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Egg Bound Budgerigar

Birdworld Video Collection Number No.3 After seeing this video on a Facebook group. Birdworld ask...

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Budgerigar society Press Announcement

  The BS Club Show 2020Recommendations received by the General Council (GC) from the Club Show Committee said that due to continued uncertainty of Government Guidelines on COVID-19 and the unknown time-scale for lifting the...

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Dartford Budgerigar Society


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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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    • Call of the Sage-Grouse October 20, 2020
      In the Red Desert of Wyoming, Erik Molvar takes us up close and personal with a Greater Sage-Grouse mating site, known as a lek. “Anybody who’s ever been to a singles bar will recognize this scene,” Erik says. “The males are puffing out their chests, strutting around, trying to catch the female’s (BirdNote)
    • White-browed Coucal October 19, 2020
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      Tony Angell, gazing on Puget Sound, writes: "From the beach below, that evocative perfume of the sea, decaying kelp, is wafted up on the breeze... Near the shore, disputing kingfishers rattle in their mercenary manner, chasing one another... Behind me, in the woods, a Cooper's hawk chants and ravens (BirdNote)
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    • Videos: CahowCam2 Chick Leaves Burrow June 15, 2020
      On the evening of June 10, the CahowCam 2 chick named ‘Zephyr’ left the burrow on Nonsuch Island and took off over the open sea, completing the 2020 Cahow nesting season. A spokesperson said, “Right in the middle of World Oceans Week, at 10:32 pm on June 10, as viewers from around the World watched […]
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