Lancashire Canary

This canary is a bold and upstanding bird which should never crouch or lean across the perch.

It is a crested variety in which two types of individual are to be found, namely those with a crest (known as “Coppies”) and those without (known as “Plainheads”). Both form an integral part of the breed as a whole. The Lancashire is always bred in the clear form, either yellow or white, with no variegation such as is found in other breeds of canary, and the only departure from this ideal that is allowed is in the form of a grey or grizzled coppy in the crested

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