1. To establish and maintain a national association of
interested societies and individuals to promote the advancement of
avicultural in Canada.
2. To represent the Canadian avicultural community internationally.
3. To disseminate information on the study and practical application
on all aspects of the science of aviculture through the publication of
The Avicultural Journal.
4. To support recognized expert aviculturists who are endeavouring to
breed rare and endangered species to ensure their future preservation.
5. To foster a greater understanding of the proper care and
management of pet birds among the general public.
6. To act on behalf of all Canadian aviculturists to assist all
levels of government in preparing informed legislation and policy, where
required, relating to aviculture; and to assist affiliate societies in
similar endeavours on a provincial, regional, or municipal level.
7. To establish standards for the exhibition of birds in Canada,
ensure their proper implementation through the maintenance of a national
Judges’ Panel, and to allocate and sponsor an annual Canadian National
Bird Show to provide a large scale comparison of birds bred to these
8. To provide a national identification leg band registry, coding
service, and a Canadian source of supply of such bands for affiliate