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Join Date: Oct 2005
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I had a flock of canaries. I never let them out of the cage though. It was a pretty big one, so they could fly a bit.
Canaries have no cloaca control, so if it were loose, you'd be finding little white blobs all over.
I'd recommend getting another canary to keep it company. They do get lonely. They need a flock.
Canaries are not that smart, but they are very conscious. My first male, when he lost his mate gave a song that started at the top of his range, and wound and descended to the bottom, leaving me no doubt that he knew the depth of the blues, there was so much sadness in that song. Before that I thought that his singing was more mechanical, he included a lot of sounds from the neighborhood in his singing, including fire engines, car alarms, even the sound of the police helicopter. I had a canary tape that I played to inform him of what a canary song should sound like as well.
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