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You know there was absolutely nothing you would rather do. :P Keep safe my friend.
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Brisbane_Finches_333
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How's everyone's birds doing lately? I've got Plumheads and Gouldians fledged, my Silverbills are about to fledge too.
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Pretty quiet round here.
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noah.till
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Been trying to find the chance to rebrush the aviaries, Black rumped double bars and Javan Munias have been going nuts
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elferoz777
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after a few years off I breed some again.

still feels good!!
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Breeding Project 2020-2025.
agate mosaic canaries, yellow mosaic canaries, red zebs, self bengos and goldfinch mules.
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Shane Gowland
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Nice! I can see they're getting lots of green seeding grasses. :)
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I have that round here. What starts off as food ends up as nesting material. Still playing round with the Red Zebs. (See the pics under Red Zebs for an idea of how that is going)
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elferoz777
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love Java's

never had them before but really liking the tight feather.

I my canary holding pen. I figure the finches can breed whilst the canaries chill.
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Breeding Project 2020-2025.
agate mosaic canaries, yellow mosaic canaries, red zebs, self bengos and goldfinch mules.
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