MAP Certification Fees


These fees are payable along with submission of the completed MAP veterinary inspection form. MAP Certification does not include fees charged by the inspecting veterinarian. The applicant is responsible for covering any fees charged by the veterinarian to travel to the facility, carry out the inspection and fill out the forms.

New applicants must have two annual inspections, followed by reinspection every two years.

If certification lapses for a period of more than one year, the applicant may be required to restart the process with two annual renewals.

Fees for the initial, first year MAP certification are:

$50.00 for 1-15 flights, cages, or pens; or

$100.00 for 16 or more flights, cages, or pens.

Each renewal requires a veterinary reinspection at the applicant's expense.

The fees for renewals are:

$25.00 for 1-15 flights, cages, or pens; or

$50.00 for 16 or more flights, cages, or pens.

Please see the MAP Process page for more complete details.




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Preparing for MAP Certification:

The MAP Process

MAP's Key Elements

The Veterinarian's Role

Exotic Bird Facilities

Closed Aviary Concept

Flock Health Management

Managing Flock Emergencies

Record Keeping


Submitting Your Application:

Guidelines and Forms

MAP Fees


About the Organization:

Why We Need MAP

MAP History

MAP Founders

MAP's Future

MAP's Board of Directors


Frequently Asked Questions

Recommended Reading

MAP Certified Facilities

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