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WHAT IS A CANARY?

Domesticated canaries originated from wild birds imported from the Canary Islands. It should be noted, that the birds were named after the islands from which they came and not vice versa.


Most breeds as we know them, began to emerge from the early 1800s onwards. The wild canary is almost identical in appearance to any common crossbred, Self Green, domestic canary; that is to say, 12.5cm (5 inches in length), greyish green on the back, yellowish green underparts and streaked with black on both back and flanks.

 













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From those early imports of wild caught Canaries, all of our current breeds have been developed. One can only imagine today, the devotion needed to selectively breed birds which display the diversity and conformity of today's types. Remarkably some of the major advances were made early on in the species domestic history. Wild canaries are still to be found in their original locality and in some other Atlantic islands.

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