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Temperature in canaries: weather by month, temperature, precipitation, when to go

Опубликовано: March 11, 2023 в 6:00 pm


Категории: Miscellaneous

Canaries, Saint Lucia – Weather forecast & Hourly Temperature






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  • Hourly weather forecast
  • Canaries, Saint Lucia
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Mostly Clear


  • Wind: 17km/h E
  • Humidity: 87%
  • Precip. probability: 19%
  • Precipitation: 0mm
  • UV index: 0

For the rest of Wednesday, mostly clear weather is expected.
The lowest temperature will be a pleasant 20°C (68°F).
Sunrise was at 06:31 and sunset at 17:53; the daylight lasted for 11h and 22min.

23:26 AST

Partly Cloudy

  • 24°C
  • Feels like: 24°C
  • Wind: 27km/h E
  • Humidity: 86%
  • Dewpoint: 22°C
  • Pressure: 1017. 27mbar
  • Precipitation: 0mm
  • Visibility: 9.66km
  • UV index: 0

At the moment, in Canaries, the sky is relatively clouded.
The temperature is a warm 24°C (75.2°F). The current temperature is a few degrees off the lowest expected temperature.


What is the temperature in Canaries now?

At 23:26, the temperature in Canaries is 24°C (75.2°F).

What is the weather forecast for Canaries for today?

For the rest of Wednesday, mostly clear weather is expected.

When are sunrise and sunset today in Canaries?

On Wednesday, in Canaries, sunrise was at 06:31 and sunset at 17:53 (AST).

How many hours of daylight will Canaries have today?

Today, the daylight lasted for 11h and 22min.

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Sunrise: 06:31

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  • en: Canaries, Saint Lucia
  • es: Canaries, Santa Lucía
  • sr: Canaries, Sv. Lucija
  • zh: Canaries, 圣卢西亚
  • Latitude: 13.904704°
  • Longitude: -61.066787°
  • Elevation: 17 m
  • Current time: 23:26 AST
  • Sunrise: 06:31 AST
  • Sunset: 17:53 AST
  • Timezone: America/St_Lucia

Climate data

Useful resources
  • Canaries @ Wikipedia
Nearby Canaries, Saint Lucia
  • Anse la Verdure (1 km)
  • Mahaut (2 km)
  • Belvedere (2 km)
  • Bouton (2 km)
  • Theodorine (2 km)
  • Mamin (3 km)
  • Palmiste (3 km)
  • Au Tabor (3 km)
  • Anse La Raye (3 km)
  • Diamond (4 km)
  • Malgretoute (5 km)
  • Marigot Bay (5 km)
  • Durandeau (5 km)
  • Saint Phillip (5 km)
  • Dame de Traversay (5 km)
  • Vanard (5 km)
  • Migny (6 km)
  • Soucis (6 km)
  • Fond Doux (6 km)
  • Ferrand (6 km)
  • Bexon (6 km)
  • Belle Plaine (7 km)
  • Ciceron (7 km)
  • Deglos (7 km)
Saint Lucia – most visited locations
  • Gros Islet
  • Castries City
  • Vieux Fort
  • Corinth
  • Grand Anse Beach
  • Marigot Bay
  • Cap Estate
  • Anse La Raye
  • La Retraite
  • Canaries
  • Dennery
  • Dennery
  • Micoud
  • Vigie
  • Choiseul
  • Laborie
  • Au Tabor
  • Praslin
  • Dauphin
  • Black Bay
  • Dame de Traversay
  • Mon Repos
  • Saltibus
  • Durandeau
  • Vanard
  • Deglos
  • Marc Marc
  • Monchy
  • La Tourney
  • Choc
  • Babonneau
  • Belvedere
  • Bexon
  • Charlotte
  • Bisee
  • Ciceron





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Canaries – purchase and maintenance features

Canaries are ideal for home keeping. Birds feel great in captivity, are easily tamed, do not require troublesome care, unlike dogs and cats. They attract with bright plumage, the ability to give offspring.

How to choose the right canary

It is necessary to buy birds only in a specialized store or from breeders who have the necessary documents. Pay attention to:

  • conduct;
  • eyes, plumage, paws;
  • breath.

Healthy birds are highly active and mobile. Eyes should be fully open, slightly shiny. If the canary is inactive, has closed eyelids, shows signs of fatigue, it is better to refuse the purchase.

The plumage must be smooth and uniform. But there are exceptions. Once a year, birds completely change their feathers, starting from the tail, ending with the head. This physiological process is called molting. To avoid problems, it is worth delaying the acquisition. nine0003

Obvious indicators of health problems – shortness of breath, whistling, wheezing, open beak. Sometimes this happens because of the fear caused by the appearance of a stranger. In this case, the bird calms down when the stranger moves away from the cage.

The age of a canary is determined by its paws. In older individuals, the fingers are twisted, growths and small scales appear on the limbs.

Content Features

Canaries require a cage with accessories. It is better to choose a wooden or metal house with rods spaced 1-1.2 cm apart. For one bird, a 33x21x28 cm model is suitable. Several round perches with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 cm should be placed inside. It is important that the accessories did not interfere with the flight. While on the pole, the bird should not touch the walls with its tail. Canaries will also need a closed bathing area, feeders and drinkers. nine0003

The main diet of birds is small grains, or other cereals will need to be crushed. They simply cannot eat oats, buckwheat, and large vegetables, they have a different beak structure, unlike parrots. They need to be fed twice a day at the same time. The diet can be changed, be sure to supplement with vitamins, mineral supplements.

Important! Do not give canaries food from the table, herbs, exotic fruits (avocado, persimmon, mango), coniferous, poplar and bird cherry twigs. nine0003

Containment conditions must be monitored. Every 2-3 weeks you need to perform a general cleaning in the cage. The garbage from the sliding pallet is thrown out as it accumulates. Feeders and drinkers need to be washed regularly. Calcined river sand and crushed eggshells can be poured into the bottom of the cage.

Attention! The bird cage is best placed in a quiet, ventilated area, but not in direct sunlight. The optimum temperature for canaries is from 20 to 26 degrees. The humidity level should be 50%. Drafts should not be allowed. nine0003

Pet Zoo

Widespread among bird lovers, canaries are fully domesticated birds. The wild form, from which domestic canaries are bred, still lives in the forests on the island of Madeira, in the Azores and Canary Islands. The ancestors of canaries did not have bright plumage, but they attracted with beautiful and sonorous singing. Canaries got their name from the Canary Islands, from which they were taken out in the 15th century by the Spaniards and quickly spread through Western Europe, and from there they came to Asia and America. The natural color of the canary is green, but in captivity a new variety was obtained, painted yellow, and later, with artificial breeding, many other varieties were obtained that differ in shape, plumage color and singing. nine0003

Canaries very easily get used to life in captivity and to humans, they lend themselves well to training, reproduce freely in cages, but require increased attention. They are very sensitive to air pollution and do not tolerate drafts.

Singing males are kept singly in small cages 40x25x20 cm in size, and females and young birds are kept in flying cages ranging in size from 80x40x30 cm to 100x50x50 cm. The cages should have perches made of even twigs of such thickness that the bird’s paws do not completely wrap around them. In a cage for one canary, 1 perch is enough, in a flying cage, several are needed. Place the perches in such a way that they do not interfere with the birds’ flight. A drinking bowl and a feeder are placed at different ends of the cage, and the bath is attached outside. The bottom of the cage is covered with a thin layer of sand or covered with paper. The cages must be kept clean, the room where the canaries are ventilated daily, covering the cage with a piece of dense cloth during ventilation to protect against drafts. Canaries are not afraid of a uniform decrease in air temperature and can be in rooms with temperatures from 0 to O C to 30 O C. But smoking is not allowed in this room, and carbon monoxide even in very low concentrations leads to death of canaries.

In nature, canaries feed on the seeds of various plants. In cages, canaries are fed with a grain mixture, egg feed, herbs, vegetables and fruits. The grain mixture consists of rapeseed, oatmeal, canary seed and millet in approximately equal proportions, to which crushed sunflower seeds, linseed and lettuce seeds, and seeds of meadow and weeds are added. Egg food is given 2-3 times a week (and daily during the period of feeding chicks). They do it like this: a hard-boiled egg is rubbed through a fine grater and mixed with crushed breadcrumbs until a loose mass is formed. You can add a little of any infant formula, 20 drops of fish oil, a little juice or grated carrots. This food, as well as slices of fruits and vegetables, should only be given fresh. In summer, canaries are also given greens – parsley, wood lice, dandelion, lettuce, nettle – in finely chopped form.