Make sure the canaries are pairs, a single male can cause problems, I had 2 males together and one tried to kill the other. For this cage I would do 3 pairs, but no more, they need room to move around. Males like to sing, they all should sing, one may be more dominant. You could try a pair of canaries and some finches. Ive seen that done and it worked ok. Have the birds in separate cages a few days before moving into the aviary and put them all in the same day to avoid cage dominance, like having bullies, they are in a new cage and starting new together. Good luck.
answered 2 years ago
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I would NOT house finches and canaries together, not compatible. You should go online and look into all this info just be very specific in your queries. You need to know what you are doing if you are to become a breeder. Usually all male canaries sing if they have the right food and environment. Canaries require some flight time or they won't live very long. Anyhow...good luck. I would not want more than perhaps 10 canaries or finches in this cage...but this is just me. I have two parakeets living in this cage & they are very, very happy.
answered 3 years ago
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