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Ban the Bird Market - Victory for animal welfare campaigners as Royal Agricultural Society cancel event in response to protests

Photos: Environmental Investigation Agency

Britain's largest exotic bird market, the National Cage & Aviary Birds Exhibition, has been pulled by the venue owners - the Royal Agricultural Society of England. The event, which was scheduled to take place at Stoneleigh Park on December 4 & 5, would have seen up to 100,000 birds - many brutally torn from the wild - up for sale.

Britain's largest bird market cancelled

National Cage & Aviary Bird Exhibition is cancelled following a two year campaign.

From Jungle to Jumble

Read the result of our investigation into the 2003 event, held at the Birmingham NEC.

Close up on the wild bird trade

A special Animal Aid report on the brutal trade in wild-caught birds.

Video evidence

Our 2003 video makes case against the bird market.

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