According to Webster Dictionary: a-ri-a. (ä΄rēַə), noun, 1. an elaborate melody sung by a single voice 2. a striking solo performance [Italian, from Latin ǎera, literally means air]
Who say canaries are just yellow birds?
Did you know that a canary in the wild is actually a green bird, and that yellow is a mutation that was cultivated when canaries were first kept as caged birds?
The breed of American Singer canaries can be found in many colors... yellow, green, blue, dominate white, cinnamon, fawn, and uniquely variegated birds.
Welcome to Aria From A Birdcage
There is no better word than "Aria" to describe the song of an American Singer canary. You'll notice in the definition shown above, taken from Webster's Dictionary, that "aria" means "an elaborate melody sung by a single voice, a striking solo performance". The literal meaning of this Italian word is "air".
The aria sung by an American Singer male freely fills the air with a variety of rolls, trills, and phrases unique to the breed. His song affects the whole atmosphere of the room as he performs his "striking solo performance". You'll look twice, thinking that the cage must contain more birds than just one, as you hear the "elaborate melody" spiraling out of the bird cage. With an American Singer canary, you will enjoy hearing an aria from your bird cage every day.
This website is dedicated to providing information on the American Singer canary and promoting this wonderful bird as a perfect pet.