White Canary
White Canary
White Canary

White Canary

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Mutations/sub-species: Over the course of time, Canaries have mutated into different sub-species. Each of these mutations and sub-species have distinct characteristics. Below are some of the most common types of Canaries.
Based on the sound they make, Canaries can be divided into two main groups, namely, the Choppers and the Rollers. Rollers are known to produce soft and low tune melody while Choppers produce loud choppy sound. While Choppers are bred for their “looks”, Rollers are bred for their “songs.” It is common for breeders to bred Choppers based on color, size and general disposition. As it is, you can easily find Choppers of various colors and sizes. On the other hand, breeders of Rollers are not really very particular about their birds’ appearance but rather on the way they sound. This explains the limited number of mutations in Rollers.
Diet: This type of bird loves different kinds of seeds such as millet, rape seed and hemp. Mixing seeds with leafy vegetables such as spinach and lettuce is recommended.
Canaries are naturally sociable so as long as there is enough space, these birds thrive well inside a mixed aviary.