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THE NATIONA THE


CANARY COUNCIL


The Canary Council began its life in 1984 as an off-shoot of the National Council for Aviculture. Delegates from the eleven canary sections (Border, Coloured, Fife, Gloster Irish Fancy, Lizard, Norwich, New and Old Varieties, Yorkshire, Crested) now meet at least twice a year to discuss and act upon matters appertaining to the canary fancy and aviculture as a whole.


The Canary Council wholeheartedly supports this The National Exhibition and commends the Parrot Society for organising and encouraging the exhibition of canaries.


The Canary Council aims and objectives are: • To encourage the keeping, breeding, exhibition/contest and study of all recognised breeds of domestic canary throughout Great Britain and Northern Ireland.


• To affiliate to and uphold the rules and objectives of the National Council for Aviculture (NCA).


• To make representations, either directly or through the NCA to statutory bodies, national organisations and government departments and other on matters appertaining to the Canary Fancy.


• To send representatives to the meetings of, and otherwise participate in, the activities of the NCA.


• To encourage governing bodies of each variety domestic canary to become members of the Canary Council.


• To organise shows, events, campaigns, promotions or other such activities in the interests of the canary fancy.


• To do anything else the Canary Council considers appropriate and reasonable to achieve its objectives.


The Canary Council has produced a booklet “Canary Basics” on the care requirements of canaries as pets or hobbyist livestock. It covers housing, feeding, breeding and the moult. Copies available from the Secretary: Chris Smith, 61 Eastmead Avenue, Greenford, Middlesex, UB6 9RF, for 50p plus an SAE. Find out more about the Canary Council on our website: www.canary-council.co.uk


SUNDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2011


Staffordshire County Showgro


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