Current Affairs
Exhibition of 500 exotic finches of foreign origin

The Exotic Finch Malta association is providing the public with another opportunity to appreciate the beauty of 500 birds which, although of foreign origins, their breeding was carried out in Malta following research and experimentation. The exhibition will be open today and tomorrow at Project House in Floriana.

During the past days, the exotic finches were being judged by an international jury to select the best perfect finches. The exotic birds belong to enthusiasts of the Malta Exotic Finch Association, which each year brings over foreign experts to teach around 60 of its members to enhance their professionalism in the breeding of finches of different colours and designs.

The exhibition at Project House in Floriana, near the Police headquarters, remains open to the public till Sunday afternoon.

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