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!
WBFI Soars High in Top 10 Canadian Bird Blogs List The birding community in Canada has something to chirp about! WBFI has been recognized as one of the top 25 Canadian Bird Blogs, ranking at number 10 on the list. Compiled by Feedspot, this comprehensive ranking is a result of a rigorous assessment based on…
The Soothing Melody of Birds: Exploring the Mental Health Benefits of Nature’s Song In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven world, finding solace and tranquility is becoming increasingly challenging. As our lives become more interconnected and demanding, it’s crucial to carve out time for nature and its remarkable healing powers. A recent study featured in The Washington…
WBFI Member Spotlight – Karen Burns Karen Burns, Vice President of Operations at Cosmed Group and Board Member of WBFI, has been with WBFI since the 1980s when annual meetings were held in Kansas City, MO. At the time, meetings were held in conjunction with the Western Seedsmen, and Karen was one of the…
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.
GET STARTED HERE WITH FEEDING RESOURCES: