JOHNSTON & JEFF SPONSOR TWO BIRD SPECIES AT CHESTER ZOO

JOHNSTON & JEFF SPONSOR TWO BIRD SPECIES AT CHESTER ZOO

Leading bird seed manufacturer, Johnston & Jeff, is doing its bit to support UK zoos during a tough 2020 by adopting two bird species at Chester Zoo.

2021 NATIONAL AND CLUB SHOW CLASH AVOIDED… BUT QUESTION MARK HANGS OVER 2022 AND 2023

2021 NATIONAL AND CLUB SHOW CLASH AVOIDED… BUT QUESTION MARK HANGS OVER 2022 AND 2023

The Budgerigar Society’s 2021 Club Show has been moved forward by a week to prevent a disastrous clash with the National Exhibition, organised by the Parrot Society.

READING CBS KICK-STARTS A LATE SHOW SEASON

READING CBS KICK-STARTS A LATE SHOW SEASON

ONE OF THE first young stock shows to take place since lockdown restrictions eased went ahead on August 12, complete with face masks, hand sanitiser and a max capacity of 20 people.

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  • Beginning with hybrids

    Beginning with hybrids

    6th April 2020

    It may be a difficult art, but the results are among the most striking to be seen anywhere in birdkeeping. PADDY DUNNE lays out the basics of hybridising two species of finch IN LAST week’s issue (April 1, page 7),…

  • Q&A: canaries

    Q&A: canaries

    6th April 2020

    Old and rare variety specialist DONALD SKINNER-REID fields some recent enquiries about keeping and breeding canaries Q Do you give your canaries cuttlefish and grit?  A Donald Skinner-Reid replies: My background in birdkeeping, as a child and teenager, was with budgies; in…

  • What makes a good exhibition zebra finch?

    What makes a good exhibition zebra finch?

    6th April 2020

    Which are the key features in a pair of exhibition zebbies that will capture the eye of judges? DAVE BROWN lists the most important and also points out some no-nos to steer clear of  MOST pedigree livestock will be bred…

  • Muling for beginners

    Muling for beginners

    6th April 2020

    Fancy a try at the ancient art of crossing finches with canaries? PADDY DUNNE sets out the basic techniques EVEN though most canary fanciers will specialise in a single breed, it is never a bad thing to create some additional interest…

  • Close, but not too close

    Close, but not too close

    6th April 2020

    Analysing his results, TONY EDWARDS can compare the effectiveness of in-breeding, close-breeding and outcrossing in his annual pairing strategy AFTER 25 YEARS of breeding Bengalese, I consider my best birds in each of my main colours (chocolate & whites, fawn…