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THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE


Thanks for wanting to check out more about us! 

Our Management Committee is made up of some incredible volunteers, who all give up their time to ensure the smooth running and growth of The Pheasant & Waterfowl Society of Australia. Each bring something unique and different to our team, with a shared passion for bird life. 

The expertise amongst these people is extraordinary, and are all part of what makes our Club great!

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PRESIDENT

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VICE PRESIDENT

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SECRETARY

John Urane is the Secretary for The Pheasant & Waterfowl Society of Australia. 

At his property on Brisbane's Southside, John keeps a wide variety of Wildfowl, Parrots, and Poultry. Included in John's collection are Blue Mutant Pheasants, Swinhoe's Pheasants, Lady Amherst Pheasants, Golden Pheasants (including Dark-Throated), Reeve's Pheasants, Ringneck Pheasants, Kalij Nepal Pheasants, Silver Pheasants, Black-Breasted Button Quail, North-West Island Feral Fowl, Painted Button Quail and much more.


TREASURER

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BRAND & EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

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VICE SECRETARY

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MEMBERSHIPS REGISTRAR

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GENERAL COMMITTEE 

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GENERAL COMMITTEE 

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PWSA AMBASSADOR

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PWSA AMBASSADOR

Our PWSA Ambassador for Victoria is Keith Biden. Keith started in birds when he was about ten years old, and like most kept and bred Budgerigars and Zebra Finches.

Keith has always had a keen interest in poultry, Araucanas to be precise. These he has bred and showed for quite a number of years . Through this he met a beautiful lady, Jean Dunstan, who became his mentor. She kept many species including Pheasants, and the now sought after North West Island Feral Fowl

It was this time spent with Jean and her husband that kindled his love for Pheasants and their beauty. That was in his early twenties. 

Living in suburbia limits what you can keep so once Keith moved into the country and onto a 5 acre property, Keith's bird population increased rather rapidly. It all kicked off with Neophemas, Finches and numerous Dove species; all of which are still kept today.

The Pheasant enclosures were soon to follow. Keith currently keeps Swinhoe's, Reeve's, Silver, Kalij Nepal, Goldens and Mongolian Ringnecks. Keith has always loved planted cages so his are large enough to have a fruit tree and other plants in them to create a more natural environment.

Keith's other love is the New Guinea Ground Doves. Keith has finally achieved two established colonies and produced a number of squabs from that. 

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460 Middle Road,

Greenbank QLD 4124

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