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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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Yorkshire Budgerigar Society

YORKSHIRE BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY MEETING DATES FOR 2020 Details below taken from YBS Website   YBS AGM 22ND FEBRUARY 2020 Lock Lane day centre, Castleford. Society AGM 2.30pm start YBS DINNER & DANCE 11TH APRIL April, Kings...

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What i have Noticed

Going to a Conference unprepared is not good Your website is your conference centre. Someone thinking of coming into the hobby. May use the internet and do there research. Your website is your shop window, so why do we find many...

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MIKE CHASE WRITES

My view on breeding budgerigarsBy Mike Chase Hello – Some of you will know me and others are saying … who the hell is this bloke? Well, I’m Mike Chase, sometimes known as “Chasey” ….. and I can hear some groans...

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    • What in the World Is a Hoopoe? September 23, 2020
      The soft, modest hoots of the Hoopoe signal a bird so distinctive and fabled that it’s hard to know where to begin this story. Hoopoes are the only existing members of a unique family of birds: Upupidae. They fly on rounded, zebra-striped wings, fluttering unevenly like a giant butterfly. The Hoopoe
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