The Ornithological Museum F.O.I. Onlus preserves, studies and exhibits the birds that live in the wild and those reared by man. Today the Museum has more than a thousand pieces of rare beauty, but what makes it unique in the Italian museum, and probably European, is the exposure of the birds of local farms. Thanks to conservation techniques and studied, here can be traced over time the evolutionary sequence of the different breeds, their mutations of infinite colors and varieties. The Museum is not only a physical place to visit, but it's a multiplier of activity, a flywheel that will allow the F.O.I. to become a driving force of new activities in the field of wildlife and conservation of nature.