The white canaries are coming back to London after a 10-year hiatus.
The canaries were released into the wild from the UK in 2006, and since then they have been a favorite with visitors.
LONDON — Canary sightings are on the rise in London after an eight-year absence.
“The canary is back in London.
It’s great,” said London resident Stephanie Dorsett.
They have been sighted at Canary Wharf, the city’s main ferry terminal.
A spokeswoman for the city council said the city is not seeing any sightings this summer.
There are no confirmed sightings this year, according to the spokeswoman.
In 2017, a black canary was spotted on the river Thames.
On Sunday, a white canory was spotted near a London zoo, but it was not immediately clear if it was a new canary.