Recent Comments

To make it even easier for our readers to find the most recently published comments, we have added a “Recent Comments” tab.

Comments on Articles

Articles published on Budgerigar.co.uk are the lifeblood of the site. However, unlike a paper publication, each article can “grow” via additional comments posted by readers.

Each article has a “Leave a Reply” form at the foot of the article, which enables any reader to post their thoughts and comments on the article – or indeed upon any comments posted by another reader. Hence the article “grows” via the addition of readers’ comments!

If you have ANY comment to make about the article (be it praise or agreement, criticism or objection), please use the form under each article to add your comments. Your experiences or comments may help another fancier – and vice versa!

Please bear in mind that all submitted comments are moderated by Budgerigar.co.uk in order to maintain the top quality content of the website.

Once moderated, all comments are then published beneath the associated article – giving readers fresh content on an almost constant basis

Recent Comments

recent_commentsThe new tab “Recent Comments” is located in the righthand sidebar alongside the tabs for “Latest Posts” and “Popular Posts”.

These tabs provide quick access as follows:

  • Latest Posts: a list of the 12 most recent articles posted on Budgerigar.co.uk
  • Popular Posts: a list of the top 10 most read articles posted on Budgerigar.co.uk
  • Recent Comments: a list of the 5 most recent comments posted on Budgerigar.co.uk

Archives & Tags

The above change means that tabs for Archives & Tags have moved. They are now located immediately below the tabs for “Latest Posts, Popular Posts, Recents Comments”.

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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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  1. Jon Ashby says:

    Dear Gerald,

    I am loving the website and visit it daily awaiting the next feature or article.

    As a beginner it is all very helpful and informative.

    Keep up the good work.

    Best regards,
    Jon
    Watford, UK

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