The lOA shall recognise the rings issued by its affiliated societies provided that the society has paid its affiliation fee for the current show season The rings issued by the society are closed aluminium rings equal in quality to those issued by the IOA. Plastic rings and split aluminium rings shall not be recognised. The rings must be colour coded in accordance with the C.O.M. colour sequence The rings must be the correct size for the particular species or variety, as stipulated by the IOA. The rings must be engraved with the year, size, society initials, a unique breeder’s code and the number of the ring. The society keeps accurate and up to date records of its ring sales, so that individual birds and their breeders can be identified upon request by the IOA. Individual members of the affiliated society have registered the rings with the IOA in accordance with Appendix 2.2 ii). Members of affiliated societies may register the ring numbers of their birds with the lOA. Applications for registration must be accompanied by:
FOR 2016 the IOA are pleased to welcome two of the UK’s leading associations to their affiliation scheme,The YORKSHIRE CANARY COUNCIL and the RED & COLOUR CANARY ASSOCIATION UK.
For 2017 the IOA are pleased to welcome two new associations to their affiliation scheme Accademia Ornitologica Italiana.(Italy), South Coast All Gloster Club.
For 2018 the IOA are pleased to welcome two new associations to their affiliation scheme,the first time any one from the Fife canary clubs have joined.
North West Fife Canary Club, West of Scotland Fife Canary Club.
THE FOLLOWING SOCIETIES ARE AFFILIATED TO THE I.O.A.
From 2012 all Affiliated societies will be awarded Three of the IOA’s besopke rosette’s for their own shows.
New 2017 Bespoke Affiliated societies rosette’s.
2014 Rosette Sponsors.New to the IOA are from Italy Robert Scurati and from the UK Superpets-on-line.co.uk