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African Grey Books and Video Tapes from Avian Publications

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Bird Breeding, Incubation & Handfeeding Books & Video Tapes

 

A Guide to Incubation & Handraising Parrots by Phil Digney - This Australian Birdkeeper book covers all necessary requirements to successfully take an egg through to a fully weaned chick. Includes colour photos, charts, diagrams, and informative text laid out in an easy-to-read format.

A Guide to Incubation & Handraising Parrots

by Phil Digney

$25.95 (CAN)

Aviculture in Australia by Mark Shephard - This comprehensive book covers all aspects of bird keeping and breeding. There is a complete account of both Australian and foreign birds, including parrots, cockatoos, finches, softbills, quail, doves, pheasants, and waterfowl. Sure to become the definitive reference.

Aviculture in Australia

by Mark Shephard

$55.00 (CAN)

Breeding British Birds in Cage and Aviary (Revised Edition) by H. Norman, revised by James Blake - A concise guide to keeping of British birds, including their management as a hobby and for exhibiting.

Breeding British Birds in Cage and Aviary (Revised Edition)

by H. Norman, revised by James Blake

$15.00 (CAN)

Cage & Aviary Bird Survival Manual by Graham Wellstead - This book presents a family-by-family guide to cage and aviary birds, with advice on their care and breeding. Includes detailed advice on housing, species compatibility, clutch size, incubation time, diet, disease, housing, and more.

Cage & Aviary Bird Survival Manual

by Graham Wellstead

$16.95 (CAN)

Cage Bird Hybrids (New Revised Edition) by Charles Houlton, revised by James Blake - Crossing different species to produce mules and hybrids has been a fascinating part of aviculture since Victorian times. Canaries and other birds are mated together to produce beautiful specimens of unusual birds. This book explains the technicalities and shows how hybrids can be managed.

Cage Bird Hybrids (New Revised Edition)

by Charles Houlton, revised by James Blake

$30.00 (CAN)

Care & Breeding Series: Self Raising Baby Parrots by Mike & Marianne Liddel-Taylor & Dr. Andrew Greenwood - In other words, doing it yourself! This video tape covers topics for beginning to advanced parrot keepers-equipment, diets, feeding regimes, weighing, banding, weaning, wing clipping, and troubleshooting.

Care & Breeding Series: Self Raising Baby Parrots

by Mike & Marianne Liddel-Taylor & Dr. Andrew Greenwood

$50.00 (CAN)

Inbreeding Budgerigars by Dr. M.D.S. Armour, revised by Cyril Rogers - What are the best methods to follow when breeding budgerigars? The author explains selecting show specimens, transmission of character, breeding systems, parental influences, and danger signs in breeding, and generally guides the fancier through all the technicalities of basic breeding and genetics.

Inbreeding Budgerigars

by Dr. M.D.S. Armour, revised by Cyril Rogers

$16.95 (CAN)

Natural Incubation and Rearing by Dr. Joseph Batty - A concise guide to the incubation of eggs-fowl, ducks, geese, turkeys, peafowl, and guinea fowl-through natural means.

Natural Incubation and Rearing

by Dr. Joseph Batty

$15.00 (CAN)

Parrot Breeding by Rosemary Low - Drawing on the experiences of a lifetime of parrot breeding, Rosemary Low gives invaluable advice for beginners and other breeders with all areas of parrot breeding being discussed in detail. Includes information on purchasing, sexing, introducing males and females, nestboxes, laying, rearing problems and solutions, parent-rearing vs. hand-rearing, selling young birds, housing, and feeding.

Parrot Breeding

by Rosemary Low

$40.00 (CAN)

Parrot Incubation Procedures by Rick Jordan - A methodical guide to incubation, hatching, and problem hatches, written in clear terms by an expert. Chapters cover the egg, aviculture as a prelude to incubation, preparing for incubation, candling and hatching assistance, using chickens as natural incubators, and learning from your mistakes. Whether you are a novice or veteran breeder, your productivity will benefit from this comprehensive book. The official guide to happy hatchery!

Parrot Incubation Procedures

by Rick Jordan

$35.00 (CAN)

Parrots: Handfeeding & Nursery Management by Howard Voren and Rick Jordan - The sequel to Rick Jordan's extremely successful <i>Parrot Incubation Procedures</i>, Rick Jordan and Howard Voren have combined their talents to produce the most comprehensive guide to handfeeding ever. Eleven chapters provide detailed, first-hand knowledge of everything you will ever need to successfully raise baby parrots, including handfeeding formulas, feeding instruments and techniques, weight monitoring, maintenance of nestlings and the nursery, potential health problems, medical procedures, weaning, and much more.

Parrots: Handfeeding & Nursery Management

by Howard Voren and Rick Jordan

$45.00 (CAN)

Practical Incubation by Rob L. Harvey - This book covers basic incubation, egg monitoring, other considerations, and a detailed reference section. This book is of interest to breeders of parrots, waterfowl, fowl, and birds of prey. Over 500 species of birds are covered, so whatever your avicultural interest, this book has you covered. Foreword by Dr. Arthur Anderson Brown, author of <i>The New Incubation Book</i>.

Practical Incubation

by Rob L. Harvey

$40.00 (CAN)

Psittaculture: The Breeding, Rearing & Management of Parrots by Tony Silva - This book is a breakthrough for the small breeder and pet owner. Covered in detail are suitability of species as pets, housing, nutrition, taming, breeding, incubation, handrearing, avicultural notes, species accounts, and much more.

Psittaculture: The Breeding, Rearing & Management of Parrots

by Tony Silva

$45.00 (CAN)

The New Incubation Book (4th Edition) by Dr. Arthur F. Anderson Brown & G.E.S. Robbins - This modern and comprehensive book on incubation and embryology covers all aspects of hatching the eggs of large fowl, ducks, geese, waterfowl, pheasants, and partridges. The structure and formation of the egg are examined, together with much other information on incubators, the embryo, brooding, and rearing. Contents: The Structure of the Egg, Formation of the Egg, Production of Sperm by the Male, Fertility, Hatchability, Development of the Chick, The Physical Conditions Needed for Successful Hatching, Incubator Techniques Hatching Failures, Brooding, and Rearing. This book is essential reading for anyone wanting to incubate eggs of any type, whether it be pheasants, waterfowl, poultry, ratites, parrots, or reptiles.

The New Incubation Book (4th Edition)

by Dr. Arthur F. Anderson Brown & G.E.S. Robbins

$29.95 (CAN)

 

 


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