Centre is located just north of Reynolds Road off Blackburn Road
behind the Pines Shopping Complex.
Monthly meetings are held in Melbourne and at various country branches within the state of Victoria.
Visitors are Always Welcome at our Monthly Meeting.
MEETING DATES FOR 2023
May 24th, June 28th, July 26th, August 23rd, September 27th, October 25th, November 22nd, December 13th.
April 2023 Speaker: Tom De Graaff
Tom started his bird life with the Ballarat Branch of our Society. Over the years, he has kept and bred a variety of finches, doves and small parrots since 1970.
He is a 50-year member and a Life Member and, through studies, came to attend Melbourne meetings during the seventies. Tom’s studies in zoology and genetics tied in perfectly with aviculture. It was at the start of quite a boom in the breeding of lovebird mutations, followed by grass parrots and then rosellas. Tom has written a number of articles on the subject but his talk this time will concentrate more on population viability, mutations and the future.
His topic is Populations in the wild and captivity – viable?
Members with ideas for future presentations please contact:
Chris Farrell Phone 0412 301 499 email firstname.lastname@example.org