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60th Annual National Cage Bird Show

Check out BirdChannel's coverage of the National Cage Bird Show, which took place November 20 to 22, 2008. We take you behind the scenes to see how birds are judged, who the winners are as well as a view of the show arena.

National Cage Bird Show 2008

View a slideshow of birds in the show arena. Click Here>>

Watch an interview with peach-faced lovebird judge Lee Horton. Click Here>>

Watch birds having fun in Lansing, Michigan. Click Here>>

See the winners of the 208 National Cage Bird Show. Click Here>>

Check Out The Coverage Of The 2007 National Cage Bird Show

Find out who the Top Birds are at this year's show. Read More >>

Take a look at some pictures and video from the show. Click Here >>

Check out the fun times and the show birds in Denver. Click Here >>

Video footage of the judges and top bench birds. Click Here >>

BIRD TALK magazine Group Editor Melissa Kauffman interviews Henry Vela at the 59th annual National Cage Bird Show. Vela served on the National Cage Bird Show Board of Directors for 2007. The 2007 National Cage Bird Show took place November 15 to 17, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. Listen to the audio

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