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Aloha Hawaiian Parrot Association
Encouraging and promoting the highest standards in aviculture, welfare and
conservation of the world's most charismatic birds.
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ANNUAL CLUB DUES (starting January 1, 2014)
$20/single or $30/couple, family, 2 or more, and entitles you to the Club Membership Card, good for 10% discount at several local pet stores.
Visitors may attend 1 meeting for free before paying dues.
OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: Cinde Fisher
Vice president: Alan Vanderpool
Secretary: Jana Julleis
Treasurer: Barbara Maxfield
Board of Directors: Jackie Johnson, Ron Stebbins, Paddy Sell
The ALOHA HAWAIIAN PARROT ASSOCIATION (AHPA) is the oldest and most-trusted parrot club in Honolulu, Hawaii, founded in 1992.
We have also been awarded (in 2013) the Certificate of Excellence from the City & County of Honolulu, "honoring and recognizing AHPA for their level of commitment and dedication to animal welfare in Hawaii."
We usually meet the 2nd Sunday of each month at 12 noon at Blaisdell Park in Pearl City (see map) with potluck lunch. (The dates may change if we have a special activity planned.)
The best way to stay informed of each meeting is to join our email list. Once joining, your email remains anonymous and will never be given out nor used by any other group(s) or individual(s) without your express written or verbal consent. [Contact Us]
Our members range from the novice to the experienced and knowledgeable parrot owner. The one thing we all have in common is our love and respect for these feathered treasures.
We welcome anyone with an interest in parrots, even if you don't already have one! One of the best ways to learn more about parrots is to attend one of our meetings where you'll see our birds and meet their owners.
We bring our parrots to the meetings, provided they are healthy and clipped or in cages.
Attendees should bring a beach chair since we sit on the grass, and bring a dish/refreshment to share for potluck.
For information call 808-381-5545.
Be sure to check out our "sister club" in Pennsylvania:
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