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SOMETIMES IT FEELS like all we ever hear
about is bad news. Here at Cage & Aviary Birds
we try to cover a balance of good and bad
news from around the country. Unfortunately,
with the recent spate of exhibition bird thefts
and crime stories of primary schools’ ducks and chickens
being murdered, our news pages can look a little bleak.
In this week’s issue we have another similar story of pet
chickens being killed at a school in Lancashire. The motive
is clear for stealing birds, as the thieves can make money,
but I have no idea what would possess someone to
randomly kill animals in this way. As K. L. McGill says in her
letter (see page 8), these people need to be punished by
hefty fines or prison sentences, but also to be re-educated
to have respect for birds and animals. Although we can
never stop
people from
committing such
crimes, as
birdkeepers we
can make sure
our birds are
kept securely.
On a more
positive note, it is encouraging to read about the great
things clubs and fanciers are doing. Stratford-upon-Avon
CBS has reformed following a five-year break and hosted a
bird art competition for seven local schools. After the event
we spoke to Mr Hunt, the headteacher of one of the
participating schools, Bishopton Primary School. He was
extremely pleased to see how well the show was supported
in terms of exhibitors, interest from the general public and
the response to the competition from the children. He
added that he hopes some pupils and their families will be
inspired to take up birdkeeping. What a great way to
encourage youngsters and get them interested in birds. For
more information on the event, see news page 4.
The Editor’s Letter will be back to
normal again next week, when Rob
Innes returns from his holiday.
Have a great week with your birds!
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No.5781Nice weather for Waxbills SOMETIMES IT FEELS like all we ever hear about is bad news. Here at Cage & Aviary Birds we try to cover a balance of good and bad news from around the country. Unfortunately, with the recent spate of exhibition bird thefts and crime stories of primary schools’ ducks and chickens being murdered, our news pages can look a little bleak. In this week’s issue we have another similar story of pet chickens being killed at a school in Lancashire. The motive is clear for stealing birds, as the thieves can make money, but I have no idea what would possess someone to randomly kill animals in this way. As K. L. McGill says in her letter (see page 8), these people need to be punished by hefty fines or prison sentences, but also to be re-educated to have respect for birds and animals. Although we can never stop people from committing such crimes, as birdkeepers we can make sure our birds are kept securely. On a more positive note, it is encouraging to read about the great things clubs and fanciers are doing. Stratford-upon-Avon CBS has reformed following a five-year break and hosted a bird art competition for seven local schools. After the event we spoke to Mr Hunt, the headteacher of one of the participating schools, Bishopton Primary School. He was extremely pleased to see how well the show was supported in terms of exhibitors, interest from the general public and the response to the competition from the children. He added that he hopes some pupils and their families will be inspired to take up birdkeeping. What a great way to encourage youngsters and get them interested in birds. For more information on the event, see news page 4. The Editor’s Letter will be back to normal again next week, when Rob Innes returns from his holiday. Have a great week with your birds!


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SOMETIMES IT FEELS like all we ever hear
about is bad news. Here at Cage & Aviary Birds
we try to cover a balance of good and bad
news from around the country. Unfortunately,
with the recent spate of exhibition bird thefts
and crime stories of primary schools’ ducks and chickens
being murdered, our news pages can look a little bleak.
In this week’s issue we have another similar story of pet
chickens being killed at a school in Lancashire. The motive
is clear for stealing birds, as the thieves can make money,
but I have no idea what would possess someone to
randomly kill animals in this way. As K. L. McGill says in her
letter (see page 8), these people need to be punished by
hefty fines or prison sentences, but also to be re-educated
to have respect for birds and animals. Although we can
never stop
people from
committing such
crimes, as
birdkeepers we
can make sure
our birds are
kept securely.
On a more
positive note, it is encouraging to read about the great
things clubs and fanciers are doing. Stratford-upon-Avon
CBS has reformed following a five-year break and hosted a
bird art competition for seven local schools. After the event
we spoke to Mr Hunt, the headteacher of one of the
participating schools, Bishopton Primary School. He was
extremely pleased to see how well the show was supported
in terms of exhibitors, interest from the general public and
the response to the competition from the children. He
added that he hopes some pupils and their families will be
inspired to take up birdkeeping. What a great way to
encourage youngsters and get them interested in birds. For
more information on the event, see news page 4.
The Editor’s Letter will be back to
normal again next week, when Rob
Innes returns from his holiday.
Have a great week with your birds!
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