This adorable Gloster canary has a groovy head of hair that looks like a perfectly done bowl cut. This is Berry.
Barry has an Instagram and has more than 3,000 followers. On his bio, he says: “I’m the birb with the fringe!”
Gloster Canaries are originated from the Canary Islands, but they are not seen in the wild. They are the result of long-decades selective breeding. There are two varieties of Gloster canaries: Consorts (smooth heads) and Coronas (crested heads, like Barry).
These cute “Beatles haircuts” birds are not as social with humans as, for example, parrots, and don’t desire much human interaction. Also, the Glosters are known to be talented singers and avid, which, along with their full crest, has caused them to become very popular among bird lovers.