Thank you for visiting The Pheasant & Waterfowl Society – QLD.

Our Club is dedicated to the longevity of bird keeping, in particular the expansive group of species within Pheasants, Waterfowl, and Game Birds. Our ethos surrounds conservation and education, as an inclusive Society, and the support of our Members is crucial for that to continue.

We encourage those interested to join our Society, and to help us continue the longevity of these species in Australian Aviculture.

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This may not be Pheasant & Waterfowl related, however it in about educating bird-keepers, and the prize is INCREDIBLE!

Pretty sure there's a couple of Pheasants or Waterfowl at the Bird Park. Coming up in July, looks like it'll be amazing!
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PARROTS CONVENTION 2018 - 6th, 7th, & 8th July 2018 Join us for one of the World's leading International Parrot Conventions, with some of the best speakers from Australia and across the Globe! As th...

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This is what Annual Subscription to the "Pheasant and Waterfowl Society of Australia (QLD) Inc.will set you back.
Its almost loose change.
What do members get for $20.
Invitation to attend some extraordinary private avian collections.
Mailed copy of the Society's bi-monthly Gazette titled "The Duck".
First access prior to internet posting of members Wanted or For sale advertisements.
Meet people with similar avian interests.

If we reduced membership cost further you'd be at risk of being charged with stealing.
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If your posted copy of "The Duck" doesn't arrive in the next few days there are three possible explanations.

1 The secretary goofed.
2 Australia Post lost it
3 You didn't spend $20 on your annual subscription.

Now I'm all for saving a dollar but if $20 stands between yourself and bi-monthly visits to some really impressive aviaries we might have to investigate crowd funding to assist.
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Would you like a copy of our final edition of "The Duck Gazette" for 2017? Or would you like to join us for our next meeting?

It is coming up on Sunday 21st January. It would be fantastic to see you there. For more details, send us your E-Mail in a private message!

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Propagation of Bush fly larvae for live food.
Bush fly larvae are readily propagated to produce high protein live food for rearing Quail and gamebird chicks. The larvae mature rapidly from egg laying through to pupae stage in 5 to 6 days. Pupae are reared in full cream milk moistened wheat bran.
Growth rates of chicks fed live bush fly larvae are greater than those fed grain based diets.
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