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"I live in the south of Washington State (Vancouver, WA).There are yellow canaries in my back yard! I have heard that someone let some go years back and they have proliferated. I love watching them fly to & from my waterfall. I saw one this morning that looked like he had dipped his head in something orange! Never saw this before. Could it be that he had one yellow and one Red Factor Canary parent...or is it more likely that he has been eating a diet that is changing his coloring? I also wanted to ask, do you think that there is any truth to the idea that a person should NOT use teflon-coated pots & pans if they have pet birds in their house? I have heard that the toxins that are put off by heating teflon can kill birds. Thank You : )"

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