American Singers Club, Inc.
South East American Singers
Lone Star State Canary Club
National Colorbred Association
Master Breeder Award
Old Variety Canary Association
no better word than
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
hearing an aria from your bird cage every day.
Singer is a song canary, bred for the quality of their
song. Few other breeds can even hold a candle to the
American Singer as far as making the perfect pet canary.
They are not just another pretty bird sitting in a cage to look
Canaries are not
squawkers or talkers like parrots, nor are they peepers like
finches. Canaries are SINGERS, born and bred...
and no batteries are required!!
As long as you provide for his
basic needs of food, water, and a
safe environment, he will reward you with hours of merry singing
and cheerful company.
This site is devoted to
providing information on the
American Singer canary to the pet owner, and those who
are thinking about expanding their hobby and actually having a "birdroom".
The content is
based on my own experience in this fancy and valuable advice I've
received from other bird lovers I have met along the way. I hope to encourage
folks like you to enjoy this wonderful breed of bird.
Here is a Quick Pick Guide
to some useful tables, instructions and forms available on this site.