Category: Budgerigars

Dartford Kent BS Newsletter No.6

Birdworld have received the latest newsletter from the Dartford Kent BS. You have to agree this club is one up and coming clubs who have embraced technology to prompt DKBS and the hobby. Well done Dartford Kent BS. Newsletter...

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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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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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Check out our the latest page The latest page is called Club Information ,             Find it on the main drop down menu under                 Budgerigars. It’s a quick way of finding club contact details.       Add it to...

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    • The Flicker's White Rump January 19, 2021
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    • Video: CahowCam Pair Return And Lay Egg January 11, 2021
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