Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Insight on Canaries

Although the popular budgerigar kept for its bright colors, some people prefer a bird that can sing. Song canaries are beautiful women with attractive colors of yellow, gold, orange and silver. In this article, a quick look at the most popular varieties.

The Border Fancy Canary

A large bird for beginners because it is hardy, and will be free either breed in a breeding cage or an aviary. It is a beautiful bird with a small, well-proportioned body and a well-rounded head. A common plumage color is a bright yellow. Border Fancy is a "type" bred canaries valued more for his physical appearance than his singing.

The Roller Canary

This canary is so named because they are comfortable "roles" in the song that has been appreciated for hundreds of years. To find the right song, a young first-traps Roller cock used to be located in the company of an older rooster Roller. Today's song traing is usually done by means of recordings. A good rooster Roller is a remarkable warbling "tour" consisting of one Bell roll out to carry water, etc. Roll all done with a closed beak with only the neck moves in and out. It looks like a Border Canary in appearance but slightly larger.

The Plain Norwich manager

Another "type" bred canaries, the Plain Norwich boss is a squat, stocky body with a full round head and thick eyebrows. The fluffy plumage is usually colored a deep orange or red, and help with this rich red-orange color, birds can be fed with raw carrot as part of their diet. Norwich canaries come in white, cinnamon, clear or bright colors and can be either plain or head crest. They are not as vibrant and versatile as other canaries, but can be a friendly PET birds.

The Yorkshire Canary

Seating Devices upright as a proud Guardsman Yorkshire is a slim and shapely bird over 6 inches long. In contrast to the fluffy canary Norwich, this bird has short silky feathers gives it a nice appearance.

The Lizard Canary

This ancient breed of canary plumage has a pattern that resembles a little the weight of a lizard. Each spring has a lovely pale outer edge caused by a gene that reduced melanin in the plumage. The overall effect is to give a canary Spangled looks attractive, especially in the first year of life. Lizard canaries are yellow and buff in color, but gold and silver are terms used to describe them.

The Gloster Fancy Canary

This is a relatively new breed, and is less than the Border, although a crest. A crested Gloster is known as a Corona, and those without ridges are known as consortia. Canary is a small, very alert and an extremely fast mover and do not need a large cage. These features and the song is beautiful and rather cute quiff makes it very popular as a pet bird and beginners. A Corona connected with a Gloster Consort, so that the resulting offspring have only one copy of the mutated gene 'crest'. Chicks with a double copy of this gene will have thickened skulls and will not survive.

The Red Factor Canary

is a cross between a canary yellow and red Siskin common in South America. The result is a canary in a conspicuous plumage color from deep orange to red-bronze. This beautiful and attractive colors are maintained by feeding a diet rich in beta-carotene. Small and lively, it's no wonder it's popular and enjoyed by many people who find it an entertaining birds.

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