aviculture


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aviculture

the rearing of birds, usually caged birds.
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The AAV led continuing education programs in avian medicine at the 1981 Western States Veterinary Conference and the 1981 conference of the American Federation of Aviculture.
Bob Mann, chairman of the Society for the Conservation of Aviculture, told the Echo: ``I don't think the bird will have been out in the wild for long as they generally only survive for about four or five days.
Loss of coastal habitat for development and trapping for the aviculture trade are considered to be the primary causes of the species' past decline.
I'm able to look back on how much I have learned about aviculture," Jane Harmon said, "and this is a tremendous encouragement to me when I get overwhelmed by my cognitive disabilities.
I don't expect much support from conservationists and ornithologists, who generally speaking have little or no know-ledge of aviculture.
The French National Syndicate of Aviculture Labels is targeting the frozen food industry, at home and abroad.
WWT Washington Wetland Centre aviculture manager Owen Joiner already played a key role ve years ago in preventing the Madagascar pochard from slipping into extinction.
Feather is one of the important bi-products in aviculture.
Since hatching in October 2013, the 24 Chilean flamingo chicks have been given round the clock care by "surrogate dad", aviculture manager Owen Joiner, and a dedicated team of volunteers at WWT Washington Wetland Centre.
AaAa Speaking Monday on the occasion, Agriculture Minister, Aziz Akhenouch, said the development of aviculture depends on the knowledge and control of avian pathology, adding that the Moroccan aviculture has considerably evolved over the past three decades to become the most important constituent of the national agricultural economy.
Brian Hughes, of the National Council for Aviculture, which represents exotic bird organisations, opposed a ban.
He said that these include dairy products, aviculture products, sausage, and pork products, about 20 or 30 items in all.