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Housing Canaries

Will two or more canaries get along? Find out before the feathers start flying.

By Robirda McDonald

A lone canary awaits his new playmate It seems most of us are fairly predictable when it comes to keeping a pet canary; we get one and are soon thinking of getting another. “Just one, to keep him company,” we say, wanting the best for this tiny enchanting creature that has generally managed to wriggle his little feathered way into our affections much faster than we’d expected. By then, the next question seems almost inevitable: “Can canaries share cages?”

**For the full article, pick up the 2010 issue of Birds USA or click here to buy the issue.**



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