Breeder Web Sites Annoyance – Alan Taylor, Spain

As an ex budgerigar breeder now resident in Spain, the only way I can now keep in touch with the fancy is via the internet.  I now find it very annoying the amount of fanciers who never update their website.
Some of them have not been updated for years.
 Alan Taylor.


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Terry Tuxford About the Author:

Terry Tuxford first began breeding budgerigars in 1979 and joined the BS in 1980. He was elevated to Champion in 1985 when he went into partnership with Brian Poole. This partnership is probably one of the longest existing partnerships in the UK hobby today having lasted some 27 years so far and is still going strong. Terry and Brian are also partnered by Yvonne Tuxford who joined the BS in 1990.

Terry demonstrated his penmanship early in his budgerigar career and wrote in the second edition of Budgerigar World. Little did he realise then that in just over 8 year’s time he would become editor following a 20 month apprenticeship with founding editor, Gerald Binks. Terry went on to edit a total of 245 editions up to May 2011.

In 1993 Terry took his Budgerigar Society Judges final examination and was awarded Subsidiary Judge of the Year and has gone on to judge the Budgerigar Society World Show on three occasions as well as many top shows at home and abroad. He is also an accomplished speaker and has been a guest at societies throughout the UK as well as Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada and many other European countries.

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  1. Hi Alan Taylor

    Welcome to The international website for the hobby worldwide,

    Forget about everything and remember we need you and your experience. I personally notice world is covered in colours so change it the best with time.

    You are not ex-exhibition breeder actually power for the beginner.

    Did you think who many want to listen you?

    Always be happy and wishing you all the best in Spain.

    Habib Ur Rehman,Pakistan

  2. Dean Fallen says:

    Hi Alan,

    If you are interested in keeping in touch with the hobby there are numerous groups on facebook that have large numbers of people worldwide from the hobby actively posting pictures, tips, questions and advice from hobbiests at all levels of expertise and experience. If you require more detail look me up on facebook.

    All the best,

    Dean Fallen.
    New Zealand.

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