The new aviary contest – to represent an organisation by stocking and decorating an aviary – was held during the Parrot Society’s (PS) Help Birdkeepers Show at Staffordshire County Showground on December 1.
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The charm of the English Cinnamon
Despite its long and complicated history, the true Cinnamon canary is still with us – in the hands of a tiny group of breeders. DONALD SKINNER-REID reckons it deserves wider appreciation
Spangles: a personal overview
FRED WRIGHT relates a budgie story of over-exploitation, consequent problems and abundant potential for the future
New converts to old breeds
Old and rare canaries have a reputation for adding fresh interest and challenge to the hobby. PETE HOOK and NICK JOY agree, and explain the birds’ charm to Dave Brown
Themed aviaries are a hit with the public at annual Stafford show
DECORATIVE AVIARY DISPLAYS from a CBS and an online bird keeping advice group were voted in the top three by visitors for the inaugural Stafford Aviary Competition.
Pieds with potential
More than just a lesser variety, the dominant pied will introduce challenge and change into most studs, reckons CLIVE WAKEMAN. Here he discusses pairings to try and others to avoid
Welcome to the club and show pages – the bit that’s all about you Results: convention, specialist & rare and Breeder of the Year
Canaries Month by Month:
With Christmas around the corner, BRIAN KEENAN is well into his winter programme, and reckons he might deserve a nice outcross
The World's Best-Known Hummingbird?
Intensively studied, the gem-like Anna’s hummingbird is a welcome visitor to the gardens of America’s most populous state: California. Bill Naylor investigates its life history
The truth about the ‘flying toad'
Odd local names and weird superstitions can’t hide the beauty and elegance of the nightjar, a species that has made a fascinating subject in a few zoo collections, reveals BILL NAYLOR
The talent behind Pilsen Zoo
Rosemary Low meets the supremely gifted TOMÁS PES, the extraordinary leading spirit at one of Europe’s foremost zoos
Living on the Edge
Take a look back at some of our fave jaw-dropping, what-happens-next cliffhangers.
Why Women Kill – Dangerous Women
Why Women Kill’s Allison Tolman and Lana Parrilla slay in this stylish, sexy soap.
FBI – Two of a Kind
Playing agents on FBI is serious business. But when Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki get together to talk about their roles, the conversation is a lot more fun than fierce.
GOOGLE SIGNS DEAL WITH WNBA TO HELP CHAMPION WOMEN'S SPORTS
The WNBA signed a multi-year deal with Google this week to be the presenting partner for the league’s playoffs, part of the technology giant’s efforts to help champion women’s sports.
Daniel Dae Kim built a career by picking his battles, walking away from a job only when the inequities got too big to ignore. He still believes Hollywood can be reformed.
‘60 MINUTES' WILL HAVE STREAMING SPINOFF ON PARAMOUNT+
CBS News is launching a streaming version of “60 Minutes” on the new Paramount+ service, hoping to expose the durable brand to a younger and more diverse audience.
WILL PARAMOUNT+ BE A MOUNTAIN OR A MOLEHILL IN STREAMING?
Paramount+ debuts Thursday as the latest — and last — streaming option from a major media company, this time from ViacomCBS. It’s betting that consumers are willing to add yet another paid streaming service in an increasingly crowded field.
Quick- Change Artist
SEAL Team star AJ Buckley has a new mission: perfecting the art of diaper duty.
A Portrait of an Intuitive Artist
Art has long been a personal outlet for Bull’s Jaime Lee Kirchner. Now she’s sharing it with the world and using her sixth sense to help others.
Javicia at Bat
Meet the new barrier-breaking Batwoman, Javicia Leslie.