By Milton Lewis,John Lewis,Joan Lewis

ISBN-10: 0957702426

ISBN-13: 9780957702424

This identify beneficial properties ninety six pages of easy-to-read, hugely informative textual content, together with all presently known Australian color forms on those across the world renowned endemic birds. complete color all through, this e-book is a needs to for any Zebra Finch fanatic.

History and Ecology
Choosing and buying Brood Stock
Preparing Birds for Exhibitions
Science and the Zebra Finch
Federation exhibit ordinary: A Critique
Australian color types: Their background and Origins

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