Magnolia Bird Farm
The South Bay Bird Society is pleased to introduce the Miser
family; a family with the big heart and a great love. For over 40
years, Frank, Martha, Frank Jr., and many others in their family
have dedicated their lives to the avian community.
In 1955, Frank worked full-time as a switchman for
the Santa Fe Railroad, raising parakeets as a hobby. He decided his
work was interfering with his hobby so he left his secure job and
went into the bird business. What was one a 2 1/2 acre chicken
ranch on the corner of Magnolia and Cerritos avenues in Anaheim
became the Magnolia Bird Farm. Frank's hobby developed into a
business that today employs 40 people at two locations. In 1990, he
built a second store in Riverside with 10,000 square feet of retail
space, a nursery, and a seed warehouse. The Riverside location
is run by Frank Jr. and several other family members. You
can always find Frank Sr. at the original Anaheim store.
The Magnolia goal is to educate and inform the public
about proper bird care and to see that each customer leaves the
store with the right bird for their particular lifestyle. The
knowledgeable, friendly folks at Magnolia are always available to
answer questions: to give help with selecting the right bird, cage,
and accessories; and they do wing and nail clipping at no
charge. They also offer boarding in a clean and secure room at
very affordable prices.
To Frank, Martha, and the family, on behalf of all
the avian organizations you've so generously supported, we thank
you for sharing with us your many years of knowledge and experience
and for your unlimited generosity and support. We're proud of
your accomplishments and wish you at least another 40 years of
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