About the British Waterfowl Association
The BWA is an association of enthusiasts interested in keeping, breeding and conserving all kinds of waterfowl – wildfowl, domestic ducks and geese. We are 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. Join us for a wide range of services and facilities to help you get more enjoyment from waterfowl. We welcome beginners through to experts.
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In the Blog...
A recent ringed bird recovery shows something truly remarkable: the oldest known wild King Eider – was a
Promoting better knowledge of waterfowl habitat and the need for its protection. Recognising significant achievements and contributions by members and supporting all who share our interest.
Providing learning material to schools and exhibitors about waterfowl and their place in farming systems. Extending the knowledge of keepers to enable the highest standards of welfare and husbandry.
Promoting accurate exhibition standards of domestic waterfowl. Champion Waterfowl Exhibition and maintenance of a confidential database with Breed Registrars of British traditional breeds.