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We meet at 2 p.m. on the third Sunday of January and fourth Sunday of the months of February through November at:
448 Dowling Blvd
San Leandro, CA 94577
Club dues are $25 per year and may be paid to the OIRCC Secretary Carol Tucker, 610 Pebble Drive, El Sobrante, CA 94883. Phone: 510-356-3230.
Closed aluminum bands may be ordered with a minimum of 25 for $25.00 plus $1 shipping to members, non-members pay an extra dollar so you might want to consider joining as well. Order bands from: Carol Tucker, 610 Pebble Drive, El Sobrante, CA 94883. Phone: 510-356-3230. You can also request bands by email at: email@example.com.
The Roller Canary Forum is published by the Oakland International Roller Canary Club to improve the advancement, breeding, and exhibition of German Roller Canaries. Hopefully it will encourage the promotion of the fancy and instruct our members who are not able to attend our regular monthly meetings. The opinions of the writers do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Club nor its officers. We encourage all members and readers to feel free to send in comments, questions, and any articles they would like to see printed. Judges, Master Breeders, Champion, Amateur, and Novice Breeders of Roller Canaries are cordially asked to contribute articles for publication. Please send us your ideas, articles, questions, comments, or criticism about the content provided in our Web site and in our Roller Canary Forum to firstname.lastname@example.org. (He is our editor).
2017 OIRCC Club Calendar:
Jan 22 Club Meeting.
Feb 26 Club Meeting.
Mar 26 Club Meeting.
Apr 23 Club Meeting:
May 28 Club Meeting.
Jun 25 Club Meeting.
Jul 23 Club Meeting.
Aug 27 Club Meeting.
Sep 24 Annual Club BBQ Meeting
Oct 22 Club Meeting.
Nov 26 Club Meeting.
2017 Song Contest Info:
December 14-16th 2017: OIRCC & NRCC Combined Song Contest & Show!
The Judge for the 2017 Song Contest will be Judge David Bopp.
This will be the BIGGEST Roller Canary Show on the West Coast this year. IT will be THE show to attend with at least 8 exhibitors so far. Plan ahead to attend this show and enjoy the camaraderie and fellowship of this Combined Contest.
The Coral Reef Inn and Suites
400 Park Street, Alameda, CA
For more information or to obtain an entry form contact:
Justin Agrella, President at: email@example.com
It is Here!
Do you ever wonder where all of the good information is on breeding, raising and training Roller canaries is? Do you ever wonder where you can find good books describing the song of the Roller Canary? Well, aside from getting all of this great information from our newsletter, The Oakland International Roller Canary Club
NOW has it's Classic Canary Book Store Open! One book starts it off and we will add titles to the list as our inventory is added to. The List starts below with a classic book and a record to go with it.
Available for purchase now:
Roller Canary Handbook by Judge Haig Sarkisian
This is an 88 page book that has many color pictures of canaries at various ages. Written by Haig Sarkisian in 1983 it was self published and includes a red record of Roller Canary song. The book deals with breeding training and caring for your Roller Canary. These books are brand new with new records included. $10 plus shipping. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for payment and details. Yes, this is the book entered into the Library of Congress!
Information, Special Topics:
H&D BUDGERIGAR & CAGE BIRD SOCIETY INC (Excellent Site for Dealing With bird diseases)
Since March 26, 1999
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January 7, 2017
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The material shown in this web site may not necessarily reflect the views of the Club Officers or members of the Club. We want to provide a non-judgmental vehicle for free expression of individual views and experiences in the Roller Canary fancy. We may learn from information with which we may disagree. There are many ways to raise Canaries that work, some better than others. The bottom line is to enjoy the birds as we work to produce the healthiest and most pleasant sounding birds we can. We encourage your questions and comments.