Opal Canary

The Opal Canary THE OPAL CANARY The first opal canary was bred from a pair of roller canaries in Germany around the 1950’s.  The opal mutation combines well with all ground colours, which cannot be said for some other self-mutations of coloured canaries.  It appears in all four classic series, green, agate, brown and Isabel.  Brown…

Bengalese

An example of successful breeding of the Bengalese variety known as ‘social birds’ and ideal for the beginner and for the experienced breeder alike. The experienced breeder if necessary will use the Bengalese as foster parents where the parents of a rarer specie of bird fails to properly incubate her eggs but at the same time ensuring…