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Things didn’t start off well as two of the pairs I put down, turned out to be four hens! This could be seen as a good thing but it meant switching cock birds around the bird room. This was followed by pairs taking a long time before they laid…


BY DAVID ALLEN T


his year’s breeding season has been a very trying one. I had high hopes for what I might achieve this year but as all best laid plans they didn’t turn out the way I wanted. I put more pairs down than I have for a number of years, but this was for two reasons to try and increase the number of Blue Lizards I breed and to look at improving the quality in my


06 BIRD SCENE


Lizards with the birds I had brought in. Things didn’t start off well as two of the pairs I put down, turned out to be four hens! This could be seen as a good thing but it meant switching cock birds around the bird room. This was followed by pairs taking a long time before they laid, whether I had not judged them being fit when I paired them up I don’t know and when I did


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