Family estrildidae or vukovije weaverbirds belongs to the passerine. Birds of this family are small or medium size with a long calf not more than 17 cm and not weighing more than 25 grams. These birds are widely distributed in Southeast Asia, southern China, India, Africa, Australia, some Islands of the Malay archipelago and Oceania. At the end of the last century they have also been accidentally or artificially introduced into Europe – particularly in Italy. Birds have mastered the mountains, forests, savannas, steppes and even semi-deserts.
Many birds of estrildid family are highly valued as a room for their beautiful color, unique voice and unique character. Finches are the most common in our country partly because of its simplicity and the simple mechanism of reproduction in captivity.
The most popular are Japanese and finches. Species that have received less common: diamond, bronze, krasnogorye, herbal, parrot finches. Look at some of them closer.
Zebra finches inhabit the trees and shrubs close to the water, create a strong pair, reaching maturity at 3 or 5 months and growing from 3 to 6 Chicks a few times a year. Continue reading