National Geographic : 1938 Dec
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE U auonal 'eougrapnic iuclety FANCIES CRANE THEIR NECKS AS IF SUSPICIOUS OF ODD RELATIVES BELOW Gripping the upper perch, in positions assumed in display, are the BELGIAN FANCY (left), with head and neck extended at a sharp angle from the body, and the SCOTCH FANCY, with a smoothly arched exhibition posture. A " mop" of large, flat feathers adorns the crown of the CRESTED CANARY (lower left). Unusually long, wavy, and recurved plumage gives the FRILLED CANARY (lower right) the appearance of having been stroked the wrong way. Dandy of the English canaries, the YORKSHIRE (right center) should be slim, long, and straight as a soldier.