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Hehehe, that pair looks familiar . . .

 

Introducing a newly bonded pair, Lavendar (Male - Rec. Pied) and Jerri (Female - Sky Cinnamon)

 

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I have also caught them in a photo, 'doing the deed', but Lavendar seemed unphased by the camera and

 

kept going! Decided not to put the picture on the forum though, but if you scout around my photobucket

 

album you'll find it . . .

Edited by Kylie Chappell

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JULY07005.jpg

 

Hehehe, that pair looks familiar . . .

 

Introducing a newly bonded pair, Lavendar (Male - Rec. Pied) and Jerri (Female - Sky Cinnamon)

 

02092007137.jpg29072007243-001.jpg

 

I have also caught them in a photo, 'doing the deed', but Lavendar seemed unphased by the camera and

 

kept going! Decided not to put the picture on the forum though, but if you scout around my photobucket

 

album you'll find it . . .

:D Kylie...we seems to have twin pairs :D ..........amazing !!

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Here are the five blue series babies. Some have the split recessive pied spot on the back of their heads. Although the photos dont show it well. ...4 appear violets ( or 3 violet and one mauve ) and one appears skyviolet.

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Cute babies!! :D Thanks for the pics Kaz. :D

 

And those twin pairs, WOW!! It's like looking at the same pair.

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the babies are so gorgeous and they look very healthy too :D

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I think the 2 eggs that were layed in the pot should be called Bill and Ben "the flower pot men" Does anyone remember that show? ..:(Laughing out loud): Cute bubs ..:)

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The parents of these babies are going for round two. They are sitting on 7 eggs :)

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Here are the five blue series babies. Some have the split recessive pied spot on the back of their heads. Although the photos dont show it well. ...4 appear violets ( or 3 violet and one mauve ) and one appears skyviolet.

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Awe how cool are they....Kazza

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Awww beautiful unplanned babies Kaz.Love their colours.

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Oh They are absolutely georgous. I just love those colours

Congrats KAz,

 

Cindy

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Round two of breeding for this pair

Four fertile eggs. We have two visual violet normals, and two youngest are cinnamons...one seems to be a cinnamon violet or mauve and the other a cinnmon blue....time will show their colours better within a few days :D

 

 

 

So, for cinnamon to appear in this nest, it means the Dad is split cinnamon...YES ?

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Sorry Kaz can't help you with the genetics.Wow can't way to see photos!!!!! hint hint nudge nudge wink wink

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Photos tomorrow. Two visual violet normals. The two cinnamon chicks are a cinnamon cobalt and a cinnamon violet. Very pretty. All babies hens again :(

 

 

PS these chicks may be for sale in a few weeks if anyone nearby is after violets :budgiedance:

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Round two of breeding for this pair

Four fertile eggs. We have two visual violet normals, and two youngest are cinnamons...one seems to be a cinnamon violet or mauve and the other a cinnmon blue....time will show their colours better within a few days :D

 

 

 

So, for cinnamon to appear in this nest, it means the Dad is split cinnamon...YES ?

 

Yes that's right Kaz...but Mum is also Cinnamon isn't she so there is the chance that they can be of both sexes.

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Thats right Norm...the mum is cinnamon. But all the chicks look like females this time too.

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Thats right Norm...the mum is cinnamon. But all the chicks look like females this time too.

 

Yes Kaz, I noticed that you mentioned that before.

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Thats right Norm...the mum is cinnamon. But all the chicks look like females this time too.

 

Yes Kaz, I noticed that you mentioned that before.

I seem to be getting a lot of hens these days. When I breed in colder weather I get all boys

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Please please please post me a cinnamon violet!! I promise to wait at the letter box! :D

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Please please please post me a cinnamon violet!! I promise to wait at the letter box! :P

:D

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Here is the cinnamon violet chick

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and the cinnamon blue chick

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there is also 2 visual violet normal chicks in the nest :P

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Awwww cute little fluff bums!!!!!!!I love the violet coming through,absolutely beautiful colour!

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One of the violet normals fledged today :fear

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Both violet normals are out of the nest and seem to be a boy and a girl ( so not all hens like first thought ) One of our forum members has asked for them to come and live at her house when they are ready.

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the cinnamon blue

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Hi Kaz,

 

Looking good, but all your birds do. I love the wing pattern definition on the violet normal closest in the first picture. Just beautiful.

 

 

Feathers.

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