Red Factor Canary

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Scientific Name: Serinus canaria domestica

The Domestic Canary is a trained type of wild canary. It is a small songbird in the finch family originating from the Macronesia Islands. However, the canaries were initially bred in imprisonment in the seventeenth century. They were brought over by Spanish sailors to Europe. Thus, this bird got costly and fashionable to breeding in courts of Spanish and English rulers. 

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    The red-factor canary is an illustration of a color-bred canary or a canary that is reproduced and valued for its color tone, instead of its melody, despite the fact that their tune is wonderful too! “Red Factor” alludes to the quality that takes into consideration red shading, which goes from light orange to brilliant red to bronze-red in shading. 

    The Red Factor Canary was created by Dr. Hans Duncker (a German Breeder) in the mid-1900s by crossing a male red siskin with the yellow canary. Some state the yellow canary was a German Roller, while others accept that its ancestor is a Border Canary. Just buy Red Factor to add dynamic tone to your aviary.

    Color Shade Variations:

    Red Factor Canaries can range in coloring from a delicate pink to an orange-red, and furthermore to a profound bronze-red in shading. All shades are pleasing and satisfying to the eye.

    Temperament:

    Red Factor Canaries are dynamic and vivacious, appreciated by both the individuals who wish to keep a pet canary as well as those who specialize in showing. A magnificent entertaining little bird, it is very simple to keep.

    Breeding:

    Not easy to breed, so it will require a further advanced keeper for this reason.

    Geography:

    The Canary Islands

    Size / Weight:

    4.7”

    Song / Call:

    _______

    Breeding Season:

    December to April.

    Lifespan:

    7-12 years

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