Next Meeting

For 2019 -- Meeting places and times to be announced on Facebook. -- For Monthly Meeting Details Visit: FACEBOOK.COM/WOGBB


WA State Fair Bird Exhibit

Visit our bird educational displays at the WA State Spring Fair April 11-14, 2019, Auburn's Petpalooza May 18, 2019, and the WA State Fair September 6-12, 2019 in Puyallup, WA.


Member Bird List

Birds our members raise: East African Cranes, Pheasants (30 types), Peacocks (3 types), Francolins (3 types), Ducks (24 types), Partridge (5 types), Quail (10 types), Geese (5 types), Pigeons, Doves (3 types), Emu, Guinea Fowl, Turkeys, Swans, Grouse (7 types), Red and Grey Jungle Fowl, Chilean Tinamou, and Heirloom Chickens.


Digital Library Archive

WOGBB members may access our Digital Library Archive. We are currently digitally archiving WOGBB's entire library collection to preserve 50 years' worth of bird conservation knowledge.


Egg Collection Opportunity

WOGBB members have the opportunity to exchange eggs with other egg collectors. Come learn how to make egg displays, use them for arts & crafts projects, or Easter ornaments.


Pheasant Pen Newsletter

Our club newsletter is now available online. Visit the Members-Only page to download the newest issue.

Washington Ornamental and Game Bird Breeders -- WOGBB-- was created in 1965. Our club members are committed to sharing their knowledge of raising and breeding ornamental and game birds. We meet on the third Sunday of the month to tour member aviaries, zoos, museums, rescue organizations and wildlife viewing trips.

Become a Washington Ornamental and Game Bird Breeder Member!

New with WOGBB Membership:

  • WOGBB's Club Newsletter The Pheasant Pen
  • Bird Swap and Sell Website Access -- Trade & Sell Birds
  • Member Bird List
  • Full Access to our Digital Library Archive
  • Bird Care & Pen Building Advice
  • Black Vinyl-Coated Aviary Fencing at Bulk Prices and much more!

If you are as fascinated with breeding ornamental and game birds as we are, we'd love to have you has a member. Our members come from a wide range of backgrounds: beginning level backyard pet bird owners, experienced sideline breeders, hobby farm enthusiasts, professionals operating bird rescues or sanctuaries for endangered species, government game bird specialists, museum/university researchers, and zoo keepers.