Mining The Website

This website contains a great deal of useful information and it is growing all the time.

So here are three tips that should help you to quickly find what you are looking for.

  1. Tags

      Each article has a list of keywords – “Tags” – attached to it. The tags represent the most frequently used or most important words in the article. Tags therefore enable two or more articles to be “linked” via the keywords they share.

      For example. Say you wanted to read all the articles on the site that mention “French Moult”. Simply use the tag “French Moult” and all such articles will be listed.

      The most frequently used tags can found in the “Popular Tags” area (to the right of any article). Clicking on a tag will list all articles using that keyword.

      A complete list of all available tags can be found in the “Tags” section in the “Archives/Tags” area (again to the right of any article). In this case, click on Tags – the drop down selection box titled “Select a Tag” will appear. Scroll down the list and click on a tag – the articles containing that tag will be listed for you.

  2. Archives

      Articles published on this website are rarely, if ever, removed. This is because the information they contain may be useful to someone at sometime.

      Older articles can therefore found using the “Archives” feature.

      To locate older articles, just find the “Archives/Tags” area (to the right of any article) – a drop down selection box titled “Select a Month” will be shown. Scroll down the list and click on a month – all articles published that month will be listed for you.

  3. Search

      Another way of finding useful information is to use our site search facility.

      It is located at the top of each page, just above the “Noticeboard” link on the navigation bar.

      Simply type your search term or terms into the white field (marked “enter search terms”) and click on the “search” button to the right of the field. All pages that contain your search term(s) will be listed for you.

Finally, do open the noticeboard regularly to see any recent information – why not make it your first port of call?

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About the Author: Gerald Binks began breeding budgerigars when he was 12 years old and is now arguably the most knowledgeable budgerigar fancier in the world. He has bred his fair share of Best in Show birds, judged in no less than 20 countries, founded the World Budgerigar Association, and has published two of the three classic books on the hobby. His stud in the UK attracts fanciers from near and far and is always high on the list for those wishing to purchase BA23 quality budgerigars.

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