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Meet Barry the Canary, a bird who has won the internet with his Bowl Feather cut

Meet Barry the Canary, a bird who has won the internet with his Bowl Feather cut

This adorable Gloster canary has a groovy head of features that looks like a perfectly done bowl cut.

The canaries are a very common pet when it comes to bird lovers. Most of these are caught from the wild and then bred at sanctuaries. However, that is not the case with Gloster canaries. They did originate from the Canary Islands but are not seen in the wild.

 



 

 

Gloster Canaries are a result of decades-long selective breeding. There are two varieties of Gloster canaries: Consorts (smooth heads) and Coronas (crested heads). These birds are known to be avid and talented singers, which has made them very popular among bird lovers.

 



 

 

Barry, the Corona Gloster Canary, has been receiving immense fame due to his Beatles-like bowl haircut. If you remember the Beatles during their heydays, you’d undoubtedly find an uncanny resemblance between their signature haircut and that of this adorable Gloster canary.

 



 

 

Introducing himself on his Instagram page, Barry says, “  “I’m the birb with the fringe!”

 



 

 

The bowl cut gives him such a cool dude attitude.

 



 

 

The little birdy has been on Instagram since 2019 but recently gained fame due to a sweet rainbow photoshoot he posed for. Currently, he has 3500 followers, but this will increase after the immense fame directed towards him.

 



 

 

Talking about him, Barry’s owner told Bored Panda, 

“On the 26th of July we went to a pet shop to look for the perfect bird. We came back on the 27th and thought he was the one! We believe he is one and a half years old, but we have no proof (Glosters can live 7 - 12 years). Barry absolutely adores going out in his bird carrier. We will walk around parks and fields, and he will tweet and hop with excitement.”

 



 

 

He added, 

“I never expected to exceed 1k followers, but we love and appreciate every single one of Barry’s followers!”

For more pictures you can follow Barry on Instagram.

Article Source: Diply

Images Source: Instagram 

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