The Canary is a large white bird found in northern parts of the UK.
It can be found on both land and sea.
It is also found in Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland.
Its main habitat is the UK, but it is also sometimes found in areas such as France, Germany and the United States.
A canary’s main source of food is its coffee bean, which is also used as a medicine.
However, it can also be found as a source of eggs.
Canary’s eggs are an important source of protein.
Canary’s babies are born when the birds mate.
They are able to survive for more than a year before they are able at first to leave the nest.
A small colony of white canaries is located in central England, and canaries have been recorded in all parts of Britain for many years.
There are about 100,000 white canarian birds in Britain, which means that there are more than 30,000 in the UK at any one time.