Canaries: How to Keep Them, Feeding Them Correctly, Understanding Their Behavior
Family Pet books are filled with color photos and attractive sidebar features, and are written especially for animal lovers -- both children and adults -- who have little or no experience in caring for pets. This volume describes the different varieties of canary and gives advice on feeding, caging, ways to encourage singing, and general health care. Brief Children's Corner features present information and advice of special interest to kids.
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The History of Canaries
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