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The Cape canary (Serinus canicollis) is a non-migratory bird of Southern Africa. These little birds are monogamous and prefer a solitary lifestyle as opposed to large colonies. The nest is almost entirely built by the female in about 2-3 weeks. The rim of the nest is always made of rootlets and is used by the chicks to deposit feces, a behavior unique to canaries. The female will lay 1-5 eggs and be the sole incubator, while the male feeds her at the nest. After they hatch, the male will feed all of them, including the female for the first few days. The female will stay with the nestlings another two to three weeks to protect them until they are able to leave the nest to feed. Despite their independence, they will remain reliant on their parents for some time after. Species Status: Least Concern