THE CONNECTICUT PARROT
SOCIETY - PEOPLE FOR PARROTS!
The Connecticut Parrot Society, Inc. (CPS) is
the perfect place for people of all ages who are
interested in parrots, or who already share
their lives with them. Members include parrot
owners, breeders, professional hand feeders,
parrot rescue organizations and their
volunteers, parrot specialty shop owners, online
retailers, and veterinarians. A highly
diversified, friendly, and engaging fellowship
of parrot enthusiasts, CPS is a family-oriented
society that welcomes everyone to join!
members monthly opportunities to socialize, show
their birds, learn about different parrot
species, and exchange ideas about parrot care.
Meetings are held in centrally located
Middletown, Connecticut. Programs often include
knowledgeable guest speakers or educational
seminars. Additional membership privileges
include informative newsletters, field trips,
and eligibility to participate in the parrot
forward to meeting you and your feathered
CPS meets the
first Thursday of the month, with the exception
of July and August.
30 Boston Rd
Doors open at
6:30 p.m. for socializing. The speaker/program
begins promptly at 7:15 pm, followed by a brief
calendar and join us!
From Hartford/Enfield Area
Take I-91 South to exit 22 S, onto Rte
Exit Rte 9 at Rte 66 W
Follow 1.6 mi.
At 9th traffic light, turn left onto
1st building on left. Enter through the Main
New Haven Area
North to exit 18, onto Rte 66 E.
Follow Rte 66 E for approx. 5 mi.
Enterprise Rent A Car, take a Right at the
Light onto Boston Road, 1st Building on
Enter through the Main Entrance.
From New Britain/West
Take Rte 9
S, exit at Rte 66W, follow directions above.
From Old Saybrook Area
Take Rte 9 N, exit at
Rte 66W, follow directions above.
From Danbury Area
Take I-84 East to
I-691. Follow I-691 eastbound, through
I-91 and follow directions above
for Rte 66 E from New Haven area.
West to I-91 South and follow directions
from Hartford area.
that visitors, guests and non-members refrain
from bringing birds.
please observe our Parrot Protocol when bringing your
Parrot Society, Inc. (CPS) promotes educating
the public and its members about responsible
keeping and breeding of parrots. As part of that
mission, CPS provides information to its members
and to the public concerning legislation and
conservation issues impacting parrots in
captivity and in the wild.
Connecticut Parrot Society, Inc
P.O. Box 488
2006-2013 Connecticut Parrot Society, Inc.