ולדוברי האנגלית שבינינו,
ניתן להצטרף לחוויה הלימודית בפורומים הבאים ביאהו:
I am a home hobbyist with gouldian, society, and zebra
keep mentioning training birds for shows. I can only afford the few
books I have. Is this information online anywhere?
The training of caged birds that are intended to be entered in
competition in any caged bird exhibition. Normally birds are kept in
large cages or even aviaries. Any birds kept in a large cage or
aviary, upon placing in a small exhibition cage, the same in many
cases became frustrated and excited. In turn, the bird may damage
its feathers. Birds intended for exhibition must be slowly trained
to get accustomed to the exhibition cage. The training process
should begin at least a couple weeks or even longer before the
exhibition date. When any bird is placed in a regulation exhibition
cage for the first few days the same should be approached gently and
calmly. As the bird or birds calm down it is necessary to approach
the cage and allow the bird or birds to move from perch to perch. It
must be steady and calm before it can go before the judges. Wild,
untrained birds make a very poor impression to the judges.
I hope I answered your question. I suggest that you join a bird club
such as COM-USA. Attend the club meetings and ask questions to the
fellow fanciers that have more experience than you.
G.A. Abbate in sunny, spring-like temperature New Jersey--The Garden