Hummingbird and Canaries

The Canary and Hummingbird are two of the most popular birds that most people keep in their homes. Of course, they are in specially prepared cages that meet their conditions. In this section you will find many interesting pictures with these two heroes. Additionally, on the right side we have prepared especially for you menus in which you will find other species of popular birds.

Domestic birds in a cage

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The birds that are caged in the picture are of course the domestic canaries that most of you have in your homes. Your task today will be to...

Canary on a branch

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Canaries participate in special championships organized by professional associations of birdwatchers. The singing of each breed is judged by specialized judges, who are guided specifically...

Hummingbird zentangle

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We see in the picture, a hummingbird that needs to be colored very beautifully. Zentangle is an art form, drawings consisting of simple shapes filled with a repeating pattern. It is.

Bird canary drawing

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Do you know what kind of bird is shown in this picture? It is a very small bird that reaches a body length of 12.5 cm to 13.5 cm on average....

Hummingbird and flower

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Color the visible bird that is just taking nectar from a flower while flying. Hummingbirds live in the Americas, There are both sedentary and migratory hummingbirds. These...


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You have to color, two birds - hummingbirds that are just drawing nectar from a beautiful flower, Did you know that these birds are very interesting and from many...


Hummingbird among the trees

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Just look at how many elements you have to color. We can see a hummingbird bird that is currently among the vegetation. We can see: blooming flowers, foliage and some shrubs. Make it...

Canary for children

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The domestic canary, commonly known as the canary, is a domesticated variety of the wild canary, a small family bird. The first domestic canaries were brought to Europe by Spanish sailors,...

Playing with a hummingbird

Waiting for you cool game which of course as all on our site will be based on printing a picture from the page, and then color it in...

Hummingbirds take nectar

What they can do is phenomenal. They fly up to the flower and freeze in the air flapping their wings very quickly. They put their beak into the calyx of the flower, they have...

The smallest bird in the world

In Poland we can not observe this little bird in natural conditions. But surely you have seen it more than once in some cartoon or movie...


  1. Origins: Canaries (Serinus canaria) are small birds of the scaly family (Fringillidae) that are native to the Azores, Madeira and the Canary Islands.
  2. Breeds and varieties: Thanks to human breeding, canaries come in many different breeds and varieties that vary in shape, size and feather colors.
  3. Size: Canaries are relatively small birds, usually reaching a body length of 10 to 15 cm, depending on the breed.
  4. Beautiful feathers: One of the characteristics of canaries is their beautiful and varied plumage. Breeders have selected many colors and patterns, making canaries popular breeding birds.
  5. Singing: Male canaries are known for their beautiful singing, which is often more elaborate than the singing of most other songbirds. It is for this reason that many canaries are bred for their vocal ability.
  6. Breeding: Canaries are relatively easy to raise, which is why they are often chosen as first birds for beginning bird lovers.
  7. Sexual characteristics: Male canaries tend to be more vocal and colorful than females. Females tend to have more subdued coloration.
  8. Life expectancy: Under the right conditions of care, canaries can live from 7 to 10 years, and sometimes even longer.
  9. Breeding status: Many bird breeders and enthusiasts are making efforts to obtain new combinations of colors and traits in canary breeding, leading to the creation of a variety of breeds and varieties.
  10. Application: In addition to being popular breeding birds, canaries have also been used in the mining industry as indicators of the presence of poisonous gases in mines. In the past, their behavior in the presence of toxic gases could warn miners of danger.


  1. Variety of colors: Thanks to long-term human breeding, canaries come in many colors and feather patterns, from intense reds and oranges to delicate pastels.
  2. Singers and dancers: Canaries are known for their beautiful singing, but some males can also perform dance moves to the rhythm of their singing, lifting and turning their heads.
  3. Similarity to wild ancestors: Despite years of breeding and genetic modification, canaries still share some similarities with their wild ancestors, especially in body shape and conformation.
  4. Application in scientific research: Canaries have been used in studies of bird sound and communication because their ability to mimic sounds facilitated experiments.
  5. Fraudulent singing: In nature, male canaries sing to attract females and to mark their territory. Some males in breeding, especially if kept singly, may make sounds that mimic the female's singing.
  6. Differentiated behavior: Each canary has its own individual personality. Some are more sociable and eager to interact with people, while others may be more shy.
  7. Parasites: Canaries, like many other birds, can be prone to parasitic infections such as mites and fleas.
  8. Tasty treats: Canaries can enjoy a variety of treats in their diet, such as fresh fruits, vegetables and grains. However, care must be taken not to overfeed them with excess sweets.
  9. Effect of light on singing: Day length and the amount of light can affect the singing activity of canids. During the mating season, increasing day length can encourage males to sing more intensely.
  10. Thanksgiving bird: It used to be the custom, especially in England, for canaries to be given as an expression of gratitude or thanks. This custom evolved into a popular specific canary color called "Canary Yellow" (canary yellow).
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