YOUNG WARBLERS FARE BETTER WHEN OLD PARENTS SEEK HELP

YOUNG WARBLERS FARE BETTER WHEN OLD PARENTS SEEK HELP

Elderly Seychelles warblers with young chicks should be more inclined to recruit helpers in order to improve their own survival and the chance of future offspring.

BRITISH COLOUR CANARY CLUB WELCOMES THE STAFFORD CANARY

BRITISH COLOUR CANARY CLUB WELCOMES THE STAFFORD CANARY

The British Colour Canary Club (BCCC) has adopted the Stafford canary under its umbrella, following the closure of the official breed club

CANARY BIRDROOM OF RARE VARIETIES TARGETED IN THEFT

CANARY BIRDROOM OF RARE VARIETIES TARGETED IN THEFT

A reward has been offered for the safe return of 110 birds that were stolen in a specialist hit on a canary birdroom in High Wycombe.

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  • Who’s Who: Michael Baldry

    Who’s Who: Michael Baldry

    17th February 2021

    Every week, we invite an influential figure in the cage bird fancy to tell us about themselves and their view of the hobby. This week: MICHAEL BALDRY   Q Which clubs have you been most involved with? Any official roles? Michael…

  • Who’s Who: Tom English, Snr

    Who’s Who: Tom English, Snr

    17th February 2021

    Every week, we invite an influential figure in the cage bird fancy to tell us about themselves and their view of the hobby. This week is slightly different: British bird breeder Tom English puts our questions (and some of his…

  • My original setup, rebooted

    My original setup, rebooted

    17th February 2021

    When you’re a newlywed birdman, setting up home with your wife isn’t the only consideration – the birds need a new home too! Northern Ireland fancier MARK CARSON explains to Dave Brown how it has worked out in his case…

  • A season to remember

    A season to remember

    17th February 2021

    Every year is different with LES RANCE’s beautiful collection of Australian parakeets, but 2020 was particularly instructive in terms of the breeding results. In the first of three articles, Les discusses two of his favourite species: the Port Lincolns and…

  • 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),…