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A Japanese Birdroom – Nobuyoshi Takenaka, Japan

A profile of Japanese breeder Nobuyoshi Takenaka.

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Learning From Past Experience – Part Two

The Fred Sherman Interview – Part Two

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GSB Q & A – Part 3 – Fanciers

There is little doubt that in modern times Jo Mannes has led the hobby in Europe as a skilled breeder and is totally focused on his work.

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It Is All About Tiny Changes

Building an Ideal is like completing a jigsaw puzzle and most of the difficulties are finding where the smallest pieces exist to be able to complete the picture.

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The Passion – Part 3 – Bread & Honey

“Passion” is what you need as a beginner to succeed with budgerigars – if only this were true and life was so simple! Let’s look at three other elements that play their part in successful budgerigar breeding. 3 – Money You are going to have to spend money and you won’t make any! It is […]

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Top Japanese Budgerigar Breeder – Tatsuhiro Ozeki

Top Japanese Budgerigar Breeder – Tatsuhiro Ozeki

Great breeders of top quality budgerigars now exist in Japan – and Tatsuhiro Ozeki is arguably one of the finest. Tatsuhiro Ozeki has bred some beautiful birds and his photography of his stock speaks for itself.
In all he has a running total of some 300 birds at any one time and, the normal varieties apart, he is the number one breeder of crests throughout Japan.

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Gerald Binks – Andy Chick Interview – December 2008

When I started in November 1945 there were few birds around except in the pet shops and I knew nothing at all about show points or anything really. I was raw in the extreme. There were no Beginner Classes – you started in Novice and then went straight to Champion.

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Chasing “Buffalos”

The Buffalo Effect (BE ) is created when a bird possesses great width above the cere before it sweeps upward but in no way downwards! Think of the buffalo horns. They are wide but then from the horn tips the horns dip downwards to well below eye level before suddenly going up again to join the head.

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