Events & Conferences
The HARI team actively participates and attends avian events & conferences around the globe. Bookmark this page to keep up to date with what is happening in the global avian industry.
As all dates may be subject to alteration or cancellation at short notice, please check details with the organizers by visiting their website.
If you have a parrot/bird show, exhibition, symposium or other event coming up, send us full details (firstname.lastname@example.org), including a contact telephone number for possible inclusion on this page. Kindly send us details at least two months before the date of the event.
Feather Fest 2017 – Royal Alberta Cage Bird ClubFeather Fest 2017! The 4th annual Feather Fest will be held on August 26 this year. Feather Fest has been growing in popularity every year. Read More
AFA 43rd Annual Educational Conference & ExpoThe AFA 43rd Annual Educational Conference and Expo is an incredible event to connect with and learn from leading Avian experts. Read More
A Day With the Birds 2017The Durham Avicultural Society (DAS) was founded to serve breeders in the area east of Toronto. Currently the DAS serves a much wider geographic area and their membership includes pet bird owners as well as serious breeders. Read More
The Parrot Society UK Summer Show 2017The Summer show is an ideal opportunity to purchase all the things you need for the rest of the breeding season and sell those early bred birds. Not to mention the ideal place to catch up with friends and fellow interested breeders to discuss and swap tales of our beloved birds and find out how everyone else's season is progressing. Read More
Essex-Kent Cage Bird Society Young Feather ShowAn Outing for the Whole Family Saturday, June 24th, 2017 The Essex-Kent Cage Bird Society will be there for their exhibition and Young Feather Show and Competition. Read More
Think Parrots Show 2017This year’s Think Parrots 2017 will be held again at Kempton Park Racecourse on 11th June 2017. The show will bring together the widest range of parrot enthusiasts. Read More