South Bay Bird Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit public benefit
corporation founded in 1974. Our main focus is educating the
general public, members, prospective new owners, and potential
breeders on the health, well-being, longevity and stability of
birds of the world, our treasured companions and those living in
SBBS Mission Statement
The mission of South Bay Bird Society is to study all avian species (native and foreign) and their habitats; to disseminate among the general public and supporting members,
information on all aspects of avian care and breeding, and the preservation of endangered species and their habitats though written publications, educational lectures, seminars, activities, and to support and promote the propagation and preservation of species that are threatened by extinction.
Officers of the corporation for the year 2012 are as follows:
Board of Directors
Appointees / Club Helpers (Non-Voting Positions)
|Director of Education
||Tomi Takemoto & Marie Calleja
|Adoption & Foster Care
||Janet Ragonesi & Marie Calleja
|Consultant / Past President
||Sylvia Skidmore, Lorrie Mitchell & Marie Calleja
|SBBS Honorary Youth Ambassador
South Bay Bird Society meets the second Monday of each month at the
Salvation Army Meeting Hall at 7:30 p.m. The
Salvation Army facility is located at 4223 Emerald St, Torrance, CA
(at the corner of Emerald and Earl Streets, just north of the Little Company of Mary Hostpital complex).
Driving directions are available at Yahoo.com. You can also click the map below to zoom in or out to get your bearings.
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