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British Birds in Aviculture

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This is the way to show that the bird has been bred in captivity and not wild caught then rung afterwards. Schedule 4 birds can only be sold or exhibited with the issue of a license and need to be ringed, tagged or microchipped depending on the details of the species. The ring code is based around the size of the bird to ensure the ring is comfortable once the bird is an adult. Thus the Avicultural Society came into being and a new word – aviculture – entered the English language.

From the Chairman A Curious Story about Keeping and Breeding Blackcap Turdoides reinwardtii and Northern Pied T.If you are unsure if the bird is rung correctly, then you can ask the seller for a receipt that details their own information, the species of the bird and the ring ID.

The series is produced in full colour, enhanced by photographs by eminent bird photographer Dennis Avon MIOP ARPS. The first of a series of regional summer social meetings hosted by The Avicultural Society is to be held in Somerset at Hestercombe Gardens [www.

The Society also sponsors Special Interest Groups dedicated to the captive propagation of non-domestic birds. It starts with Schedule 1 which refers to species from the Great Bittern, the Golden Eagle through to various species such as kingfishers, owls, waterfowl as well as a few smaller birds such as the Brambling, the Crossbill and three of the bunting species. With it not being a closed site BT are funny on broadband so couldn't get onto the site kept knocking me off. I know you can’t sell there now but you can make good connections and get to know other breeders and where sales happen.

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