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arranging for some stock to come down from Scotland, which has enabled breeders down here in the South to build up a number of birds. The Scotch Fancy as its name suggests


THE SCOTCH FANCY CANARY


Shape: body long and tapering and curved in the form of a half circle, convex above, concaved below, with a clean outline feather being close, short and tight.


Head and Neck: Small, neat, snaky head, long, tapering neck


Shoulders and Back: High, narrow, rounded shoulders, well filled in. Long, narrow, well filled back, curving from the shoulder to the tail.


Tail: Long, narrow, closely folded and well curved under the perch,


Style, Nerve and Travelling: Well raised up, forming a high circle, Bold, Free and jaunty carriage with plenty of lift and action.


Size: Approximately 63/4 inches 17cm


Quality and Condition: clean, healthy, perfect condition.


TOTAL The classification is limited at most


shows due to the limited number of birds being exhibited, but this is beginning to


26 BIRD SCENE


was created in Scotland. The Old Variety Canary Association set


the following standard for the Scotch Fancy in 1971 after discussion with Breeders of the bred.


POINTS


20 10 20 5 25 10 10 100


change as there are now many shows where large numbers are being benched which is very pleasing to see.


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