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Bengalese Finches
British Birds
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This week's issue

 

In the June 21 2017, issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, once you have founded a stud, how do you give yourself the best chance of making progress? Fred Wright recalls the singular methods of one of his strong early influences: Jim Hutton, whose management of a small core of birds was a model of how it should be done


In news, a Scottish bird club aims to revive the Bengalese finch and budgerigar sections at its 130th open show.


Following on from his May 10 article, Graham Wellstead recalls his childhood attempts at rearing poultry – and peacocks


Not everything can go wrong with your breeding season all at once, can it? Oh yes it can, says Dave Brown, if you manage to hurry your entire stock into the moult. As he can relate...

 

It is always a shock when a seemingly healthy bird dies suddenly, says Larry Mann. He discusses sudden death in small birds and offers advice on how to spot an unwell bird


Plus lots more, including CBS memories, birds of Asia, Marketplace, Alderton's Observations and Bird Vet, plus lots more.

 

 


 


 

 

 





 

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