I got a Spainish Timbrado over a year ago... I was shown he was male and he sang. However when all my canary went into molt he stopped singing. Which I thought was normal. Then breeding season came and my males started to get agressive with each other. So I separated them into pairs. However I did not have a female for the timbrado. So I finally got one and my male stopped singing. So I thought well maybe he is a she. The 2 timbrado get along fine in one cage. So I deceide to rearange my breeding cages. Well my male red factor got very aggressive towards one of my timbrados, even though they was seprated. So I figured he is a he...But my timbrados will not breed. My female has built a nest, and is giving all the signs for breeding. However my males goes and sits in the nest.
So I think my male is Homosexual, and does not realize he is a he. Is this possiable ? Is there a way of correcting this behavior?
Thanks for letting e post. Please help if you can.Thanks