The QCBS is primarily concerned with local, state, and federal government legislation concerning the private ownership of all avian species in Queensland. There are dozens of clubs affiliated with us and it is their input that directs the actions of the QCBS.
Affiliated clubs can appoint up to three of their members as delegates to represent their club's views. Attendance via the internet is available. Meetings are bi-monthly, with an AGM held in September each year. Affiliation covers the financial year from 30th June to 1st july. Special meetings can be called if requested.
The QCBS is the author of the 'Code of Practice - Aviculture' which has been adopted by the Queensland Government as part of the Nature Conservation Act. This document has also been adopted as the minimum bird-keeping standards by the Logan City Council, one of the largest local council administrations in Australia.
The QCBS has also written the 'Queensland Code of Practice for Bird Sales' which is a recommended list of minimum largely animal-welfare requirements that bird clubs may adopt whole or in part.
Avicultural clubs and societies are invited to join the QCBS to continue to build a strong united voice to protect our hobby and promote the values that bird-keeping represents.
Our motto: 'Unity in Aviculture'. (more)
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