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Metropolitan Budgerigar Club Auction Western Australia

 

Click link ( updated catalogue 13th June 2011 )

 

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B0_0vRjrcsuMZDM2NWM1NWYtZWY1OC00ZWFjLWIzOTktYzE2OGNjZjJhNmFl&hl=en_US&authkey=CNe_nJoI

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Oh I am SO there! Thanks for letting us know Kaz! I'm not receiving the magazine for some reason so it's nice to be informed :D Can't wait!

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Updated catalogue.............new link in first post.

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Getting a permission error when tryingto access it Kaz?

Try again :)

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  • 2 weeks later...

reminder.........auction on this saturday

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I was going to go to this one but my race horse is nominated to race so I know where I'll be. Might be able to pop in for a look. Wait and see what happens on the day.

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Shouldbe there.if you all see a 6 foot 5 giant come and say hi

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Shouldbe there.if you all see a 6 foot 5 giant come and say hi

I will look out for you :)

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okay have to work tomorrow, have to get some optic fibre cable run and I have to shut down some server stuff sooooo I will probably not make it!

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Great auction............definite bargains to be had. Highest priced budgie, a Cec Gearing grey cock sold for $2,400 to an eastern states buyer who attended in person :D

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Any pics? I didmt finish work till 2 and went and bought the wife something nice as ive been working weekends the last month or so, so wanted to spoil her

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Some piks were done by a club member and I guess will be in the next club magazine :)

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I unfortunately didn't end up going to the auction, due to a very restless Friday night/Saturday morning with my little boy, which meant I was too tired to drive :( I am highly disappointed as I was hoping to find a nice Grey Normal hen or cock within my budget.

 

I am hoping to be able to go to the next meetings and auctions.

 

Ratemymate, that's a very lovely thing you did for your wife :)

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I had intended to atemd this auction but alas my horse was nominated to race that day so I only managed to attended for an hour. It gave me the chance to look at the birds I had picked out from the catalogue and have a look at the quality of birds on offer. I must say that compared to previous auctions in WA there were some very good birds on offer. Of course there was some very ordinary offerings too but if one is just starting in the hobby these birds would be fine if purchased for a resonable price.

 

Personally I am not a big fan of auctions as a buyer. In fact of all the auctions I have attended in WA this is the first one in which I actually purchased a bird. Thanks to Kaz for accepting to be a purchaser on my behalf. So without further adieu here are a couple of pics of the Yellowface Mutant I(SF) Recessive Pied Grey hen. Only a baby and still got a bit of growing to do.

 

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One thing I hadnt paid attention to or noticed before RIP is ....she has lovely spots :D

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One thing I hadnt paid attention to or noticed before RIP is ....she has lovely spots :D

 

She sure has got lovely spots, something my Recessives lack at present. It looks like Norm depsotted her either for a show or the auction. When she is old enough she will be paired to the DEC I have just recently purchased to produce more DEC's and Recessives. Then she will be moved into the Recessive line.

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I had intended to atemd this auction but alas my horse was nominated to race that day so I only managed to attended for an hour. It gave me the chance to look at the birds I had picked out from the catalogue and have a look at the quality of birds on offer. I must say that compared to previous auctions in WA there were some very good birds on offer. Of course there was some very ordinary offerings too but if one is just starting in the hobby these birds would be fine if purchased for a resonable price.

 

Personally I am not a big fan of auctions as a buyer. In fact of all the auctions I have attended in WA this is the first one in which I actually purchased a bird. Thanks to Kaz for accepting to be a purchaser on my behalf. So without further adieu here are a couple of pics of the Yellowface Mutant I(SF) Recessive Pied Grey hen. Only a baby and still got a bit of growing to do.

 

DSC05710.jpg

 

DSC05725.jpg

 

shes an stunner rip you must be stoked with her?

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When she is old enough she will be paired to the DEC I have just recently purchased to produce more DEC's and Recessives. Then she will be moved into the Recessive line.

 

Silly question....... What does DEC stand for?

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Silly question....... What does DEC stand for?

 

 

 

 

Dark eyed clear....

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