On 11/15/05, Jon wrote:
> thanks for your reply guys but i haven't tried it yet.
> anyway, i plan to buy a pair of canaries. i heard that there
> is actually a specific kind of canary that sings beautifuly,
> can anyone tell me which is this? are canaries easy to
There are song type canaries that are bred specifically for
their song. There are other type canaries that are bred for
color, size, etc. Many of these kinds of canaries sing too,
but the song is not as developed as those that sing by their
breeding. Actually, all male canaries have some natural song.
Breeding canaries is like breeding any bird. It should not
be taken lightly and as much education should be gathered to
see if this is something you feel you can do responsibly.
I would suggest not starting out with too many pairs until
you have a handle on what's involved and to see what your
local market can handle. Also, buy the very best stock you
can find from a good breeder. High quality produces high