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aviculture

[′ā·və‚kəl·chər]
(vertebrate zoology)
Care and breeding of birds, especially wild birds, in captivity.
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Gardiner, of Hever, Kent treasurer of the Avicultural Society of Great Britain, accessed Lloyd's Bank main computer, which let him move customers' cash into his own account.
Many thousands of birds will be on show, competing for the top prizes in the avicultural exhibition world.
This young male was purchased in 1994 by an avicultural hobbyist (Mr.
Acknowledgments: Primary funding was provided by Constance Spates with assistance from the Great Lakes Avicultural Society, Raleigh Durham Caged Bird Society, Smokey Mountain Caged Bird Society, Northern Illinois Parrot Society, and the State of North Carolina.
Avicultural warden, Darren Grieves, commented upon the early nesting season, saying: "It is better for the flamingos to nest early because the chicks take several months to develop and later hatching birds have less chance of survival.