About the BWA
The BWA is an association of enthusiasts interested in keeping, breeding and conserving all kinds of waterfowl - wildfowl, domestic ducks and geese.
We are a registered charity dedicated to education about waterfowl and their conservation, as well as to raising the standards of keeping and breeding ducks, geese and swans in captivity.
The BWA offers members a wide range of services and facilities to help them get more enjoyment from waterfowl. We welcome beginners through to experts.
Why not join us?
Receive the BWA Waterfowl magazine three times a year, offering you advice, information and exchange of views. Keep in touch with a network of members, and attend national, regional and local BWA events. We organize the National Championship Waterfowl Exhibition as well as visits to interesting collections, members days and learning workshops.
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Swan Rescue, Stourport, have rescued a Steinbacher Goose from the River Severn. If this is yours, please contact our secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note the date in the advertisement for this event in the Waterfowl magazine is wrong. It is October not November. The date is correct in the events page and on the show schedule, and also on the events page of this website.
All members wishing to attend the AGM, please let the secretary know before 10th February. See events page for details.
The Poultry Group, under the auspices of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, is trying to gather information about
the numbers of each of the breeds of domestic geese featured on the RBST watchlist. If you keep these birds and
have not already been approached by the breed registrars, we would be very grateful if you could complete and
return the survey to the relevant registrar
NEW Facebook page. Click on the logo at top left.
Do you sell Mandarins or Carolinas? Please see the document on selling these birds.
Thinking of keeping waterfowl?
Ready to buy?
Birds for sale