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mohamad - 2010-12-04
Hi where I can find canary birds for sale?

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  • allan - 2011-01-13
    Where you located?
  • allan - 2011-01-13
    Where you located?
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A. takley - 2011-02-08
My canary has been laying eggs and inexplicably throwing the eggs...what could be wrong?

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Qhairun - 2012-09-25
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Anonymous - 2012-08-13
Dear Sir  I would like to buy waterslager canaries so if you wish to sale please contact me : canarytwitter@live.com Thanks 

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Lea - 2006-05-31
Hi,
I believe the canary is the most beautiful of all captive breed birds. Mine are so precious and so loveable. Each one is such an individual. My favourite is the red factor, I lost my female redfactor a couple of days ago which made me very sad. I have to admit they make a lot of mess on the carpet but the pleasure they give me out weighs the mess they make. Mine are very spoilt, fresh veggies and fruit and prepared treats (homemade). I have all the medicines if things go wrong and I put vitamins and minerals in their water daily.
Trial and error has made my birds healthy and happy as well as reading books and good web pages. My local pet shop is fantastic, they get a wide range of canaries all from good breeders. ENJOY THESE WONDERFUL BIRDS, TREAT THEM WITH THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE.

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  • selina - 2011-12-11
    Hi there, I am thinking of getting a canary as a pet for myself but not sure which ones to get, red or yellow? male or female or both? or 1 red male and 1 yellow female? Please can you advice also how to determine which one is a female or male?
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John Ward - 2008-05-08
Only birds bred to the standards and banded with closed, registered American Singer bands can be called American Singers, ...a proven American Singer. If a bird looks similar to how some American Singers may look, but was not bred by a member of the American Singers Club because they would have banded it, and has no band... who knows what it is. (Editor's Note: If you plan to acquire this bird to show, looks like you want to make sure you obtain it from a member of this or another recognized breed club for show acceptance.)

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  • frances magdaleno - 2012-07-08
    I was at a swapmeet and I saw a bunch of small beautiful, hot and sweaty canaries in a medium cage. They had seed and veggies and water. They were all flying back and forth. I felt so bad for them that I bought a male and brought it home and named him Lucky. Then 2 weeks later I went back and bought a female and called her Luckier. They love anything I feed them and are spunky and fun to look at. I am feeding them required food. They have had 7 babies and are all beautiful and healthy. They both are great parents and love each other and kiss and feed each other.Of course, I don't know what breed or type they are. They look like American Singers. The male sings loud and beautiful to his sweetheart and the babies between 8 weeks and 12 weeks all sing softly together when dad starts to sing. I know I will never be able to band them, but they are beautiful, healthy birds. I'm glad I bought 2 and brought them to a good home. I hope others will buy the others who were so hot, yet spunky. I would never have had these little canaries if I had not gone to this swapmeet and my heart went out to help them. Is there anything I can do to identify my birdies. I don't want to sell them. I will keep them and separate them to stop mating. Mom and dad will stay close in two separate cages.
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diana - 2012-06-24
I have (3) 3 month old male T canaries but they arent singing loud like their dad I was wondering why? Also my female has suffocated her 1 week old babies, why?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-24
    The young ones are just too young yet - they should start singing more around 5 - 6 months old as they mature.  The mom probably suffocated the baby by accident.  Too enthusastic to sit the baby or jumped in the nest box too fast or possibly the baby just died and mom tried to sit the baby so it would bealive again.  Some things take practice and learning.
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Anonymous - 2012-06-22
I purchased my male red factor back in Dec 2010. They shipped him from Va. to Tx. and promised he would arrive alive and was indeed a male. He arrived alive and did sing for me, however, the last 10 months or so he has stopped singing. Also, his coloring is changing to more yellow. I have tried the apples and carrots, and he is just not that interested. I have bought the feeding for carnaries,,,along with the treats for canaries.. his molting has seemed to be on going...he looks thin...I have trimmed his nails for perching... I am now trying to find tape training...on line.... Any other suggestions out there ?? Oh by the way, I did let my 87 yr old mother have him for a few months, since my father passed away last August...so she would feel like she had a purpose in her daily chores. She did keep her place very hot....which I thought might be good for a tiny bird.? Now I read to keep them cool temperatures.? Any advice out there would be nice. I am glad to have finally found this site. Cathy

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-22
    Scroll up in this Animal World article and read the information rgarding the Care and Feeding for a red factor.  They require a specialized diet to maintain the redish coloring.  Glad your grandma enjoyed her but i doubt it was warm enough to have any effect on your feathered fella.
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mohammad - 2012-06-10
Hello, if I breed a male classic Timbrado with a female discontinuous Timbrado, what will their offsprings be? a cross breed?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-10
    It would be a hybrid. 
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Nasir - 2012-06-06
hi I want to by a Yorkshire(male) Canary so plz... tell me price of canary thanx

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