The Canary in the wild, as expected, comes from the Canary Islands, but the bird was named after the islands (and the islands after dogs -- Latin
canis). It is a type of Serin (a Finch).
Also called Atlantic, Island and Common Canary, it is also present on Madeira. The male Canary can be quite yellow in his breeding plumage but much less so than the Domestic Canary.
Female wild Canaries are wholly brown with sparrow-like backs, streaked fronts and brown heads.
Usual male plumage is a mixture of brown, olive and yellow. This chap has eyebrows.
As with Domestic Canaries, they like their baths (here using waterlily leaves)
and drink a lot.
Collecting duck down for nesting (or impersonating Santa Claus)