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In the August 26, 2015 issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, take one top-quality outcross cock, pick a quartet of hens for him, and you’ve got the basis of a breeding strategy that is bound to improve your stud, says Terry A. Tuxford


In news we report that a London TV production company has been commissioned by Channel Five to produce a series about pets for pre-school children and the Yorkshire canary section at this year’s National Exhibition (NE) is set to be sponsored by the Midland Yorkshire Canary Club.


As much as any canary variety, Borders benefit from proper in-cage training – and that is an art in itself. Leading Border champion Malcolm Barnett explains the techniques

 

As our birds alter in terms of shape and size, perhaps it’s now worth thinking about bringing the pictorial and written standard of the Bengalese finch up to date, says Tony Edwards

 

With its vivid plumage of green, blue, purple, orange and black, the superb tanager was a species that Bill Lowe simply had to show the public who visited the collection where he worked

 

Plus lots more, including In The Trade, Misadventures of a Birdkeeper, Species in Focus and Ask the Experts


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