In Israel, where there are nearly 400 canary species and thousands of them in the wild, the tradition of canary dress is something of a taboo.
There are strict regulations that prevent canary children from wearing canary-related items and even from using the word canary in their names.
But canary dresses and canary hats are worn by people in Israel.
One canary, named Atef, wears a black canary mask and white fur coat.
His face is covered with a red scarf, and he speaks in a low, almost whispery voice, to show that he doesn’t fear people.
Atef and his wife, Meir, are the owners of Canary Farm in the Golan Heights.
They have been canary farmers for more than two decades.
“The whole idea is to bring back our heritage,” said Ateff.
“There are many things that are beautiful and beautiful in Israel and in the world, but canary’s are special.”
The canary is a member of the canary family, the family of which is a branch of the Apoda, or olive family, that includes olive trees and olive trees that grow wild in the arid desert.
The canary lives for 100 years in the desert and then it canary goes into hibernation.
“When they hibernate, they hibertate for a few years.
And then they come back,” said Avi Shavit, who heads the Canary Festival, an annual event that takes place every spring and summer in Tel Aviv.
“But for many years, people have been afraid to see us because we don’t want people to know what canary look like.”
Canary costumes are also a source of embarrassment for Israelis, especially those who live in the cities.
“Canary are seen as exotic animals and people who live outside the city are embarrassed by the canaries’ appearance,” said Shavits.
Shavits is the founder of the Canaries of the Desert project.
He started his project to educate the public about the significance of the animals.
“In Israel, they don’t have the same concept of a canary as the canarian of the desert,” said Dr. Zvi Erez, director of the Hebrew University’s Department of Zoology.
“The people who look at them are not interested in the actual animals, but in the symbolism of them.”
In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel said it is “deeply saddened” by the recent death of Ateef, whose death has been announced as a “senior public health and safety concern.”
The ministry said it was making every effort to find a new identity for Ateaf and his family.
“We will do everything possible to help the family through the difficult period,” the ministry said.
The ministry added that it would be up to the family to decide how to proceed.
The Israel Museum said it would also be “saddened” to hear of the death of the animal.
The Canaries Festival runs from May 6 to May 10, and will take place at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.