In the December 4, 2013 issue of Cage & Aviary Birds, Mike Wood explains his foreign-bird setup and wonders how two golden-breasted waxbills managed to escape
In news we discover that the number of bird species classified as Critically Endangered has reached an all-time high, according to the latest figures from the IUCN Red List and report that a major art competition for children, hosted by a reformed cage bird society in Stratford-upon-Avon, has injected young life back into the hobby, say officials.
Both Roy Kiddle and his numerous canary breeds are thriving through diversity, as Dave Brown discovers
It is possible to enjoy breeding your budgerigars – and earn money from them too, as Fred Wright explains
Ron Toft explores a bird park where inhabitants are encouraged to come and go as they please
Plus lots more, including tawny owls, black-headed mannikins, canaries month by month, Kevin’s Casebook and Reader’s Gallery
On sale Wednesday, December 4.