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This week's issue

 

In the July 19 2017, issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, while the Lizard canary's history from its Georgian roots is lengthy, the variety has persisted with little change, finds Huw Evans – though that's no guarantee for the future


In news, funds from the recently dissolved Wigtownshire C&AB Society have been shared between two bird clubs and one wildlife rescue centre and the number of different species bred by Foreign Bird League (FBL) members in 2016 has increased by 35 since 2015, and includes nine potential first breedings for members.


Off with the nest feather, on with the new set... it's a stressful period for most young birds, and let's not forget their breeders! Dave Brown considers the highs and lows of the moult


Bob Baggs relives some of the priceless hours with his garden birds this spring

 

Moheb Nabil relates how the crested and Japanese crested varieties have taken root and developed rapidly in Egypt, leading to the country's first ever international budgerigar show


Plus lots more, including Gail Harland's Waterbirds, Marketplace, From the Archives, mite and Companion Parrots, plus lots more.

 

 


 


 

 

 





 

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