DESCRIPTION OF BIRD:
The color varies from black, cinnamon, and white.
HOW TO TELL MALE FROM FEMALE:
The society finches are difficult to sex.
They are native to India and China. These birds are not found in the wild but are a cross-breed produced in captivity.
WHEN IS THE BIRD IN COLOR:
Society finches are in color all of the time.
They are excellent foster parents and are not very protective of their own nests. They are usually prolific breeders and
a normal clutch will have 5-7 eggs. If there are perhaps 10 or more eggs, you may have two females in the aviary.
Eggs are incubated for about 18 days by both parents.
Their diet is seeds, greens, insects, and commercial egg or soft food.
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