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Canaries by Shape and Posture

Gibber Italicus Canary

Gibber Italicus Canary

The Gibber Italicus is a canary in shape and position of 14/15 cymetometers recognized since 1951. It has a "7" position, with a small oval head, supported by a long and slender neck that is inserted at right angles to the body. The long wings are kept close to the body; the tail, narrow, is perpendicular to the roost. The legs are held spasmodically stretched. The plumage is very scarce.

Feeding: classic of domestic Canaries, they feed essentially on small seeds. Their diet is also supplemented with other plant-based material such as berries, fruit, vegetables and vegetables, while breeding pairs are given egg or insect larvae
available birds
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