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CONTENTS BIRD SCENE AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2011 CONTENTS 06 PARROT SOCIETY


CONSERVATION PROJECTS Outlines the six conservation projects funded by the Parrot Society.


16 16 THE LIZARD


CANARY An overview of this interesting long established canary variety with details of the Lizard club.


20 CAPE DOVES 20


An interesting in depth article about these small doves that are proving difficult to establish in aviculture.


32 FOREIGN BIRD 38


KEEPING A well worked article detailing the challenges for the future and how bird keepers can help each other.


38 BREEDING


GREATER BLUE EARED GLOSSY STARLINGS Soft billed birds are a great challenge, read how one successful breeder is winning.


46 BREEDING


PSITTACINES Leading aviculturalist Jim Hayward gives his valuable advice and more on this subject.


58 THE NATIONAL


EXHIBITION INFORMATION Extensive details on the 9th October National Exhibition


ON THE COVER BIRD ISSUE ONE JULY / AUGUST 2011 THE KNOWLEDGE CENTRE FOR ALL PET BIRDS


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CONSERVATION PROJECTS


FOREIGN BIRD KEEPING


THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION


BREEDING CAPE DOVES


GREATER BLUE EARED GLOSSY STARLINGS


INTRODUCTION FROM LES RANCE


BREEDING 02


BIRD SCENE: VOLUME 01, No.01, AUGUST 2011 BIRD SCENE is run by The Parrot Society UK, 92A High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 2BL, England. FOR SALES AND EDITORIAL ENQUIRES Telephone or Fax: 01442 872245 Website: www.theparrotsocietyuk.org E-Mail: les.rance@theparrotsocietyuk.org


BIRD SCENE 5 SCENE


BREEDING PSITTACINES FOR PLEASURE AND PROFIT


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