The Finch & Softbill Save program was created in
1988 to establish a consortium of breeders of
finches & softbills dedicated to producing and
maintaining a viable captive-bred population of
finches & softbills in the United States & Canada.
save these unique birds
White Cheeked Turaco
By NFSS Member Kateri Davis
Davis Lund Aviaries
Inside you’ll find informative
articles written by fellow NFSS members,
photos, tips/tricks, bird supply retailers,
local club events & more.
The National Finch and Softbill Society is dedicated to promoting the Enjoyment of keeping and breeding Finches and Softbills to all Interested parties, enhancing our knowledge of the proper care of these birds, encouraging breeding programs, and working with other organizations for the preservation of aviculture in this country.
NFSS Upcoming 2017 General Election
For Officers Serving 2018 & 2019
Ballots must be postmarked by October 1, 2017
Position Descriptions – Link (PDF)
Election contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 Election Ballot Information – Web page Link
Candidate Bio – Link (PDF) Link (Word)
Ballot – Link (PDF) – Link (Word)
Welcome to NFSS Annual Finch Save Census – Dates extended to 8/31/17.
Each year NFSS opens it’s census to collect numbers of species our hobbiest, breeders and pet owners own.
NFSS encourages all to participate. Only your bird information will be published in our Quarterly Journal.
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The Finch & Softbill Save program was created in 1988 to establish a consortium of breeders of finches & softbills dedicated to producing and maintaining a viable captive-bred population of finches & softbills in the United States & Canada.
Whenever you buy closed metal leg bands from the NFSS, we track those numbers so no matter where your offspring end up their information is recorded. Bands are a must for breeding to identify parents from juveniles.
Showing your birds has never been easier with a detailed guide, complete list of general standards and even the latest Judges Handbook. Also if you’re interested, sign up to become a NFSS judge or contact a current one from our listing.
Join now to begin receiving copies of the NFSS bi-monthly publication, “The Journal.” Inside you’ll find informative articles written by fellow NFSS members, photos, tips/tricks, bird supply retailers, local club events & more.
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The NFSS is a nonprofit organization as described in section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We are a group of hobbyists dedicated to the conservation, breeding, exhibiting and enjoyment of finches & softbills. This is accomplished through our standards for aviculture as well as annual activities & community outreach at both national and local events. We also actively participate in conservation programs across the globe in the name of our finch & softbill species that we keep in captivity. Any funds you donate will go directly back into the organization towards educating the public including newcomers to the hobby and keeping aviculture alive.