Canaries are cereal eating birds of the family passerine. Originating from the islands of Canary, Madina and aisuliz on the northwest coast of Africa, it is a caged ornamental bird with excellent feather color and singing. Wild canaries mainly eat plant seeds and insects in summer. Canary has been gradually domesticated into an elegant family ornamental bird.
Canary refers to a man or woman who is attached to another person in money and lives a good life, but is bound by it. Canary originally refers to an ornamental bird, which is regarded as the most noble species of caged birds.