Finch Society

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Bird, Bird Livestock

Weight: 0.0 kg

The society finch (North America) or Bengalese finch (elsewhere), Lonchura striata var. domestica is a popular cage bird which is not found in the wild. The origins are unclear but the bird most likely originated in avicultural practice from Japan or possibly China rather than in Bengal in India.

These finches are well adapted to captivity and the company of humans. They breed well and are good foster parents for other finch-like birds.

While two males may not get along without other company, it has been found the best “pairing” for fostering is to use two males; this works better than either two females or a male and female pairing. Two males will usually accept eggs or even partly grown young without any hesitation.

These little finches are transferred to stores on a daily basis and due to the fast turnonver of these pets, it is difficult to provide the exact date of birth.

The babies are mostly in between 2-4 months of Age.

The baby birds can look very different from their parents. Even the brightest songbirds often have drab, dull offsprings, and many baby birds have spotted or streaked plumage as camouflage protect them from predators until they learn to fly and be more independent.

The babies do not show exact color when they are young and being a baby it is difficult to determine the gender. The color and gender is not guaranteed.

These birds live in flocks and roam in the wild togther. It is recommended to keep them in a minimum of pair as the baby birds get stressed out easily and do not make in the new environment easily.

Please note, Livestock can naturally differ from each other as they are not always identical. These birds are now available in a variety of different colors. They may also differ from the images shown online. Customers may however, specify any of the requirements / likes / dislikes, if they have any. Availability of any specific color is not guaranteed. But we shall try to match as close as possible.

Livestock in store is health guaranteed. However, we cannot provide any life warranty after these pets are put and kept in any of our uncontrolled environment. It is important to provide a proper habitat by following some suggested tips. More information can also be obtained from specialized animal care staff at the time of purchase.

Highly Pedigreed

Bred in Free Flight Aviary

Raised only on Hari Approved Products

Kept in UVA, UVB and Infrared Nocturnal Lighting.


Care Guide and Recommendations


  • A Roomy Cage (WIdth; a minimum of double time and a half of the size of bird, when they stretch thier wings. (i.e. 18″ x 18″)
  • Bedding (Fresh ‘n’ Comfy Recycled Paper Bedding, Corn cob or Paper towel with grate )
  • Food Bowl (Usually included in Cages)
  • Water Bowl (Usually included in Cages)
  • Hideout (Tent / hammock) makes them feel protected.
  • Toys (They love to chew and play, therefore, providing a few toys helps in catering to a healthy lifestyle for the pet!)

Diet Plan

  • At present eating a mixture of Finch gourmet seed and small pallets.
  • Pellets No colorful, sugary stuff (Preferable: Tropican Pellets; designed to create a mess free environment)
  • Prime vitamin (Prime is a full-spectrum vitamin, mineral, amino acid supplement for birds. It is the only bird food supplement specifically formulated for seed, vegetable and fruit-based diets.)
  • Mineral / Salt Block
  • Cuttlefish bone.
  • Spinach, Romain Lettuce, Kale, Berries, grapes etc. 
  • Treats 


UVB enables birds to produce vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” which is essential for calcium metabolism and immune function. UVC is normally filtered out by the earth's ozone layer and does not exist on the planet naturally.

UVB plays a very important role. It allows your bird to synthesise Vitamin D3 in their skin or through a special process involving the preening gland. Parrots need Vitamin D3 to metabolise calcium which they use to produce eggs, build and maintain strong bones and maintain normal growth.

Keeping your bird under right amount of UVB needs some consultation with a Certified Professional.

Despite other benefits from UVB, it helps processing the calcuim in captivity and help improving the birds vision.