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Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

  • Submit your site using your main url.
  • Use your site''s actual title.
  • Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content).
  • Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).
  • Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!) Marketing verbiage is removed.
  • All sites are reviewed periodically.
This category lists sites which contain canary related chatrooms, have information on channels on IRC, or have forums which discuss pet birds.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

  • Submit your site using your main url.
  • Use your site''s actual title.
  • Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content).
  • Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).
  • Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!) Marketing verbiage is removed.
  • All sites are reviewed periodically.
This category lists sites which contain clubs and organizations dealing with canaries.
Please submit only sites for and about Colorbred canaries, their management, breeding, showing, etc. Sites that are from countries OTHER THAN U.S., Canada or England: Please submit them to the World category.
Colorbred Canaries include: Lipochrome and Melanin in Yellow Ground, White Ground and Red Factor; Dimorphics, more.
Please submit only sites for and about Song Breed canaries, their management, breeding, showing, etc.

Any English language song canary sites that are not in North America or the UK: Please submit them to the World category.

Song canaries have been bred and are judged in bird shows primarily for their song.
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