I saw this on the BOCA website at:
So far this month I helped several overseas birdo's
with enquiries about local to my area birds! would it
be rude to ask them to join BOCA as a way of payment?
for what I know many on this list supply? and is it
possible to pay for another persons membership? or
perhaps to give a membership away as a competition
John A. Gamblin
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