Rules & Meeting Manners
Birds enjoy meetings too, but it's a big responsibility! Germs may
be airborne or transmitted through droppings or hand-to-hand
contact. To protect the health of your bird and those of others,
please observe the following regulations:
Do NOT bring the following birds to meetings:
You must be a The Parrot Club member for at least 60 days in order
to bring a bird to a meeting. Non-members may not bring birds to
Flighted birds must be confined to cages or carriers.
Baby birds do not yet have sufficient immunities; if you
must bring a young bird to a meeting, it must be confined to an
incubator or other container with solid sides. You may be asked
to leave the bird in an isolated area of the meeting hall.
Newly acquired birds (birds you have had for less than 60 days).
Birds that are sick or currently under treatment for illness or
Birds that have been under treatment for an illness within the
past 60 days.
Birds that have been exposed to sick birds.
Birds that have been boarded at a pet shop within the past 60
Birds that have been exhibited in a show within the past 60
Elderly or immuno-compromised birds.
Donít risk a citation from the "Poop Patrol". Please clean up after your
bird. We are responsible for leaving it as we found it. Flung foodstuffs,
feathers and droppings are the responsibility of your birdís human companion
Remember, even the friendliest bird can bite. Please do not touch another
person's bird without their permission.
You are responsible for your avian companion. Please make sure it is
supervised at all times.