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    From the moment when the canary-breeders combine with the upbringing of those golden-coloured songsters the breeding of other as yet expensive domestic birds, their profit will be doubled. Many a miserable hour of drudgery at the loom and in the glass foundry would be brightened, many a tear of poverty would be dried up in that way, and in a short time perhaps a great number of these charming creatures until now only found in the houses of an opulent minority would be the common property of the people. For the purpose of such breeding no bird could be more warmly recommended than the Budgerigar.
    Everyone who lives in or near a town of any size knows that extremely lovely parrot from Australia, which has among many other points in its favour the advantage of breeding even in captivity with extraordinary ease and of bringing up young in unusual seasons, and in spite of its much warmer native country. This explains the increase in general popularity of Budgerigars as domestic birds in the course of the last decade.

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