Featured Member – Pete Bull

After some 33 years of breeding foreign birds, starting with Zebra’s and Bengalese, then Australian (Gouldians, Diamonds, Stars, Hecks and Parsons) with some really good


By Dr Colin Walker BSc, BVSc, MRCVS, MACVSc (Avian health)  With breeding now in full swing I receive regular calls from fanciers that fertile eggs are failing

Perfecting True Lines

Most serious canary fanciers accept that the quickest way to establish a winning stud, which can in turn produce high quality young, is by line

How to use a crop tube / needle.

When birds fall ill, or young nestlings need additional feeding they need as much supportive care as we can provide which includes supplemental crop feeding

Selecting your Glosters

This is the time of the year to think about the selection of the birds you will keep for next year’s breeding. These are the

2022 Year book – Call to Action

A new team is in place to produce and deliver you a Quality Full Colour Year Book. Craig Biddle [Print & Distribution], Alan Hayward Jnr