Wild canaries are everywhere in Mumbai.
They are in every street corner, perched on the rooftops, hanging out at the water fountains and in the bushes.
In the city, they are also being fed and housed.
But the birds are also in danger.
Last month, a wild canary was shot and killed in Kolkata after it was found in a residential area.
In February, a canary died in a hospital in Kalyan.
The situation has worsened.
According to an official at the Bombay Wildlife Rehabilitation Trust, wild canaries have become endangered due to deforestation and pollution.
“We don’t know what causes the decline in the population,” said the trust’s secretary-general Ramesh Kumar.
“But it is obvious that the decline is due to climate change, habitat loss, overgrazing and illegal trapping of wild canarians.”
This is the biggest threat to wild canarian populations in the world,” Kumar added.
Wild canaries, which can grow to about 15 feet long, are among the most charismatic and intelligent birds in the wild.
They have large eyes, big fluffy beaks and a distinctive feather-like crest.
They live in the northern part of India and can be found in different parts of the country.
The birds are native to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Nepal and India.
They are a keystone species of the Canary family.
Wild Canary Facts The wild canario is a member of the family Canidae, which includes ducks, geese and waterfowl.
Wild birds have been domesticated since the dawn of man.
But wild canaria are still endangered.
The wild canarias range in size from 2 to 12 feet long.
They feed mainly on birds such as chickens, ducks, swans, geoducks and turkeys.
They also feed on mammals and small animals such as insects, rodents and reptiles.
The canariases have large feathers which they use to attract mates and attract them to their nests.
They can live up to 12 years and can produce up to 400 eggs per year.
Wild wild canaris are considered the world’s most beautiful birds, but they can be endangered.