Training Finches

Finches are delicate little birds that come in a variety of beautiful colours and patterns, with perhaps the Zebra finch being the most common. For Training Finches, they need to be surrounded by their own kind and should at least be kept in pairs.

Their care is undemanding and they will make friendly, cheeky, merry little companions. Particularly for those who are seeking a less “interactive” bird, such as older individuals or those who have less time, they can be the ideal pet, tending to amuse themselves.

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