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aviary

an enclosure for the keeping of birds.
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Neal Stephens, managing director of Willmott Dixon in Wales, said: When we heard that the Owl Sanctuary were seeking materials to help them re-build the aviaries we really wanted to ensure they had everything they needed in order to do so.
Liverpool had aviaries in Sefton Park, Stanley Park and Newsham Park.
A young female roul roul, right, has flown into Dudley Zoo aviaries to join its recently-arrived male, left
The materials were used to re-build seven brighter and much bigger aviaries, meaning that the centre's birds now have comfortable new homes.
ABV has also been detected in the air of infected aviaries although the researchers are unaware of any direct evidence that it is transmitted by the respiratory route.
It is big business for some people and we have heard of instances around the country were aviaries have been broken into and every bird has been taken," he said.
Breeding pairs of turquoisines and paroflets - both types of parakeets - plus special-breed canaries, purebred hens and exhibition budgies were cleaned out after the thieves scaled a wall and smashed a high-security lock to get into the aviaries.
In contrast to the static, sterile beauty of the photographs in the catalogue, the actual surfaces of the aviaries were well worn and plastered with guano; the grass was decomposing, and the birds occasionally swooped downward en masse in menacing Hitchcockian fashion.
The chicks will be held in Forestry Commission aviaries for two months before being tagged and released.
Over the years, the combined production of these two successful aviaries has resulted in a steady accumulation of Puerto Rican parrots in captivity.
Some Things Fishy is finally answering their customers' demand for affordable aviaries that are easy to maintain.
Round-the-clock surveillance and even electrified fences on aviaries have proved no match for the thieves.