There are many other breeds of canaries that are less known to lack fewer characteristics. Here we talk a little about each of these species of canaries.
Italian common canary
A Saxon-like canary, with a thick yellow or green plumage. They are good cantores, rustic and prolific breeders. This breed has been forgotten for its little relevance and differences to other breeds of canaries.
Today it does not exist and was not known outside Italy. It was a canary that was derived from the harzer.
A canary of German origin, it is similar to the Saxon in plumage, color and morphology. This canary has an upright position and barely curved, the length of this bird is 15 and 16 centimeters.
A canary raised in Switzerland similar to the first Yorkshire, from which the Bernese was obtained. Its length is 16 to 17 centimeters, the plumage is glued, with similar upright position and of the same color as the Yorkshire. It has a regular song, it is a little prolific and poorly reproductive bird.
The Swiss curl was created from the union of the glasgow gift and the curling of the south. From the glasgow don got the position feature, in the form of a crescent and the curly of the south was obtained the curl. The length of the bird is 16 to 17 centimeters, has few curls, the legs are long without feathers and the tail narrow.
German moñudo canary
This bird is the result of the reproduction of a gloster with a crested. The predominant color is yellow to a lesser extent is the green, white or bronze always of a single color. The bun is small and round and covers the entire crown of the bird. The length of this bird is 14 centimeters, its bill is shortened in cone shape.
This bird has its origins in Japan, from crosses with curly canaries of the South and scotch fanchy. The length is 11.5 centimeters so it is one of the smallest canaries that exist, the body is thin and cylindrical without curls. The plumage is completely smooth and compact the head is small with a large bill relative to the body. The position of this canary is like that of a crescent.
The French cannibals obtained this canary by crossing harzer and malinois with the cardinal of Venezuela. It is a canary similar to the red factor but with a much better song, it was considered a canary of singing and color. This canary disappeared in the 70 because the canarists lost interest in this breed.
Canary columbus fancy
It is the result of the cross between the harzer and canarians moñudos such as the gloster and crested, was bred by American farmers. The length of the fancy columbus is 14 to 15 centimeters. His singing is similar to that of the common canary. It is a canary with a bow that breeds in the United States, Europeans have no interest in this bird.
Spanish Gibsose Canary
The Spanish gibsose was the result of the crossing of sevillian fine canary. This breed is extinct. The length of this bird is 17 centimeters, the neck is long and rotated downwards so the canary is shaped like an angle of 45 to 60º. It is a curly-position bird much like gibber italicus.
Spanish miniature canary
This canary created in Barcelona and was the result of the cross between the wild canary and the Spanish ring. It is a canary of posture because of its small size, having a length of 11 centimeters. The head should be small and hazelnut, separated from the body by a narrow neck. The color of the plumage is usually green or yellow.
It is a Spanish breed that has a position of 60° degrees with respect to the stick, its body is long, thin and slightly cylindrical. The length is 17 centimeters, the legs are long and elbowed, this being the most important feature and that differentiates it from other breeds of canaries.
Milanese curly canary
It is a canary identical to the Parisian curl, having the greatest differences in length and that the Parisian has two colors and the Milanese is only one. This breed originates in Italy, in the municipality of Milan. The length of the Milanese is 18 centimeters and its feathers are of a single color. The colors of this canary are yellow, white, green, orange and red, so it is considered a canary of color and posture.
Rinsed Canary Fiorino
It has its origin in Italy, it was the result of the crossing that took place between the Canary and the curly canary of the north. This is one of the smallest curly canaries, measuring 13 centimeters. Its plumage is lush, soft and has a combination of smooth and curly feathers. On his head he has a fringe.