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National Bird-Feeding Society Celebrates 23rd Anniversary

Written by: Corporate
August 15, 2012 02:48 PM

May 25, 2012 -- The National Bird-Feeding Society (NBFS) celebrates its 23rd anniversary this year as well as important features and services presented on its www.birdfeeding.org and www.facebook.com/birdfeedingsociety websites. These sites serve as key resources for the bird-feeding and watching public, especially information about wild bird food and bird feeder preferences.
 
Established in 1989, the NBFS helps make the backyard bird feeding and watching hobby better - for people and wild birds by connecting hobbyists with education and research about backyard bird feeding. Educational information and materials are available to NBFS Members. Basic information can be accessed by the general public at www.birdfeeding.org but the most comprehensive information is available to registered NBFS Members. Membership in NBFS and participation in National Bird-Feeding Month each February is free as continuing services to the public.
 
The Wild Bird Centers of America (www.wildbird.com and www.facebook.com/wildbirdcenters) is proud to serve as exclusive sponsor of the NBFS. The Wild Bird Centers of America is a national franchise system supporting wild bird specialty and nature stores throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, contact: George Petrides, Sr. at (301) 841-6404 or george at wildbird.com
 
 

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