Canary

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Canary originally referred to the island of Gran Canaria on the west coast of Africa, and the group of surrounding islands (the Canary Islands). It may also refer to:

Animals[edit]

Birds[edit]

  • Canaries, birds in the genera Serinus and Crithagra including, among others:
    • Atlantic canary (Serinus canaria), a small wild bird
      • Domestic canary, Serinus canaria domestica, a small pet or aviary bird, also responsible for the "canary yellow" color term
    • Yellow canary (Serinus flaviventris), a small bird

Fish[edit]

  • Canary damsel (Similiparma lurida), fish of the family Pomacentridae, found in the eastern Atlantic Ocean
  • Canary moray (Gymnothorax bacalladoi), an eel of the family Muraenidae
  • Canary rockfish (Sebastes pinniger), of the family Sebastidae, found in the northeast Pacific Ocean

People[edit]

Given name[edit]

  • Canary Burton (born 1942), American keyboardist, composer and writer
  • Canary Conn (born 1949), American entertainer and author

Surname[edit]

  • Bill Canary (fl. 1994), Republican campaign consultant in Alabama, Georgia, U.S.
  • Richard Canary (born in 1962), American mathematician at the University of Michigan
  • David Canary (1938–2015), American actor

Other people[edit]

  • El Canario or José Alberto (born 1958), Dominican salsa singer

Places[edit]

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