Make your own free website on Tripod.com
International Cardueline Society

Joining together individuals who share a common interest in breeding Cardueline species in captivity.

 

Most Cardueline species have many sub-species which are often not recognized by individuals or bird clubs.  The purpose of the International Cardueline Society is to share knowledge with each other and to keep blood lines of sub-species as pure as possible.

                                      
 For  latest updates
:            

 
 
ICS Pages Projects External Web Pages

HOME
DISCUSSION PAGE
BIRD HEALTH CARE
CARDUELINE BREEDERS
BIRDS WANTED \ FOR SALE
SISKINS OF THE WORLD
VIDEO ALBUM
PHOTO ALBUM
BOOK REVIEW
BIRDWACHING
VIEW GUEST BOOK
SIGN GUEST BOOK


View My Stats  
Number of Visitors since 1st Oct. '97
Alta-Vista
GOOGLE

World News

Birdlife International

 

Click on the links below to contact the project director.

Click on the links below to view related web sites

Siskin Recovery Projects

          Bunting Species
web_pic.jpg (3001 bytes)   Tropical Birds Forum
Jean Michel Eytorff
Carlos Almeida
Claudia's Green Singers

  European Serinus Society

Goldfinch mutations
   E-mail: John Quatro Carduelan finches / chat
Carduelan by Hans-Joachim Rein          www.aviariojm.es
       Cardenalito de Venezuela            www.ciuffolotto.it                  
             Green Singers L'OASI
                       www.carduelis.ch                                      www.carduelis.gr
       The Carduelan & Colorbred Experience            www.sisken.dk                        
     Cardinals.hu
     AOP    Birds of the World     ABBA Seeds

Saffron Finches

      www.citrinella.net/   
              
            distelvinken     ICC Germany
    Hugo Jolling 

  

Unique Beak Aviaries-Grey Singers Crossbills
          Bullfinches - Hungary    www.brunoperi.it  - Italy

 

All material contained within the following pages are subject to International Copyright Laws

John Quatro, International Cardueline Society

This page was last updated on 12/06/15
 
This web site is best viewed with Internet Explorer 4+
at 800x600x24bit resolution.

                                                                                                   Free Guestmap from Bravenet