The Spanish Timbrado Canary (Serinus canaria domesticus) was breed by an organized breeder’s association in the 1940’s-1950’s for their beautiful song.
The Spanish Timbrado Canary appearance varies widely depending on where the canary was bred. Average length is about 5 inches. Colors are usually greenish but can also be yellow, white and cinnamon.
The Spanish Timbrado Canary is well known for its metallic and bright song.
Breeding season is December-April. Eggs are laid in the nest. Hen will lay 3-6 eggs.
Good quality canary seed, greens and cuttlebone.