Agriculture, Fisheries → Aviculture
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Aviculture is the practice of keeping and breeding birds, especially of wild birds in captivity. Aviculture is generally focused on not only the raising and breeding of birds, but also on preserving avian habitat, and public awareness campaigns.
Organizations relating to Aviculture
Association of European Hatcheries / Est. 2015
Centre sous-régional d'aviculture moderne, Congo Brazzaville
International Aviculturists Society
European Federation of Branches of the World's Poultry Science Association / Ås, Norway / Est. 1960
International Federation of Aviculture / Est. 1905
World's Poultry Science Association / Beekbergen, Netherlands / Est. 1912
Inter-American Committee on Avian Health / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 2004
Federation of Central American and Caribbean Poultry Sciences / San José, Costa Rica
Nordic Poultry Science Association / Est. 1919
Asian Pacific Federation of the World's Poultry Science Association Branches / Silver Spring MD, New Zealand / Est. 1981
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