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Babies From 2014

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Hi all,

 

These are some of the babies that I have just recently bred

 

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I have sold most of the babies that i bred this season, got a fair few spangles this season which was a nice surprise.

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Great colors and range. Very sweet. Do you bother keeping records with so many( upto 30+) colony breeding.? Did the yellow face in the 3rd photo have red eyes? If so what to believe it's mutation to be?

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Great colors and range. Very sweet. Do you bother keeping records with so many( upto 30+) colony breeding.? Did the yellow face in the 3rd photo have red eyes? If so what to believe it's mutation to be?

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Did you mean this budgie? if so, he is a normal grey wing.

 

I keep records of my birds, I know multiple males may belong to a nest but I can pretty much tell which babies are from which pairs and I know a bit about each of my pairs history.

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Which pair of yours have produced the most beautiful babies in your opinion?

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I would say either this pair:

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A double factor violet spangle male and an albino lace wing hen, I believe she is masking dom pied. They've only had 2 babies, which are still in the box, one is a violet dom pied spangle and the second is a violet spangle.

 

Or this pair:

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I only bought these birds this year from different breeders.

opaline sky blue spangle (possibly cinnamon) female and a yellow face violet male. They've produced 11 babies, opaline spangles, yellow face opaline spangles(first picture), yellow face violet opaline spangles and opalines.

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I had a similar pair to the second picture.

 

I still have the cock bird, Aslan, but the hen, Narnia, died on Halloween last year. Narnia was a gorgeous dilute violet cinnamon opaline.

 

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Love them, I want them all. Looks like you had a good year. sad to say I didnt. I think I got 4 babies. Hopefully this year is better.

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