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Meet Nichola    Nichola Bird has been breeding exhibition budgies for under three years and exhibiting for just two show seasons. In 2018 she showed at 16 shows around the country and this year 2019 at 23 shows to try and...

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Website stats information  WOW !     It is only thirteen days since    Birdworld.MEDIA  was launched. Thank you to all who have contributed by either submitting articles, video’s or event information.     The...

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Leeds Budgerigar Society

Leeds BS Young Stock Show cancelled The 'Virtual Show' takes it's place on 14th June DETAILS Due to the coronavirus the Leeds BS Young Stock Show which is held annually has had to be cancelled. But that doesn’t mean we...

Leeds Budgerigar Society

Leeds BS Young Stock Show cancelled The 'Virtual Show' takes it's place on 14th June DETAILS Due to the coronavirus the Leeds BS Young Stock Show which is held annually has had to be cancelled. But that doesn’t mean we...

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LEEDS BS

LEEDS BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY MEETING DATES FOR 2020    Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at:  Troydale Recreational Club  Troydale Grove  Pudsey West Yorkshire  LS28 9LA  Meetings start at 8.00pm prompt...

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Another prosecution

PIGEON FANCIER CONVICTED     A pigeon fancier has been convicted of killing a sparrowhawk, with a catapult in his neighbour’s garden. Yovanis Cruz pleaded guilty at Portsmouth Magistrates Court and was fined £653 plus...

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WARWICKSHIRE BS

Only 7 members attended the 1st meeting of the Warwickshire BS. Some members were unable to attend due to work.  The seven who made the effort had a pleasant discussion on a variety of topics. If you know Bruce Greenway his...

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