Themed aviaries are a hit with the public at annual Stafford show
Cage & Aviary Birds|December 18, 2019
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.
Laura Welch

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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