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DESCRIPTION OF BIRD:  
The color varies from black, cinnamon, and white.  

HOW TO TELL MALE FROM FEMALE:  
The society finches are difficult to sex.

ORIGIN:
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.

BREEDING:
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.

DIET:
Their diet is seeds, greens, insects, and commercial egg or soft food.  
Society Finch
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