In the July 27, 2016, issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, although the spring may seem ages ago, it left Bob Baggs with enduring memories of the wealth of birds it brought to his Wiltshire garden, which he's hoping will visit again next year.
In news, we report on a generous €6,000 sponsorship deal for Éire BS, and find out why North Yorkshire Police admitted they were in the wrong during a recent wild bird trapping incident.
It's never a dull moment in Tony Edwards's Bengalese finch birdroom! He explains how he's foraging ahead on various fronts, including two new projects.
Why do canaries feather-pluck? Dave Brown proposes some causes and solutions for this age-old challenge, while Brian Keenan looks at what canary breeders, fanciers and exhibitiors should be focusing on from October to December.
In Don Burke's budgerigar club, the show standard is fixed in 1962, and he is known as an eloquent critic of the modern show scene. Yet no fancier could be less stuck in the past, as Fred Wright found when he spoke to Don.
Plus lots more, including Stafford Summer Show review, Old Bird, Midadventure of a Birdkeeper, plus lots more.