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     61 NATIONAL
    THE
   CAGE BIRD SHOW
           November 19th - 21st, 2009




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      60 NATIONAL
     THE
    CAGE BIRD SHOW
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel
          November 20th - 22nd, 2008
         Tulsa, Oklahoma



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    meetings, attend an educational seminar, visit the
  commercial marketplace and take advantage of all the
benefits the NCBS offers you as a member. Good luck to
 all exhibitors. We hope you’re the one we greet at the
 podium to award one of this year’s Higgins Awards for
                    Best in Division!!

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                             Table of Contents


NCBS Membership Application..........................................4 & 162
Sponsorships - Div & Sec............................................................5-6
Hospitality.......................................................................................7
Awards Banquet ..............................................................................8
Exhibitor Services...........................................................................9
Local Points of Interest .................................................................10
Bird Sale Room Rules...................................................................14
Seminars........................................................................................15
Hotel Directions & Legend.................................................... 16-17
Specialty Club Meeting Schedule.................................................18
Service Recognition Award...........................................................20
Show Rules ..............................................................................21-23
2008 Higgins Trophy Winners......................................................24
Judges ......................................................................................27-35
Affiliated Specialty Clubs.............................................................36
NCBS Board of Directors .............................................................38
Division 1 – Border Fancy............................................................53
Division 2 – Glosters ....................................................................62
Division 3 – Type Canaries...........................................................65
Division 4 – Old Varieties.............................................................76
Division 5 – Domestic Hartz.........................................................90
Division 6 – Fife Fancy.................................................................94
Division 7 – Stafford.....................................................................96
Division 8 – Colorbred Lipochrome Canaries ............................104
Division 9 – Colorbred Melanin - Classic Canaries ...................107
Division 10 – Colorbred Melanin - New Color Canaries ...........111
Division 11 – Finches and Softbills ............................................114
Division 12 – Parrots ..................................................................128
Division 13 – Love Birds, Rares, and Eye-rings ........................133
Division 14 – Love Birds, Peachfaced........................................135
Division 15 – Cockatiels.............................................................142
Division 16 – American Singers .................................................147
Division 17 – Roller Canaries.....................................................149
Division 18 – Spanish Timbrados...............................................151
Division 19 – Youth ....................................................................152
Awards Sponsors .................................................................153-161
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Division 1 - Bor der s
    Paul Dee                                  Division 7 - Staffords (cont'd )
    Rudy Diehl                                   Tom Hixs on
    Pat Kane                                     Bob Jordan
    Elizabeth King                               Don Plat z
                                                 Tom Ressel
Division 2 - Glosters
    International G loster                    Division 8 - Lipochrome
          Breeders As sociation                  Margaret B lackmon
                                                 Carl Biers & John Cromwell
Division 3 - Type Canaries                       Dino & Gail Dimitriou
    American Norwich Society                     Tony Fa rrugia
    Robert & Mary Anne Buc kles                  Jorge Garc ia
    International Col umbus Fancy                Fred & Cl audio Gatto
          Association                            Dennis & Eileen Karius
    Barnard O'Conn or                            Manuel Madruga
    Hoa Troung                                   Bob Metheny
                                                 Ignacio Per ea, Sr.
Division 4 - Old Varieties                       Vito Ramu ndi
    Sandra Foote                                 Paul & Mar y Ellen Sacca
    Bruce Gardner                                Albert & Hazel Silva
    Bahmann Ghassab                               Luis Talaver a
    Tony Guiomar                                 Julio Val ella
    Kelli Matthews                               Oscar Vas quez
    Old Varieties Canary Association
    Jim Pick el                               Division 9 -Melanin Colorbred
    Mac & Karen Saedi                            Julio Ac evedo
    Harold Sodamann                              Carl Biers & John Cromwell
    Bob Wild                                     The Higgins Group
                                                 Alfred Igl esias
Division 5 - Hartz                               Doyle & C heryl Johnson
    Sal DiPasquale                               Jesus Lopez
    Mary Ellen Scho tt                           Rado Pagac
    Robert Ziegler                               Albert & Hazel Silva
                                                 Mike Sparks
Division 6 - Fifes                               Luis Talavera
    The Oklahoma Avicu ltural Society            Robert & Nora Trincado
    Gabe Estrela                                 Henry Vela
    Adriana H. Gonzalez                          George Woj cicki
    Enrique Ponce                                Jose Zelada
    Romeo Simonetto
                                              Division 10 - New Color Melanin
Division 7 - Staffords                           Bonnie Cain
    Carl Biers                                   Felix Calder o
    John Cromwell                                Gunter Giese cke



                                        –5–
Division 10 - New Color                       Division 14 - Love Birds -PeachFaced
    Melanin(cont'd)                              David & Mary Arthur
    Doyle & Cheryl John son                       Fred & Linda Br andt
    Bob Metheny                                  Joe DeLuc a
    Ignacio Perea                                Frank & T ara Horan
    Ricardo Sanchez                              Julia Howard
    Albert & Hazel Si lva                        Lovebirds by J.D.
    Henry Vela                                   Mike Miller
    Jerry Zak                                    Jim Munis
                                                 Janet P ritchard
Division 11 -Finches & Softbills                 Phil Ryan
    Laura Bewley                                 Marilena S almones
    Alfredo & Vanessa Brugueras                  Barb Theeke
    Clarence & Ola Cul well                      Karl & Jean Wi ley
    Cecil G unby                                 Cliff Witt
    Vince & Sally Hun tington                    Dave Ziegl er
    Andrew Green & R ebecca Mikel
    Lisa Murphy                               Division 15 – Cockatiels
    John & Jane Muscato                          Julia Al len
    Bob Peers                                    Peggy & Jes se Avila
    Marilena & Melissa Salmo nes                 Bird Sup ply of New Hampsh ire
    Vonda Zwick                                  Jan Bish op
                                                 Alex Centner
Division 12 - Parrot s                           Phil Feret
    Agapornis Acres                              Lisa Grimes
    Leland & Cheryl Burns                        Leslie & K arl Huegerich
    GEM Custom Laser                             Barbara & Royce Irwin
    Ken Gunby                                    Wendy LaBanca
    Annette Howar d                              Kim & Scott Mackey
    International Conur e Society                Josh Maple
    Royce & Barbara Irw in                       Julie & A l Mitchell
    Alfred & Juliann e Mion                      Nancy Reed
    Sandee Molenda                               Judy Shapiro
    Gary Morgan                                  Pat Tuck er
    Glenda Pullum                                Sandy War ren
    North American Parrot Society
    Jeff Robinson                             Division 16 - American Singers
    Phil Ryan
    Marilena Salmones                         Division 17 - Roller Canaries
    Katy Secor                                   Central States Roller Canary
    The Oklahoma Avicu ltural Society                    Breeders Associ ation
    Richard & Billie Villiva                     Linda Hogan
    Karl & Jean Wiley                            Bil ly Richardson
    Cecil Gunby                                  George T raveria
    Clarence & Ola Cul well                      Charlott e Wild
                                                 Robert W ild
Division 13 - Love Birds Rare an d
Eye-ring                                      Division 18 - Timbrados
    Dave & Mary Arthur                           Louis C alvo
    Wendy Edwards                                Don & Dorothy Egger s
    Jim & Janet Landvater
    Lovebirds by J.D.                         Division 19 - Youth
    Mike Mille r                                 John & Jane Muscato
    Gary Morgan




                                        –6–
     Friday November 20th, 2009
         HOSPITALITY NIGHT
                 All NCBS members welcome
       Location: Madrid 1,2,3 Time:7:30pm-midnight



                         AUCTION
Featuring birds donated by previous Higgins Winners at NCBS
             Gary Morgan will be our Auctioneer



                            MUSIC
There will be fantastic music for your dancing and listening
                         pleasure



              VIP SEATING AVAILABLE
 Reserve a special table specifically for your group
     Cost is $5 per guest and each table accommodates 8 guests.
                    Send your check payable to:
                           Mary Tarsitano
                         53546 Beechwood
                     Shelby Township, MI 48316




                              –7–
           You are cordially invited to attend the
            National Cage Bird Show
                   Awards Banquet
               Saturday, November 21, 2009
                  Madrid Ballroom s 1-2-3

                         MENU
                  Renaissance Salad
Baby Mesclun Green s & Basil Leaves, Vine Ripe Tomatoes
          Crumbled Feta Cheese & Pine Nuts
        With Balsam ic Mustard Seed Vinaigrette

                          Entrée
          Thyme & Maple Roasted Chicken Breast
              With vanilla sc allion cream sauce
             Cranberry & Shallot Bread Dressing
        Pecan Carrots & Roasted Garlic with Broccoli
                               Or
Bacon W rapped Pork Loin with Sun d ried Cherry D emi Gl aze
            Wild Mush room & Parmesan Pole nta
    Grilled Toma to & zucchini with Glazed Baby Carrots

                        Desserts
                 (No indi vidual selections)
    Vanilla Cream Brule with Caramelized Pear Chutney
       Bourbon Pecan Pie with Raspberry Coulis &
                  White Chocolat e Sauce



  Banquet Tickets $40/ person (USD) prior to November 6
          $45 After Novem ber 6 or at the show

       Make Checks pa yable to NCBS and send to
    Raquel King · 4325 Bar J · San Antonio, TX 78253


                           –8–
               Exhibitor Services
The National Cage Bird Show is happy to offer the following:

Advance Shipping
Please ship at least two weeks prior to the show. Shipped cages will
be delivered to the Show Hall on Thursday morning, November 19th
for you to pick up. There will be a shipping service at the show for
return shipment. Show cages may be shipped to the following
address:
                               Rudy Diehl
                          134 Sunset Dr Rt 3
                                  Box 51
                         Cleveland, OK 74020
                            (918) 243-5539


Bird Deli
NCBS will be continuing the practice of the “Bird Deli.” The deli will be
available Saturday for all birds. Fresh veggies, fruits, etc. will be
available free of charge to exhibitors.

Avian Vets
We will have Avian Vets available during the show for your use.
Exhibitors will be responsible for any charges incurred for services
rendered or requested.

Paul Welch, DVM
Forest Trails Animal Hospital
918-299-8448

Carol Best, DVM
Best Friends Veterinary Hospital, Inc.
918-663-7595

Motorized Scooter Rental
Sooner Mobility 918-663-6800
Saffa Medical Equipment 918-492-8257

For Additional Information, contact:
Rudy Diehl      NCBS Show Manager                    (918) 243-5539




                                –9–
         Local Points of Interest

WOODLAND HILLS MALL - 2 miles 2 levels, 1.2 million square
foot facility. Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun 12noon - 7pm

OKLAHOMA AQUARIUM - 5 miles (www.okaquarium.org)
10am-6pm daily, until 9pm on Tuesdays, $13.95 adults, $11.95
Sr's/Military, $9.95 - ages 3-12. Features 200+ exhibits, salt &
fresh water

TULSA ZOO - 10 miles (www.tulsazoo.org)
9am-5pm, 363 days a year. $4 - ages 3-11; Adults $8, Seniors $6,
under 2 - free. 84 acres, 2800 animals on exhibit, including North
American Living Museum/Complex , African exhibit of wildlife and
recreation of typical Maasai village, Tropical American Rainforest
including variety of bird species flying freely, Asian exhibit,
Oceans and Islands, Children's Zoo section, and educational
areas.

GILCREASE ART MUSEUM - 11 miles (www.gilcrease.org)
10:00-5:00 Tues - Sun, closed Mon. $8 adults, $6 seniors, 18 and
under - free. Contains world's largest collection of American West
and Native American Art, historical manuscripts, and artifacts.

PHILBROOK ART MUSEUM - 11 miles (www.philbrook.org)
10:00-5:00 Tues-Sun, closed Mon, $7.50 general admission;
$5.50 seniors. Italian Renaissance Villa, former home of
Oklahoma oil pioneer. Includes one of the finest permanent
collections of Renaissance and Baroque art and sculpture in U.S.

ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY - 11 miles (www.oru.edu) -
Please see their website for information about scheduling tours

GREENWOOD JAZZ HALL OF FAME - (www.bestoftulsa.com)
Music library holding videos, audio, and photographic materials of
featured musicians, Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00. Their mission is to
educate visitors about Oklahoma's rich jazz heritage and tradition

GOLF COURSES
http://bestoftulsa. com/golf/ tulsa_public_ golf_courses.html

CASINOS: www.oklahomacasinocity.com
River Spirit Casino, 1616 East 81st, Tulsa
Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino, 951 W. 36th St. N., Tulsa



                              – 10 –
               Local Tours
            Seeing the Tulsa Area




Oklahoma Cage Bird Society will have tours to the
following locations:

Museum Tours
Gilcrease Museum
Philbrook Museum of Art & Gardens
Shopping
Woodland Hills Mall
Animal Sights
Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum
Oklahoma Aquarium
Kids: Big and Small
Incredible Pizza Company

Make reservations for the tours by calling Laura
Bewley 918-446-3999 or lbewley@yahoo.com.
Tour reservations may also be made in the Bird
Sale Room. Tours will be filled on a first come
first serve basis. Reservations for tours must be
made by Friday morning 9:00am.


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   Pet Bird Exhibition
                 Sponsored by OCBS
    for the education and enjoyment of the public.

Entry fee - $4.00
Caging - Any style of cage - Cage required
Food and water required
Type of Birds - Exotic (all varieties)

Entries taken from 10am to 11am Saturday
November 21, 2009. Birds will be checked in by
OCBS personnel. Birds will be maintained and
monitored by OCBS until released to owners.

Judging will take place at 12pm. Categories of
judging will be:
Best Trick                  Most Loveable
Best Talker           Most Audience Appeal
Best Dressed                Best Singer
Largest Bird                Best Kisser
Smallest Bird               Best In Show

Owners will be able to work with birds to get them to
display their best performance. Birds will be
awarded prizes and pictures will be taken for
publication. Birds will be released at 3pm.




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               Raffle
               Sponsored by
         Oklahoma Cage Bird Society


       Friday & Saturday
           Tickets are on sale!

      Dollar Tickets --------- $1.00
      Two Dollar Tickets ---$2.00
      Five Dollar Tickets ---$5.00
         The raffle will be held for
         2 days Friday & Saturday.

Oklahoma Cage Bird Society welcomes
you to purchase your tickets early by
contacting Lori Naiman 918-298-0839 or
ljnaiman@cox.net lbewley@yahoo.com

 Oklahoma Cage Bird Society welcomes
your support. If you have an item you can
   donate to the raffle please drop it off
Friday at the raffle table or mail it to OCBS
    3538 S. 65 W. Ave. Tulsa, OK 74107


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            Bird Sale Room Rules

1. Members of the National Cage Bird Show may
    sell birds thru the sales room.
2. Each bird must be registered prior to entering the
    sales room.
3. Forms are available at the registration table. Fee is
    $2.00 per bird.
4. Sellers must place the birds in clean, appropriately
    sized cages with food and water.               Do not
    overcrowd the birds.
5. Sellers should identify the birds and indicate
    whether they are pets or breeders, type of food
    they are accustomed to eating and any special
    requirements or conditions the buyer should know.
6. Only healthy stock may be sold. The sales staff
    may refuse any cage they deem to be a problem.
7. Owners may assist sales room staff with selling of
    their own birds but not with the financial transaction.
8. Sales room cashiers will handle ALL financial
    transactions in the bird sale room. The local club
    operates the bird sales room and will receive 10%
    of all sales.
9. Only birds for sale may be brought into the bird
    sales room.
10. The sellers will be paid at the end of the show.
11. The local bird club will be the final arbiter of these
    procedures and reserves the right to amend or
    revise them as deemed necessary.
12. Purchases must be paid in cash, except NCBS
    members who joined prior to October 1st of this
    year may pay with cash or check. All sales are final
    and there will be no refunds.



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   Dr. Darrel Styles
Texas A & M University




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                                        6808 South 107 East Ave nue
                                           Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
                                               (918) 307-2600

                  DIRECTIONS TO THE
    RENAISSANCE TULSA HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER




                                                   FROM:
                                    TULSA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
                                     Highway 11 east to Interstate 244 east
                                    to Highway 169 south to 71st Street. At
                                  the stop light turn left on 71st Street. At the
                                second stop light turn left on 109th East Avenue.
                                 At the stop sign turn left. Hotel is on the left.
                                             Approximate miles: 10

JOPLIN:                                                       DALLAS:
 Interstate 44 west to Highway 169 south                      Interstate 75 north to Interstate 44 east
to 71st Street. At the stop light turn left                   to Highway 51/64 east to Highway 169 south to 71st
on 71st Street. At the second stop light                      Street. At the stop light turn left on 71st Street. At
turn left on 109th East Avenue. At the                        the second stop light turn left on 109th East Avenue.
stop sign turn left. Hotel is on the left.                    At the stop sign turn left. Hotel is on the left.
Approximate miles: 115                                        Approximate miles: 250

OKLAHOMA CITY:                                                FORT SMITH:
Interstate 44 east to Highway                                 Interstate 40 west to Muskogee
51/64 east to Highway 169south                                Turnpike to Highway 51/64 west to
     st                                                                                   st
to 71 Street. At the stop light                               Highway 169 south to 71 Street.
                st                                                                             st
turn left on 71 Street. At the                                At the stop light turn left on 71
second stop light turn left on                                Street. At the second stop light turn
109th East Avenue. At the stop                                left on 109th East Avenue. At the
sign turn left. Hotel is on the left.                         stop sign turn left. Hotel is on the left.
Approximate miles: 110                                        Approximate miles: 115



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Hotel Legend of Convention Area




             – 17 –
  2009 National Cage Bird Show
 Specialty Club Meeting Schedule
Use of ANY open room times MUST be approved by
            Debbie Eaton prior to use.




                   – 18 –
REPLACE




  – 19 –
 NCBS SERVICE RECOGNITION AWARD


This award was established in 1981 to acknowledge those who
have given notable support to the NCBS.


1981 F.H. Mahoney - Advertising, Publicity, and Public Relations.
1982 John Knipp - Breeder, Exhibitor, Judge.
1983 Cliff Williams - American Singers, 18 Kelloggs.
1984 Dorothy & Merle Ziegler - Board Member and Hartz Exhibitor.
1985 LaVerne Krauss - Past President, Hartz/American Singer Exhibitor.
1986 Harold Sodamann - Past President, Founded Booster Buttons.
1987 George Commons - Board Member & American Singer Sponsor.
1988 Ralph Bowman - Past Secretary, Budgie Exhibitor, Judge.
1989 Sig & Peg Larson - Sig Past President, Both Great NCBS Supporters.
1990 Dr. Val Clear - Bird Fancier, Author, Judge.
1991 Ray Johnson - Past President, Commercial Exhibits.
1992 Paul K. Ballew - First Commercial Booth Chairman.
1993 Charles Anchor - Past President, Exhibitor, Judge.
1994 Mark Whiteaker - Past President, Exhibitor, Judge.
1995 Margie McGee - Board Member, Exhibitor, Judge.
1996 Paul S. Williams - Past President, Judge.
1997 Don Stein - Owner of Kellogg, Provided Kellogg & Scannell Trophies
1998 Bob Metheny - Board Member, NCA President, Colorbred Judge.
1999 Mary Tarsitano - Her many years of service to NCBS
2000 Bonnie Cain - President, Type & Colorbred Judge
2001 Ignacio Perea - Board Member, Exhibitor, Type & Colorbred judge.
2002 - Bob & Pattye Roberts - Bob Board Member both service to NCBS.
2004 - Claire Brammer - Breeder, Exhibitor, service to NCBS.
2005 - Jane Muscato Check in Secretary, exhibitor, service to NCBS.
2006 - Barbara Rosario - Board Member, Webmaster, Membership, Exhibitor
2007 - Katy Secor - Long time exhibitor, loyal NCBS member/supporter
2008 - Jim Warren - NCBS Member, Exhibitor, V      olunteer. Always a friendly
face with a willing hand to assist a novice, an exhibitor or show personnel to
make it a great show.




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                                 SHOW RULES



1. Only National Cage Bird Show members may enter birds.

2. Entry fee shall be $2.00 per cage to a maximum of $50.
   Entry fee for sale birds shall be $2.00 per bird.

3. Separate entry forms are required for each Division.
   Exhibitor assumes responsibility for legality of his entry.
   Entry forms and cage tags will be available starting 10am THURSDAY.

4. Entry forms must be completely filled out and used as follows:
   White: to Show Secretary table by 9pm Thursday.
   Pink and Yellow: to show hall with entries prior to 7am FRIDAY.
   Pink and Yellow: exhibitor copy for checkout after banquet SATURDAY     .
   All white copies must be to Show Secretary table by 9pm Thursday.
   No forms or tags will be sold Friday, sale birds excepted.
   Entries will be received in the show hall 1 to 9pm THURSDAY.
   Entered birds may be brought to the show hall between 6 and 7am Friday,
   however, these must be in the secretary books Thursday. All birds will be on
   the benches by 7am Friday, judging starts at 8am. American Singers require
   all entries be made prior to 9pm Thursday.


5. All entries must be bona fide property of exhibitor at least thirty (30)
   days prior to the show. To compete for the Higgins Trophy all birds
   must be bred and banded by the exhibitor except for Finch and
   Parrot divisions. These need not be banded. Higgins winners and
   band numbers may be published in the NCBS newsletter.

6. To compete in unflighted (young) classes all entries must be bred and banded
   with a recognized, current year, traceable and closed band. Secretaries
   please send band numbers of your members to the NCBS Secretary.

7. All birds that are flighted, or with open bands or unbanded, or with
   unrecognized or non-readily traceable bands, must compete in the old
   (open) classes.

8. No more than one band is allowed per bird for those requiring bands.

9. Any bird purchased within one year from a judge cannot be shown at
   NCBS when that judge is officiating in that division at the show. Any
   officiating judge or their team member, partner or family member may not
   show in any Division of the current year.


                                      – 21 –
                       SHOW RULES (CONTINUED)



10. Division winners from all song bird divisions will compete for the Best
    Song Bird in Show award. All other division winners, except the
    Youth Division, compete for the Scannell Trophy.

11. Only one bird in a cage may be shown except in Finch Pairs section.

12. Every possible attention will be given to the care of the birds, but the
    National Cage Bird Show, Inc. and sponsoring clubs will not be held
    responsible for any accident, mistake, loss, theft or damage that may
    occur to any exhibit.

13. All birds must be checked on entering and leaving the show room. After
    birds are entered and checked-in they are under the care of the show
    management. They are not to be handled except by direct permission
   of the show manager. If drinkers or feeders are removed for judging by the
    stewards they should be replaced by the stewards. If this has not been
    done the exhibitor should notify the show management and have it done
    by those responsible for handling the exhibit.

14. No birds, drinkers or feeders shall be removed from their individual cages,
    except by the Chief Steward. While entered in the show entries are under
    the control of NCBS.

15. Show management has the right to add, combine or withdraw classes
    as the number of entries dictates.

16. No identification, signs or display advertising will be allowed on or about
    any cage until judging has concluded.

17. Special awards given for club bands or membership will not be awarded
    unless exhibitor's eligibility is indicated on the entry form. All special
    awards will be judged and/or presented after division judging has been
    completed.

18. Judging by daylight or Vitalite or equivalent as the situation dictates.

19. Colorbred canaries will be judged by the point system.

20. Cage bottoms should be covered with a regular seed mixture relative to
    the particular species. Song birds use white paper.

21. No steward is authorized to reclassify an entry. Only a judge has the
    authority to reclassify an entered bird.

                                      – 22 –
                       SHOW RULES (CONTINUED)



22. The judge has the right to withhold awards if the judge feels the bird does
    not warrant the award. The judge is to check bands after judging for bred
    and banded by the exhibitor.

23. Decisions of the judge are final.

24. Cut-off time for judging is 7pm Friday. If the Division is not finished the
    judging will resume Saturday morning at 8am.

25. Entries shall be checked out one half hour after the banquet Saturday night.
    Check-out procedures will be announced at the banquet.

26. The NCBS Board of Directors reserves the right to interpret all rules and
    regulations and arbitrarily settle and determine all matters, questions and
    differences in regard thereto. It also reserves the right to amend and add to
    these rules. All complaints must be written and submitted with a $10.00
    fee to the Board prior to the completion of the Scannell judging.

27. Youth Division entries are governed by all rules listed above and Youth
    Division rules which are listed in Division 19 - Youth.




                                        – 23 –
   2008 Scannell Award for Best in Show
                  Border
                     Luis Belchior

   2008 Charles Anchor Award for Best
              Foreign Bird
              Black Cheeked Lovebird
                   Gary Morgan

 2008 Award for Best Song Bird in Show
                     Roller Canary
                      David Bopp

        2008 Higgins Trophy Winners
Borders                            Luis Belchior
Glosters                           Pat Riccio
Type Canaries                      John Kotsoros
Old Varieties                      Dr. Mac & Karen Saedi
Hartz                              Robert Wild
Fife Fancy                         Gabe Estrela
Staffords                          Carl Biers & John Cromwell
Lipochrome Colorbred               Aldo Bracco
Melanin Colorbred (Classic)        Fred & Claudio Gatto
Melanin Colorbred (New Colors)     Felix Calero Alfonso
Finches and Softbills              Dennis Burhans
Parrots                            Katy Secor
Lovebirds (Rares/Eye-Rings)        Gary Morgan
Love Birds (Peachfaced)            Frank Horan
Cockatiels                         Philip Feret
American Singers                   Marion & Marilyn Omiatek
Rollers                            David Bopp
Spanish Timbrado                   Inactive
Waterslagers                       Inactive
Youth                              Nick Theeke
                          – 24 –
The original artwork for the logo was created
     by National Bird Designs in 1984
  by Donald Perez and William Reichert.


                   – 25 –
              LIST OF AWARDS
  SCANNELL Award for BEST IN SHOW: Trophy & $250

     Divisions 16 - 18 BEST SONG BIRD IN SHOW:
                      Trophy & $150

    Divisions 11 - 15 BEST FOREIGN BIRD IN SHOW:
      Charles Anchor Award (Trophy),Rosette, & $150

THE 18 BEST IN DIVISION AWARDS ARE CONTRIBUTED
                        BY
          HIGGINS PREMIUM PET FOODS




                     Divisions 1 - 18

           Best - Higgins Award, Rosette, & $50
            2nd - 4th Division Trophy & Rosette
                 5th - 7th Division Rosette
      Section Awards (1st) - Section Trophy & Rosette
                 2nd - 3rd Section - Rosette
                 Classes (1st-3rd) - Ribbon


               Division 19 - Youth Awards

 Best - NCBS Scholarship, Gold Medal and Division Rosette
              Silver Medal - 2nd & Rosette
              Bronze Medal - 3rd & Rosette
              4th thru 7th - Division Rosette



                          – 26 –
      JUDGES BIOGRAPHIES FOR 2009 NATIONAL


                             FRANCOIS STEEGMANS
                             Borders
                             I am 59 years old and was born in Belgium where I live
                             with my wife Emelda. I have been breeding and
                             exhibiting Borders for the last 17 years with a lot of
                             success both here in Belgium and across Europe. In the
                             last 17 years I have participated 14 times at the
                             WORLD SHOWS and accomplished 10 Gold medals
                             and 12 Silver medals. Over the past 17 years I have won
                             more than 100 titles of Best Border, and I have also
                             won Best Border in 17 out of 18 shows in the last two
years in different countries. I am a recipient of many gold, silver, and bronze awards
exhibiting at the European Championship around the European continent. I am
proud to be on the judges panel of the British Border Convention. I have judged
numerous shows across the European continent, in England, Canada and the USA
National. I would like to thank the Board of Directors of the National Cage Bird
Show for their confidence in choosing me and wish them success with their 2009
NCBS in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I consider judging the National Cage Bird Show for the
second time an honor and wish all exhibitors the BEST OF LUCK.


                            CHARLES LONG
                            Glosters
                            I have been raising birds for about 39 years. I started as
                            many have, raising colorbreds for a couple of years and
                            then went into type canaries. I have raised and shown
                            Borders, Norwich, Fife, and Glosters. I finally settled into
                            specializing in the Gloster for the past 18 years. I have
                            placed many Glosters on the top bench at the local and
                            then National Cage Bird Show, winning the Scannell
                            twice for Best Bird in Show. My original stock I brought in
                            from England in the 90s and have worked since then to
improve the breed. Over the years I have had many hobbies like bowling, fishing,
hunting and camping. I have given up almost all to spend more time with my birds. I
have served as president and show manger many times with the Fresno California
local club which is next to the town where I currently live of Clovis California. I am
also currently the president of the specialty club, the United Gloster Breeders. I was
married for 44 years loosing my wife, who was my best friend, almost 2 ½ years ago.
I have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. I am very much
looking forward to seeing some old friends and fellow breeders at this years show. I
consider it an honor to be judging the Glosters this year. Best of luck to all those who
are showing this year in Tulsa.




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                               MARCEL VERSCHUEREN
                               Type Canaries


                              My name is Marcel Verschueren. I have been happily
REPLACE                       married to Frieda De Bruyn for 36 years and I have
                              one daughter; Jill.
                              In 1970 I started breeding all kinds of Type and Old
                              Variety canaries from Parisians frills, Northern
                              frills, and Southern frills to Norwich, Yorkshire,
                              Glosters, Borders, CrestBred, and Scotch Fancy
Through the years I have been very successful with the special type canary
shows in Belgium as well all over Europe. To date I have won 8 Golds, as well as
many silver & bronze medals at the World Shows.
I have had my license for judging Type & Old Variety canaries since 1975 and I
became an international judge of C.O.M. in 1980. For the last five years I have
also served as a panel judge in England. I am also a member of the Technical
Committee of Type Canaries in Belgium.
During the recent past few years, I have been judging a good number of
international shows in Belgium as well as show's all over Europe, including the
biggest shows in Italy: Reggio Emilia & Udine. I have also had the opportunity
to judge Type & Old Variety canaries on three occasions in Brazil. I have had the
honour of judging at the World Show four separate times.
I look forward to judging the Type division at the US National. Best Wishes to all
exhibitors.



                       MAC SAEDI
                       Old Varieties

                         Dr. Masoud (Mac) Saedi is a long-standing canary breeder,
                         having bred all of the varieties since childhood. He has been
                         a member of the N.C.B.S. since 1981. Mac has been
                         affiliated with many specialty clubs in the US, Canada, and
                         Europe. He is the president of the T.B.A. club and a Director
                         of O.V.C.A. His judging experience has been in specialty
                         club shows in Europe, Canada, and around the US. His last
national judging was in 1995 for a division of the O.V.C.A. In addition to his
extensive experience as a specialty club judge, Mac has won the treasured Kellogg
17 times, and the Higgins Trophy 3 times. He was fortunate to win two Kellogg
Trophies in separate divisions at the 50th NCBS silver anniversary show in
Chicago. He also won the coveted Scannell Trophy at this same show. Mac is often
referred to as the top Kellogg recipient in the history of the award. He wishes all of
the exhibitors the best of luck and looks forward to seeing them in Tulsa, Oklahoma.




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                       BONNIE CAIN
                       Hartz


                        Grove City, Ohio, is home to Bonnie Williams Cain. She
                        is well known by bird fanciers and exhibitors across the
                        United States and Canada. Proficient at both type and
                        colorbred canary judging, Her aviary is devoted at this
                        time to type and colorbred canaries. This includes
                        Norwich, Old Varieties Crest and Crestbred, Columbus
                        Fancy, Red Lipochrome and Recessive White. Bonnie is
                        also interested in European Finches. For over twenty
years she has served as a director of the National Cage Bird Show. Currently she
is an Honorary Director of the National. As a charter member of the National
Colorbred Association she has served that organization as Vice President and
President. A certified colorbred judge, she is and has judged colorbred and type
canaries for more than twenty five years.




REYNOLD PAUL
Fife Fancy

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                           RALPH TEPEDINO
                           Stafford


                            The youngest of three brothers, born and raised in
                            Brooklyn, New York and for the past thirty-four years
                            has called Los Angeles home. I learned many great
                            lessons from my parents growing up, but it was the
                            lesson of being responsible and having respect for all
                            mankind and animals. My interest and caring for
                            animals started in my adolescence years; truly a
                            menagerie, having guinea pigs, hamsters, budgerigars,
                            love birds, finches, canaries, chickens, box turtles,
                            salamanders, fresh water fish; and never to be forgotten,
                            Spotty, Ginger, and Ester, our family dogs.
My love and passion as a canary hobbyist has brought thirty-four consecutive years
of breeding season challenges. A twenty-nine year member and multiple term
officer as President, Vice President, Show Manager, and 2008 Past President of The
American Canary Fanciers Association; 2007 President of The Norwich Plainhead
Club, and 2007 Board of Directors for The International Gloster Breeder
Association. I earned my judging credentials from Bud Ricks and Margie McGee,
who will always be in my thoughts. I was honored with the privilege to judge
Division III Type Canaries at The National Cage Bird Show's 50th Anniversary
Show, Chicago Illinois in 1998, and the 2004 National in Lansing, Michigan.
Currently, I house and breed-to-standard the Columbus Fancy Crest and Smooth
Head, the Stafford Crested and Non-Crested, the Domestic Hartz Topknot and
Plainhead, the Norwich, Parisian Frill, Red Dimorphic, and Yellow Dimorphic. I
am sincerely grateful for the privilege and honor to judge Division VII Stafford
Canaries at the 2009 NCBS in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and wish all exhibitors an
enjoyable show.


                              ALDO BRACCO
                              Lipochrome Colorbred

                              I have raised and showed colorbred canaries since
                              1970 and won numerous Best in Shows. I am an
                              approved NCA & AACE judge. I have judged in
                              many cities in Canada and the USA, including the
                              Canadian Nationals, the US Nationals, and a few
                              NIROC shows. I consider it an honor to be invited to
                              Tulsa, Oklahoma to judge the Lipochrome Division
                              at the National Cage Bird Show. I wish everyone
                              much success and good luck.




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CLAUDIO GATTO
Melanin Classic Colorbred


           NO PHOTO OR BIOGRAPHY PROVIDED TO NCBS




                            GEOFF WALKER
                            Melanin New Color Colorbred

                            Geoff Walker has bred and exhibited Coloured
                            Canaries in excess of 35 years. He has bred all of
                            the recognised mutations, and continues to keep
                            examples of most of them to this day.
                            He was the first breeder of the Satinette, Onyx,
                            Topaz , Eumo and Cobalt mutations in the UK, and
                            some years ago was responsible for reintroducing
                            the recessive white, and for introducing the 'new'
                            mosaics in both lipochrome and melanin varieties.
                            His birds have annexed, on at least one occasion, all
                            major awards for coloured canaries in England .
Geoff has been on the OMJ World Judges list for 30 years, and during that time
has judged World Shows in France, Belgium, Italy, Germany and Switzerland
including the 2008 event in Hasselt, Belgium. He has also judged specialist and
national shows in these countries together with Holland, Sweden, Israel, Malta,
Gibraltar and extensively throughout North America.




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                          ARMANDO LEE
                          Finches and Softbills


                           Hello my name is Armando J. Lee and I would like to
                           take the opportunity to thank you for selecting me to
                           judge this year's National.
                           I've had many different types of birds as pets since I
                           was 10 years old. In 1985 I began breeding birds to
                           exhibit at shows. I've bred and exhibited Finches,
                           Borders, Fifes, Glosters, Lizards, Scott Fancies, as well
as Colorbred canaries. Because I reside in Southwest Florida I am able to keep
my birds in the outdoor section of my aviary all year. However, I set my
breeding pairs indoors.
I am a Panel Judge for the National Finch and Softbill Society and the National
Colorbred Association. I have judged several times in Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale,
Tampa and Miami in Florida, Chicago, Georgia, Missouri, New Orleans, North
Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, Puerto Rico and Canada. I am
honored to have been chosen to judge the Great American Bird Show and the
National Cage Bird Show again.
My wife, who also shares an interest in birds, usually accompanies me to as
many bird shows as possible. We both enjoy traveling and the wonderful
friends we have made through this hobby.
Professionally, I am a Certified General Contractor and a Licensed Real Estate
Broker. I am employed in our family business. I am looking forward to greeting
old friends in Oklahoma and to the opportunity of making new ones. I wish all
exhibitors, the directors, and members the very best in this forthcoming show.

                        DAN EASTER
                        Parrots
                        Dan Easter is from a small community outside Houston,
                        Texas called Hempstead. He and his wife, Susan, live on
                        32 acres where they successfully breed many types of
                        hookbills. He has bred and exhibited hookbills,
                        cockatiels, and finches since the early 1980s. Dan and
                        Susan were the top hookbill exhibitors in 1991 and 1992.
                        They won all three awards at the 1999 National: the AFA,
                        the Kellogg, and the Scannell; and in 2001, they won the
Kellogg. Dan has been married to Susan for 34 years and has two daughters,
Brandy and Heidi. Dan loves the competition and friendships he and his family
have made while traveling and attending bird shows and events. He is a member
and a judge of the National Cockatiel Society, co-founder of the North American
Parrot Society, and is a member of the Judges Panel. He has had the opportunity
to assist and chair many successful bird shows within his hometown and home
state, including West Wings of Houston Bird Club, Texas Bird Breeders
Association, and Fort Worth. Dan considers judging the National Cage Bird
Show an honor and wishes all exhibitors the best of luck.


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                                 JOE DELUCA
                                 Lovebirds - Rare and Eye Ringed


                                Being around birds my whole life, it was only natural
                                that I raise and show birds. I’ve bred all types of
                                Lovebirds since 1979 and have Champions in all
                                types. My Lovebird credentials start with winning
                                my first show that I entered in 1988, and I have won
                                shows every year to present date. I have won the
National and Kellogg trophies, I have also won the Puerto Rico National. I’ve been
show chairman for many years and I have been a judge since 1994. I also travel the
country giving Lovebird presentations. I have attended every National since 1989
and I have enjoyed all the friends I meet every year. My children Kristen, Erika, and
Joey are my partners behind the scenes. Without them I couldn’t have come this far.
Thank you to the membership and the National Board for letting me judge the
Lovebird Division.


FRANK HORAN
Lovebirds - Peachfaced
                             I am the newest ALBS panel judge and I started judging
                            shows last year. I have kept many different species of
                            birds since my early teens, though I do remember having
                            a pet Bantam Rooster when I was about 4 years old. My
                            father planted the bird bug in my system; I remember a
                            trip we made when I was about 12. Living, at that time,
                            on the south of Dublin we traveled to Northern Ireland to
                            get budgie breeding stock. In those days it was a five hour
                            trip. Since technically, a different country the birds had to
                            be smuggled back into the Republic of Ireland. They
                            were placed in panty hoes and hung around our necks and
under our jackets. It was quite an adventure at the time.
Many bird species have attracted me but Lovebirds, so far, are the only ones that
have kept my attention. I have been a top 10 exhibitor in ALBS for the past few
years, making it to number three for 2006; in the future I would like to achieve
Champion Breeder status. I was fortunate enough to win the Higgins at last years
National for the Peachface category.
I am a Lieutenant/Paramedic in FDNY EMS. I live, with my wife and daughter,
in Staten Island, N.Y., without whom I would not be able to judge and exhibit my
birds because they take care of them while I am away.
I want to thank The Lovebird Society for this judging nomination and The
National Committee for the honor.




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                        ANNETTE HOWARD
                        Cockatiels


                        Annette Howard's introduction to the avian community
                        was a cockatiel named "Dicky" and twenty-eight years
                        later she is deeply honored to be judging the NCS
                        National Show.
                        Annette has held countless elected and volunteer
positions within NCS, NAPS, NFSS & SPBE over her tenure in aviculture, as
well as stewarding and secretarying several Nationals over the past two decades.
Her fondest memories of the NCBS are winning the Higgins with her Barnard
Parrot at the 2004 National in Lansing, and judging two previous Nationals; the
first NAPS National show in 1999 in Manchester, NH, picking the ultimate
Scannell Winner, a Baraband Parakeet, and the NFSS show in 2006 in Chicago,
IL.
Best of luck to all of the exhibitors and congratulations to the NCBS on another
successful show!




                       JUDY SNIDER
                       American Singers
                       I began raising American Singers as well as rollers and
                       waterslagers in 1979 and received my judging card in 1984,
                       the same year my first grand champion was hatched, who is
                       still the highest scoring (most total points) in our record
                       keeping, a feat equaled only by his nephew three years later.
                       This is my fourth national to judge, probably my twentieth
                       at which to exhibit.
                       Over the years I have done some writing on behalf of my
                       beloved American Singer, having served as Cagebird
columnist nearly ten years. I am proud to be a charter member of my local chapter,
DRAGON, of the American Singers Club and to have been associated all these
years with this wonderful song canary, which I believe best expresses the
innovative, adaptable American personality.




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                              FRED PROEBSTEL
                              German Roller


                               From the time I was old enough to roam a bit my
                               mother usually checked for me in the chicken yard
                               if I was missing. I sat and watched them a lot and
                               my mother was soon buying me a few exotic
                               chicks of my own and the local hatchery man was
                               usually throwing in a few chicks just for me. When
                               I was probably ten or so my mother received a
                               canary and cage for Mother's Day, and thus started
                               a fascination with cage-birds, a few canaries
                               including Red Factor and Gold Lizards, parakeets,
                               parrotlets, zebra and Gouldian Finches. After a few
years I obtained some quality Rollers and my interest has remained with them
for over fifty years, about half of that has been as a certified judge of the Roller
Canary.




                         CARLOS CASTELLANOS COLLANTE
                         Spanish Timbrados

                        Carlos Castellanos Collante was born in Barranquilla,
                        Colombia. He is an attorney, specializing in human
                        resource management and conflict management.
                        He has bred Spanish Timbrado Canaries exclusively for
                        the past 25 years and has been a certified Judge of the
                        Spanish Timbrado for the Spanish Ornithological
                        Federation since 1989.
Carlos has judged innumerable competitions in Venezuela, Spain, and Puerto
Rico and judged every year for the last 20 years in various cities throughout
Colombia.
He has won several top breeder awards including the 1989 WORLD
CHAMPION award in Pordenone-Italy and the 1999 WORLD CHAMPION
award in Cuba. He was also the 1994 Champion in Gudarrama, Espana and the
1995 International Champion in Venezuela. He is a Columbian National
Champion & has won top awards in more than 50 competitions over past 25
years.




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        Affiliated Specialty Club Funding


African Love Bird Society ($250 per division) ........................$500
American Norwich Society.......................................................$200
American Singer Club................................................................$-0-
Central States Roller Canary Association.................................$300
Hartz Club of America..............................................................$300
International Columbus Fancy Association ..............................$200
International Fife Fancy Club of America ................................$300
International Gloster Breeders Association ..............................$150
International Parrotlet Society ..................................................$100
National Colorbred Association ($300 per division) ................$900
National Cockatiel Society .....................................................$500*
National Finch and Softbill Society..........................................$600
National Gloster Club ...............................................................$150
National Norwich Plainhead Canary Club................................$100
North American Border Club....................................................$500
North American Parrot Society.................................................$600
Old Varieties Canary Association .............................................$500
Society of Parrot Breeders and Exhibitors....................................$0
Spanish Timbrado Society of America .....................................$500
Stafford Canary Club of America .............................................$500
United Gloster Breeders............................................................$100
Yorkshire Canary Club..............................................................$100
* For only judges submitted by NCS




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                   FOR THE 2010
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                      SHOW
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               National Cage Bird Show
              Board of Directors for 2009
Gary Morgan                                                            President
Debbie Eaton             1st Vice President / Specialty Clubs Liaison / Awards
Dean Reyes        Corporate Sponsor Rep. / Higgins / Publicity & Events Chair
John Muscato                Secretary / Asst Show Manager / Show Incentives
Jane Muscato                               Show Secretary / Newsletter Editor
Clarence Culwell       Treasurer / Scannell / Special Recognition Award Chair
Barbara Rosario                      Web Site / Booster Buttons / Membership
Sandee Molenda                            Airline Liason / Publicity / Seminars
Rudy Diehl            2nd Vice President / Division Statistics / Show Manager
Linda Hogan                                               Youth & Scholarship
Raquel King                                               Banquet Ticket Sales
Elizabeth King                            Show Catalog / Catalog Advertising
Don Platz                                     Catalog Sponsorship Coordinator
Sal DiPasquale                                            Auction Coordinator
Henry Vela                         Division Check-in / Check-Out Coordinator
Robert Wild                                  Commercial Exhibits Coordinator
Mary Tarsitano                                     Food/Beverage Coordinator
Ignacio Perea Sr.                                     Honorary Board Member
Harold Sodamann                                       Honorary Board Member
Bob Metheny                    Honorary Board Member / Judges Coordinator
Bonnie Cain             Honorary Board Member/Future Show Site Chairman


        Judges for the 61st National Show
Borders                                                    Francois Steegmans
Glosters                                                          Charles Long
Type Canaries                                              Marcel Verschueren
Old Varieties                                                        Mac Saedi
Hartz                                                              Bonnie Cain
Fife Fancy                                                        Reynold Paul
Staffords                                                      Ralph Tepedino
Lipochrome Colorbred                                               Aldo Bracco
Melanin Classic Colorbred                                        Claudio Gatto
Melanin New Color Colorbred                                       Geoff Walker
Finches and Softbills                                             Armando Lee
Parrots                                                              Dan Easter
Lovebirds Rare and Eye-ring                                         Joe DeLuca
Lovebirds Peachfaced                                               Frank Horan
Cockatiels                                                    Annette Howard
American Singers                                                    Judy Snider
German Roller Canaries                                           Fred Proebstel
Spanish Timbrado                                    Carlos Castellanos Collante


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The Lone Star State Canary Club Supports & Welcomes
 Everyone to the 2009 NATIONAL CAGE BIRD SHOW!!
                    Felipe Sanchez
                     Dawn Willsher
                    Elizabeth King
                   Gisela Behgooy
                  Mrs. Clarence King
                   Ricardo Sanchez
                      Julio Valella
                    Brenda Varhola
                    Jay D. Burzlaff
                  Biers & Cromwell
                      Tom Ressell
                     Donald Perez

Visit our website: www.lonestarcanaryclub.org



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        Wishes everyone
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2009 National Cage Bird Show
      In Tulsa, Oklahoma




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