Aviculture

A'vi·cul`ture noun [ Latin avis bird + cultura culture.] (Zoology) Rearing and care of birds.
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Aviculture

• (n.) Rearing and care of birds.
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aviculture

raising and care of wild birds in captivity, for the breeding of game stock, the perpetuation of declining species, or for display and education. ...
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aviculture

aviculture 1. The raising, keeping, and care of birds. 2. The care and rearing of birds in cages, aviaries, or enclosures. 3. The practice of keeping birds in captivity for scientific study.
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Aviculture

Aviculture is the practice of keeping and breeding birds and the culture that forms around it. Aviculture is generally focused on not only the raising and breeding of birds, but also on preserving avian habitat, and public awareness campaigns. ==Types of aviculture== There are various reasons that people get involved in aviculture. Some people bre...
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Aviculture

The breeding and raising of birds in captivity; when such species are cross-bred, new
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Aviculture

the science of birds
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