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The canary is one of the prettiest birds that we place in an aviary.  We usually will place a pair of canaries, but often
the male will not sing with a female.  Because of this, on occasion we will only place a male.  The average life span of
a canary is 10 years.

HOW TO TELL MALE FROM FEMALE:  
Canaries are hard to sex.  It is sometimes easy to distinguish the male from the singing.  The male canaries are
better singers.

ORIGIN:
Canary Islands off the coast of Africa.

WHEN IS THE BIRD IN COLOR:
Canaries are in color all of the time.  

BREEDING:
Most canaries do not breed in the aviary.  This is because it is difficult to sex them, so getting a male and female are
often by luck.  However, some aviaries will receive a pair that will be great breeders.  Canaries require an open nest
for breeding and nesting.  Incubation period for a canary will last 14 days and the fledgling occurs about 14 days later.
 

DIET:
The canary eats seeds and greens and requires egg food through the breeding period.
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