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LIZARD CANARY ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITIAN


SUBSCRIPTIONS Adults £10.00 | OAP £6.00 | Juniors £4.00 Please send to the LCA secretary :- Mr Dave Ross, 30, GLENORRIN CLOSE,LAMBTON, WASHINGTON, TYNE & WEAR, NE38 0DZ TEL---01914-164967


BENIFITS FOR LCA MEMBERS ARE:- • LCA newsletter {three time a year} • LCA Handbook • LCA Closed rings scheme advantageous prices. [available from the secretary]


The Lizard Canary Association hold an annual show each year and award patronage to several shows throughout the UK.


For Patronage applications, apply to patronage secretary :- David Allen -- 01865-452476. email: david.allen9750@ntlworld.com


The other unique point of the Lizard is the cap which is the area of light feather on the top of the bird’s head. These come in the following types


Clear Cap: A bird with no dark feather in the cap area.


Broken Cap: A bird with one tenth or more dark feathers in the cap area.


Non Cap: A bird with no light feather in the cap area.


18 BIRD SCENE


Lizard Canaries are fairly easy to breed but there are a few rules that must be applied. A pair must be Gold or Silver it doesn’t matter which one is which. The cap type must also be considered when pairing two Lizards. Broken cap to Clear cap or Broken to Broken. But never pair two Clear caps together as this would probably give over Capped birds. The use of a non Cap to any of the types of Cap is also satisfactory.


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