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mal williams - 2010-01-19
My gloster hen was about 3 yrs old, we took it to the vets to have her nails cut and apple removed from her breathing holes on her beak. Sadly its heart stopped beating and it died. We noticed about a week before this it would fall off its perch and land at the bottom of its cage. The vet said it sounds if it had a underlined heart problem, does anybody know about this problem. We all miss it badly. Its name was flash. The reason I say it, we were told its a hen, but it sang beautifully all the time and was told hen's dont sing. R.I.P.FLASH.

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  • Joe Delceppo - 2011-01-12
    Sorry you lost your gloster in an unfortunate way. I have a hen canary, laid eggs and hatched plenty last season. Prior to the breeding season she also sings as much as a male. I know it is not so common but it happened.

    Joe Delceppo
  • MARIO VELLA - 2011-03-02
    Yes hens do sing sometimes but very low in their sound and very rear.
    I have one to that sings.
    Please write to me and be my friend.
    MARIO FROM MALTA
  • mal williams - 2011-03-17
    Dear Joe & mario.
    Thank you both for your kind words even though its been over 12 months since we lost Flash she is still thought of and talked about, We have since got 3 more canaries but sadly one of them called Bart has also passed away. The two that we have are called Patch and Spot. Patch chirps a lot while Spot sings just like Flash did so we won't forget Flash. Mal
  • patti palmer - 2011-07-24
    I just lost my gloster canary about an hour ago..I am so heartbroken myself..this bird sang so beautifully and I just have to get another one..the silence is killing me..If you know of somewhere to purchase another one or I find a place let's keep in touch..the tears are falling as I write this.
    So sorry about your loss...I know your pain...I live in Pennsylvania and will let you know if I find a breeder....
  • mal williams - 2011-09-01
    hi PATTI.So sorry about your canary hope you have got another one as you get attached to the birds and they become one of the family we got another bird but that died in december last year so we got 2 canaries 1 hen 1 cock and they sing and talk to each other all the time. we got the birds because of the silence and they both have thier own ways and give us so much joy. we still talk about FLASH and BART alot and is still missed by us. we set up a fund trust with the rspb in flash and barts name and donate monies when we can
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farzad - 2011-01-02
Hey everyone my name is farzad I am looking for a pair of frilled canariess can anyone help me? Or tell me where I can find them? Thanx.

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  • ali - 2011-01-03
    if you are in canada ottawa or nearby you can call me I got a pair if you want them, you got to get them b4 the get there eggs in about 3 weeks.
  • Anonymous - 2011-02-15
    Theres a pet store in San Diego, CA called Lemon Grove Pets. It's a real dump, and their pets are obviously neglected and ordered from mills. I went to find canaries, the man told me they had several species, which meant two. He had frilled ones and regular american singers. The american singers were in poor health.. looked like they had scale growths all over their legs and they were all crammed in a smaller cage. However, the frilled ones looked healthy. Go rescue them before they die there.
  • fred - 2011-06-05
    Mr Farzad there are somone. He has some canariess. His name Joseph and#559 6181563.
  • mansour - 2011-06-12
    Salam farzad jan shoma koja tashrif darid? Chand joft canari frill mikhay?
  • Vio - 2011-08-23
    Hi Steve e-mail me or call(718 551 6840)when you gouing to have the baby PARISIAN FRILL CANARY. I want to Get 2 - 3 pairs
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Mohammad reza maghsoud - 2011-03-04
Dear sir/madam,

I hope you are doing great.
I am interested in buying canaries from you.

I was wondering if you would ship your product (canary or any other birds) to Emirates or Turkey.
I'd really appreciate it if you'd inform me of the costs (canary itself and the cost of shipping).

Best regards
Mohammad reza Maghsoud

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  • Anonymous - 2011-06-21
    Dear mister Maghsoud,

    If you are still interested i can help you on the North Dutch Frill and the Parisian Frill. On this moment I can offer you old pears and at the end of October I can offer you young birds.
    Let me know if you are still interested.

    Kindly regards

    John Rossou
  • steve - 2011-06-27
    Sorry I don't ship them.
    Try pet's store inport- export.
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Allan Coerbell - 2011-01-13
I am in brooklyn N Y. I gave away a lot of belgians, I only kept 2 pairs, there are lots of them in the New York area, I am a member of the Kings County Canary Club, and a lot of our members have them. I am looking for the Italian Gibber.

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  • Rob Morales - 2011-03-02
    I'm looking for a pair of Belgaians. I live at Ca. I'm hoping you can ship or we can work something out in shipping them out. I'm also looking for Italian Gabbers. www.robbyshobbies.net Rob.
  • Rob Morales - 2011-03-02
    I live at : Tulare, Ca. 93274 Thank you. Rob
  • charfeddine - 2011-05-26
    Let's make a free market of birds.
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shariq - 2010-11-24
How do you make a canary female lay eggs?

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tobe - 2008-10-05
Do you know of the african canaries? Call me +23425814474 for more we have many types that can take any type of canaries in challenge. vic40tobe@yahoo.com

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  • Victor - 2010-03-19
    Its victor again. We have never get yellow{ash} carnary, yellow canary, green carnary and different in sizes body structure and song types and speed. The ash small sized type is the fastest and loud like spanish tambrador but faster.vich40tobe@yahoo.com is my mail if you want to know more on african canaries.
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pla - 2011-08-16
Can any one tell me if both male and female hiding behind a flower pot is indicitive of pre-nesting behavior? Thats how hoppy and brownie spend part of the day. Their cage is suspended on the lanai wall with a nest already in it.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-17
    Two little birds sitting in a tree KISSING. I would say a good start. Now it just might be their safe place that they dfound as the cage is suspended but I think a little more than that.
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pla - 2011-08-16
My hoppy and brownie get along good with my 8 parakeets. All of them have the run of the lanai during the day, share food and seem to socialize. They retire to their respective cages in the evening.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-17
    Sounds like a neat place. I love it when the birds, bunnies and in my case deer have room to roam and yet in a safe place. Great for them and me.
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Ronald M. Stewart - 2011-01-29
I wish to communicate with Tim H Anthony regarding the purchase of Waterslager canaries. How do I go about doing so?

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laura - 2010-05-03
How to know I have male or female bird - canary?

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  • Kathryn Lee - 2011-07-30
    I purchased 2 Glosters Canaries, 1 crested, the other is not. How can I tell which is the male?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-07-30
    To the fella with the gloster canaries....A crested should be bred to an uncrested - corona to crested). Corona or crested does not have anything to do with male or female. Now the hard part - just because it does or does not have a crest, it has nothing to do with being a male or a female. With or without the crest, it can be a male or a female. It is diffult to determine the sex - without DNA sexing. That said, usually the top of males head is flater than the females head. The female usually has a roundeness to the top of the head while the male head is flatter. I am also told that usually female Canaries have 3 evenly lengthed toes, while middle toe of male Canaries is usually longer than the two outside toes. Males are a little more colorful and they are the ones who are doing the singing. Females chirp.
    Good luck. Most breeders would be pretty accurate at determining male/female.
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