Preserving Birds Through Aviculture
Pyrrhura Breeders Association
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above their name.
Marcy Covault (temp)
- So how did this all come about? We "met" on different mailing
lists on the internet. We found talking to others from diverse backgrounds
enriched our experiences as bird breeders and people.
- Many of us found we really enjoy the little birds with the difficult
names. Most of us had either green-cheeks or maroon bellies first. Some went
right to painteds or blackcaps. We began talking and discovered onelist,
which has now changed to Yahoo group lists.
- http://groups.yahoo.com has
provided us with a way to easily share thoughts on just one type of birds.
Several of us got together to form a breeding consortium to import and
establish some of these birds in the US. We have now imported the
Roseifrons and Fiery Shouldered Conures.
- We have been in existence for three years and we continue to grow. We are
producing a quarterly newsletter online for members only and our email list
is available for members to post information, pictures and ask questions. We
now have our own web site and will be updating it frequently.
- We will also be utilizing e-mail list from Yahoo Groups for
communications. The list will also be available for exchange of information,
chatting, placing for sale and want ads sharing pictures. Ads may be
placed in the PBA email list if they are Pyrrhura related. A free email list
is also being maintained for questions, posting pictures and ads.
Mutation Green-cheeks by Steve Garvin
The Feather Tree