Bird Scene Magazine

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Bird Scene is an e-magazine from The Parrot Society UK (PSUK) to promote the Conservation work carried out by the Parrot Society UK (PSUK), to promote the National Exhibition of Birds held in October at Stafford County Showground for all hobbyist bird keepers.

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Issue 56 - Autumn 2022

Canary Basics
Conservation of the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo
Ometepe - ‘Island of Hope’
National Exhibition
 
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Issue 55 - Summer 2022

Summer 2022

Includes:

Breeding the Amazilia hummingbird
Budgerigars for Beginners
National Exhibition
Don’t Blame the Breeder

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Issue 54 - Spring 2022

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Spring 2022

Includes:

Breeding for Pleasure v Breeding for Exhibition
An Experiment with Mountain Parakeets
The Gloster Fancy Specialist Society
The National Exhibition
Does Your Parrot Really Want a Mate?

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Issue 53 - Winter 2021/22

Winter 2021

Includes:

Foreign Bird Keeping
Cape Doves
The National Exhibition
Colour Mutations in the Celestial Parrotlet
Exhibiting Parrotlets

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Issue 52 - Autumn 2021

Bird Scene Autumn 2021

Includes:

Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Detect Illegal Trade in Yellow-crested Cockatoos and other psittacines
Homemade Aviary Colossus
THE National Exhibition is Going ahead!
Breeding Greater Blue Eared Glossy Starlings 
Zebra Finches

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Issue 51 - Summer 2021

Summer 2021

Includes:

50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK: Part Eight
Wire Breeding Cage Trial 
An Avicultural Favourite – Cuban Finch
The National Exhibition: A Look Back
Return To The Wild

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Issue 50 - Spring 2021

Bird Scene Spring 2021

Includes:

Bengalese Finches
The National Exhibition: A Look Back
Conquering Egg Infertility
50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK: Part Seven

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Issue 49 - Winter 2020

BirdScene 49

Includes:

Barbara Heidenreich’s Teaching: A Workshop in the UK
50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK: Part Six
Foreign Bird Keeping
Retrieving Lost Aviary Birds
The National Exhibition: A Look Back
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Issue 48 - Autumn 2020

Autumn 2020

Includes:

Softbills Past – Present & Future? 
50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK Part 5
The National Exhibition for 2020 is Cancelled
Parrotlets for Beginners
Cobalt-Winged Parakeets and Other Brotogeris
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Issue 47 - Summer 2020

Summer 2020

Includes:

Pionus in Nuremberg 
Fiorino Frills
Wire Breeding Cage Trial
50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK
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Issue 46 - Spring 2020

Spring 2020

Includes:

African Lions, Parrots and Kaza
The National Exhibition 2019
50th Anniversary of The Parrot Society UK - Part 3
The Lear´s Macaw of Tenerife are flying in Brazil
The Gloster Fancy Specialist Society
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Bird Scene promotes the Conservation Projects supported by the Parrot Society UK around the world, which have been established in order to protect and help revitalise the many endangered and receding populations of our favourite birds.

Additionally, Bird Scene also promotes 'The National Exhibition of Birds' held during October at Stafford County Showground for all hobbyist bird keepers and the Clubs who exhibit the species kept within the ranks of hobbyist breeders in the UK. It also informs on the July and December Sale Days hosted by the Parrot Society UK again held at Stafford County Showground.