Jump to content


Site Members
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Previous Fields

  • Referral
  • Country
  • City/Town

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Breeder
  • Show Breeder
  • My Club
  • Budgies Kept

trefto's Achievements


Enthusiast (6/14)

  • First Post
  • Collaborator
  • Conversation Starter
  • Week One Done
  • One Month Later

Recent Badges



  1. I believe that when you join a budgie club to show your birds. You are only entitled to show those birds that you have actually bred yourself and have your own personal ring id on them. A show breeder will tell you for sure, but this is what I have read before.
  2. Hello Grali, I may have some contacts for them around the new year, when they start to cull the birds they don't want to keep. I did pick up a few start of this year but did also want a few more. keep checking here or pm me your email add where I can contact you Cheers, Trev
  3. Hi check this link below,. and do some google research. you'll find the information you need. http://articles.sun-...r-game-officers or contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, at the link below, they will set you straight, Cheers, Trev https://public.myfwc.com/CrossDOI/LPIS/LicenseDetails.aspx
  4. He's a nice looking bird, very showy, good luck with him.
  5. If this was a true TCB, then its flight feathers wouldn't be black, but they would be grizzled grey, much lighter color. This is a truelly unusual color variety, perhaps even something new, my opine.
  6. I stand corrected, from your pairing you would get lacewings and texas clearbodies
  7. Yeah, a cinnamon texas clearbody, looks right to me. And from that pairing you will likely only get Texas Clearbody chicks, as TCB is dominant to ino, and lacewing act the same as the ino gene.
  8. I'm leaning toward it being a boy, His type is a "Yellow face blue Opaline Spangle Dominant Pied" bit of a mix, not sure what yellow face type or what color blue, perhaps sky blue and possibly yf type 2
  9. Hello Mel, have sent you a personal message, have a few babies at the moment, still in the nest, some specific to what your looking for, and I live in the same suberb, contact me and we can go from there. Cheers, Trevor
  10. I think its either a boy or a girl, sorry but just a little hard to determine
  11. Hello Mysixbabies, Do you know what type your Sandy bird is? She looks a lot like one of mine, and he is an Opaline Spangle Texas Clearbody, so i'd has at a guess, say thats possibly what Sandy is also. Cheers, Trev
  • Create New...