Tell me how to make FSSUK more popular.
2 years 2 weeks ago #1771 by Colin Gale
there are points for and against that the Waxbill Finch Society (WFS) have both and for them it works fairly well although there has been the odd falling out . But conversely this site www.featheredflyer.co.uk/ has a facebook page which is barely used but even their main site is struggling & I'm not sure how much longer it will survive
2 years 2 weeks ago #1773 by Colin Gale
FF is still lingering on although the majority of posts seem to be from those who can't log onto the site & I'm not sure who is actually running it currently
2 years 2 weeks ago #1774 by Dom
I do hope bird keeping doesn't die out slowly as younger people don't take it up, Stafford this year showed how there are few sub 30 year old coming thorough I thought. I even felt young there at 42!
2 years 2 weeks ago #1775 by Colin Gale
think you need to go onto some of the Budgie sites to find the young birdkeepers , There also tends to be a generation gap in Birdkeeping when young Birdkeepers drop out in their lateteens/early 20's when other life matters take over , but some start drifting back from their late 30's onwards as their lives become more settled
2 years 2 weeks ago #1776 by Dom
Yes that's true Colin, I was a bit different in that respect as we both moved in together with our first child before we were 20 so I started adult life with commitments early. I filled the going out gap with children and an aviary
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