Canaries are the most popular caged bird in the UK. Since the 1600s, selective breeding has produced many different species which are commonly kept throughout the UK. Despite their differences the same basic management principles apply to all the different breeds of canary.
This fortnightly series builds into a clip-out and keep library, offering proven practices to keep your canaries in perfect condition. Tasks are presented in a logical order, to keep you on track throughout the year.
|Part 1||mite||Part 8||slip/stiff claw||Part 15||colours and markings||Part 22||feeding and conditioning|
|Part 2||feet and legs||Part 9||Training||Part 16||buying and selling||Part 23||do's and don'ts|
|Part 3||exercise||Part 10||moulting and colourfeeding||Part 17||judging and exhibiting||Part 24||Canaries at Christmas|
|Part 4||trimming, prep & records||Part 11||washing and bathing||Part 18||pedigree or face value||Part 25||lighting|
|Part 5||selection of breeding stock||Part 12||general health||Part 19||art of stewarding||Part 26||playing your part|
|Part 6||breeding round by round||Part 13||clubs and shows||Part 20||Mid season assessment|
|Part 7||fostering and weaning||Part 14||preparing for shows||Part 21||future planning|