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chris partington

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Post  chris partington on Tue Jun 08 2010, 11:31

hi my names chris been a pigeon flyer for a long time but packing in for health reasons .i fancy keeping colour canarys been looking on the net at all the colours and like the intensive red black would be interested in buying some later in the year when the breeding season is over cheers chris
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Post  Guest on Tue Jun 08 2010, 12:17

chris partington wrote:hi my names chris been a pigeon flyer for a long time but packing in for health reasons .i fancy keeping colour canarys been looking on the net at all the colours and like the intensive red black would be interested in buying some later in the year when the breeding season is over cheers chris

Welcome Chris sorry you had to pack up your pigeons but you will find colour canaries have a fascination of there own and the mutation you have chosen is a popular one, just so you will realise when you make a purchase you will need an intensive and a non intensive or if you are more used to it buff & yellow. Any questions feel free to ask and remember the daft question is the one you dont ask. Laughing

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Post  David McCool on Tue Jun 08 2010, 13:09

Hi Chris and welcome to the forum. hope you find it of great use to you.
you will get all the info on here, whatever colour bird you choose.

we look forward to your posts, keep them coming.

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Post  BlueCobalt on Wed Jun 09 2010, 15:22

Chris, did you not live Worcester way, and show many years ago (mainly reds) think you had crossed them with borders or norwich to improve the size?
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Post  chris partington on Thu Jun 10 2010, 11:42

BlueCobalt wrote:Chris, did you not live Worcester way, and show many years ago (mainly reds) think you had crossed them with borders or norwich to improve the size?
no mate lived in stoke all my life had a few canarys about 15 years ago any old canary crossed be my first time with colour canarys
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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 10 2010, 14:08

chris partington wrote:
BlueCobalt wrote:Chris, did you not live Worcester way, and show many years ago (mainly reds) think you had crossed them with borders or norwich to improve the size?
no mate lived in stoke all my life had a few canarys about 15 years ago any old canary crossed be my first time with colour canarys

Never mind mate at least you will have the birds to help you forget. affraid

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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 10 2010, 21:29

hi chris,i hope you enjoy the forum,plenty of expert advice here.

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