Animal Stories - Stafford Canary


Animal-World Information about: Stafford Canary

   The Stafford Canary, the first new canary variety since the Fife Canary which was developed in the 1950's, is a real dandy!
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Andrew Siddell - 2013-03-31
Will a lone stafford canary live out doors as i saw one flying about this easter

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2013-04-01
    They can depending on environment.
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koos - 2012-03-23
i want to start breeding these canaries wheir do I start?

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Teri Harris - 2010-01-24
I have the crested Staffords in Washington state. Sales prices are $75 - $100, depending on the quality.

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  • Susan Pearson - 2010-09-29
    Looking for a crested male something along the lines of a red variegated mosaic.
    Do you happen to have any available now or soon or know anyone anywhere near Portland, OR that might?
    Thank you for your time!
  • Susan Pearson - 2010-10-10
    Do you still have any?
  • yo fox - 2010-12-31
    I am looking for a non-crested stafford hen to pair up with my male, do you have any for sale?
  • Anonymous - 2011-03-21
    Hey Teri, Dave in Denver here. I was wondering if you still have you Staffords. Shoot me back an e-mail. Thanks, Dave DeVries.
  • Lisa - 2011-07-05
    I have been looking for a Crested Gloster hen, but don't know anything about Crested Staffords. How do they differ from Glosters? Where in WA are you? I am in Vancouver. Please email me lisa_jester@comcast.net
  • roshan lalchan - 2011-08-08
    Please e mail to the above address. I will buy any amount of canaries you have.
  • don t. - 2011-10-08
    Hi there. I'd like to have all picture of stafford canary that you have available ,can you send them over to my email? I'm looking for red color w/crested on its head, and how can I order and pay you?Thanks.
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Tony Aquilina - 2010-11-17
From which type of canaries origin comes the stafford canary?

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debbie - 2009-02-15
Where would one be able to get a pair of stafford crested canay's I've never seen them before? We live in the Seattle area.
Debbie Rothwell
rothwell.debra@yahoo.com

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  • Liz - 2010-08-01
    jansbirds.com or carls-canaries.com
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lois - 2009-01-07
Hi
I live in central Florida, and I what I would like to know is this: Who is a breeder or how could I obtain a Stafford canary in Florida? I would also like to know about the purchase price.
I would be interested because I love birds and this type of one appeals to me.
Thanks for any help.

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  • Liz - 2010-08-01
    www.carls-canaries.com has lovely staffords. Is located in Pt. Charlotte.
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