Registration has been voluntary until now.
The new restrictions cover chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, partridge, pheasant, pigeons, peacocks, swans and quail.
Budgies and other caged birds are not covered.
A statement released this morning by Minister for Planning and Environment, Senator Freddie Cohen, listed a raft of new restrictions.
However, he stressed there was no immediate risk to Jersey’s bird population.
Among those who will be affected are the Island’s ten or so pigeon fanciers, who between them have around 1,000 birds.