NEWCASTLE DISEASE UPDATE

NEWCASTLE DISEASE UPDATE

All exhibitors to bird gatherings and shows must sign a declaration to confirm their birds have not been outside of the UK within the past 21 days. Click here to download a Newcastle Disease declaration form.

Clear video evidence leaves owl killer no choice but to plead guilty

Clear video evidence leaves owl killer no choice but to plead guilty

Video footage showing the chase for an owl killer has been released by the RSPB, following a successful court case.

East Anglian Club breaks tradition with UK's first all-Lizard show

East Anglian Club breaks tradition with UK's first all-Lizard show

East Anglia is set for the UK’s first ever “three-in-one” Lizard canary show for colour-fed, natural and blues.

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  • Latest issue October 17

    17th October 2018

    In the October 17, issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, Dutch birdman Sander Van Duuren gives an insight into one of his favourite species groups: the fabulous genus Phoenicurus.   In news we report that the North of England Gloster Club (NofEGC)…

  • Editor’s letter

    Editor’s letter

    16th October 2018

    THE NEWCASTLE DISEASE (ND) virus, states the European Commission, is spread mainly via direct contact between healthy birds and the bodily emissions – typically faeces – of infected ones. A lesser threat results from its indirect transmission via people, vehicles,…

  • Progress with Asian softbills

    Progress with Asian softbills

    12th October 2018

    Photo: © Shutterstock.com/Anusal Thuwangkawat. Red-flanked bluetail, also known as the orange-flanked bush-robin, kept by Geoff in the 1980s. Once placed in the thrush family, it is grouped with the Old World flycatchers   Geoff Gradwell has spoken about the numerous…

  • Latest issue October 10

    11th October 2018

    In the October 10, issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, Bill Naylor shares his experience of jays in the aviary and in the wild, where they are heard more than seen.   In news we report that a new chairman is to…

  • Our virtuoso impersonator

    Our virtuoso impersonator

    11th October 2018

    Photo: Cock of the rock: mossy boulders like this are well received by aviary jays   Like many other species of crow, the jay is a plausible mimic, which adds entertainment to the company of captive individuals. Bill Naylor shares…