WBFI Annual Meeting- Registation is Open!
WHO: WBFI Members & Nonmembers
WHEN: November 7-9, 2023
WHERE: Paradise Point Resort in San Diego, CA
This is a perfect opportunity to connect with future customers and like-minded individuals to elevate your position in a growing industry.
Paradise Point is tucked away on gentle Mission Bay in the heart of San Diego and features comfortable bungalow-style guestrooms right on one mile of sandy beach with five swimming pools, beach bonfire pits, a marina, five dining venues, an award-winning spa, and endless recreation options.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity!
By: Jenna McCullough, WBFI Research Consultant California (1), Oregon (2), Washington (3), and British Columbia (4), Canada are reporting cases of a zoonotic disease, salmonellosis, impacting common feeder birds. These cases are mostly concentrated in Pine Siskins (Spinus pinus) and other finches. Salmonellosis is a disease caused by the bacterium Salmonella enterica, which naturally occurs in the digestive…
As more and more people appreciate and enjoy the beauty of wild birds and realize the therapeutic relaxation birding and bird watching offers, the demand for increased quality wild bird feed grows. To meet the growing demand, Turtle Mountain Seed Co. management has determined it is in the company’s best interest to increase their product offerings…
HAS SPRING SPRUNG? A few of our midwestern wild bird feeding members have noticed with warmer weather coming, the birds are too! Spring isn’t quite here yet, but as the weather starts changing the migration will be in full swing. Check out this live migration as the seasons change in your area by BirdCast. Once…
Wild Bird Feeding Institute has created resources to promote proper feeding practices for bird-feeding hobbyists and members. Learn about how you can promote smart practices such as properly cleaning your feeders to help prevent the spread of disease:
Members of WBFI have access to an exclusive info hub of resources including the latest research on best feeding practices and additional assets that can be customized for your business.
The Wild Bird Feeding Institute’s (WBFI) marketing campaign, #FeedTheBirds is an ongoing marketing initiative to highlight the benefits of the birds feeding hobby.
This campaign focuses on the mental health benefits of bird feeding. Several studies prove birds help lower stress, anxiety, and depression. With technology becoming more pervasive, and society’s concern with mental wellness, we think interacting with birds is a natural remedy.
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