Yellow Canary (Male and female) for sale
Yellow canary Birds has been a popular captive species since the 17th century. When the Spanish conquered the Macaronesian islands in the 15th century, sailors brought the birds back to Europe leading to captive breeding for the pet trade.
Yellow Canary Temperament
One of the best aspects of canaries as pets is that they enjoy relationships with their human companions. Unlike other pet birds, such as parrots, canaries enjoy accompanying their owners, but they don’t like to be handled often. They prefer a more passive relationship with their owners and enjoy hanging out nearby or flying around the house.
Speech & Vocalizations
One of the perks of owning a yellow canary birds is its song. Several varieties are known for singing, including the Harz Roller, the Waterslager, and the American Singer. Males are the primary songbirds and can come up with beautiful, elaborate songs and vocalizations. Females typically chirp and whistle. Beyond singing, canaries are usually quieter birds and good choices for apartments or households with family members that are sensitive to sound. Neither male nor female canaries will sing during the molting period when they shed old feathers and replace them with new ones. Canaries molt during the summer months and the process takes between 6 and 12 weeks.
Yellow Canary Colors & Markings
As the name suggests, wild canaries are yellow or greenish-yellow on the main part of their bodies. The underside is bright yellow. In the pet trade, canaries come in a variety of colors, including white, orange, full yellow, and red. Hybrid breeding with finches yields even more vibrant and diverse coloration.
Wild canaries eat a diet of seeds and insects. Your pet canary will do well on a high-quality seed mix with added vitamins. Many commercial feed options are available with the proper nutritional profile for canaries and finches. Pellets are available as well, but they’re not as enjoyable for your bird.
Green with bronze or blue,Cinnamon brown,
Ino, a coloration with red eyes
High red factor
Agate, a dilute green
Isabel factor and lizard, which have feather markings that resemble reptile scales