It’s been a while

It’s been a while It’s been a while since l have written anything on my blog. Part of the reason is that l have been making repairs to my birdroom. Over the summer l managed to replace the roof on the birdroom, a challenge when you have birds breeding....

Yorkshire birdroom tour Part 2

Yorkshire Birdroom Tour continued Apologies to Gary who shows at intermediate level and not as l said a novice.Wow does his birds like his softfood mix, no sooner had Jon put in the softfood. The birds were eagerly ensuring they had the fair share of the mixture....

A mini 2018 Yorkshire birdroom tour

My mini Yorkshire birdroom tour The last time l went on a training course l had 4 nights in a hotel room. Reading through a my old budgerigar magazines. Having to attend another training course this time in Yorkshire. Thanks to some really super people l was able...

It is so frustrating sometimes

Frustrating Only having a small set up is really frustrating.  Hen’s are being tread in the flight when l don’t have any free breeding cages available. Whilst cleaning out my main flight l found one of my best hen dead with a prolapse. Unfortunately...

Patience is needed during the breeding season

Patience is rewarded Patience is one of most important things you must have when breeding budgerigars. One of the last pairs of 2017 breeding season happened to be a pair of lutino’s.The old hen died and l replaced the hen with a opaline light green spangle hen....

Some birds have a rough start

Rough Start for this chick Sometimes you have to admire a chick after having such a rough start. This bird was the only egg to hatch from a pair of Albino’s that l had decided to break up. The nestbox had been removed but the hen laid 3 eggs on the cage floor. ...