aviculture


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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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There was also a 1-day veterinary seminar at the annual convention of the American Federation of Aviculture, and the AAAP provided sessions on avian medicine at the annual conference of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Aviculture is a historically popular hobby in Arapongas, and all the streets there are named for birds common in the area).
Their voice is a loud honking noise and they are very popular birds at the centre Centre manager Andy Wooldridge said: "I have been here since we opened Martin Mere and we have never had success in breeding Magpie geese so this is a fantastic achievement for our aviculture team.
Brown researched and found a source for problem birds: the Aviculture Exchange Farm in Westford where retired schoolteacher Tom Doherty cares for and sells chickens.
Of all the people we interviewed that day, Tony was practically the only one who understood the need to transcend the current poultry production system and take the bold step towards an ecological aviculture, which treats the animals that feed us with dignity and ethical concern.
A cet effet, des projets sont prevus sur les volets investissement, libre-echange, aviculture, developemment rural et pharmaceutique.
The visiting Iranian delegation including tradesmen, craftsmen and business people active in various economic fields and industries (such as plastic, rubber, shoe, marketing and development of foreign trade, agriculture, copper, washing machine and spares, industrial oils, meat, aviculture, cable and clothing) arrived in Uzbekistan to attend AGROMINITECH Expo 2010 in Tashkent planned for May 19 a" 22.
Sean Fitzpatrick, honorary life vice-president of the National Council for Aviculture, pleaded guilty to owning 20 live red-backed shrikes and three stone chats.
The aviculture manager at WWT Slimbridge, Nigel Jarrett, said: "This is absolutely amazing news and a very exciting day for W W T.
Much of the prevention activity is aimed at controlling H5N1, as well as the less aggressive H5, H6, H7, and H9, that would save the aviculture industry, but the real threat is to human life.
Topics will include animal husbandry, aviculture and dive safety.