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Hi all only second time on, say hi to sonny bill, a friend for my charlie brown. I have been told he is a he can you confirm this for me please also what kind of budgie he is. He is very young & shy. Thankyou.

 

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Well being only a pet owner of one budgie I cant offer any answers to your questions but I'm sure someone will.

But I can say that Sonny Bill is a little cutie pie :P :rofl:

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Yep, male.

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Congrats on your new addition to the family.

Very cute :D

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Hi Judydun, pics are a bit small to see him clearly. Are both pictures of the same bird? larger picture it looks male but can't tell about his genetics. :D

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Looks df spangle.

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First photo looks like he has yellow on his head... on my computer anyway.

Could be a Yellow Face Double Factor Spangle

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i say it has YF yellow face

 

but what is dark factor spangle?????

 

an d what a cutie!!! :D it does look like a babay

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Congrats! :D

 

They look very cute! Hope you have great memories with them! :D

 

Above their beak if it's a boy it will be blue . If it's a girl it will be pink above it's beak. :D

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Congrats! :blush:

 

They look very cute! Hope you have great memories with them! :D

 

Above their beak if it's a boy it will be blue . If it's a girl it will be pink above it's beak. :D

Wrong- boys are pink when young and females are blue with a white overcast. As adults males are a solid blue or pink and females are brown or blue with the white overcast when not in breeding condition. :huh:

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hi and welcome :blush:

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Hi all again, firstly must fix up spelling miss hap, Sonny Bill is Sunny Bill, sorry. Here is some more pics, hope better ones for you to confirm Male as I was told and what kind? He is really young & still very shy. Thanks.

 

 

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He is a HE :P and is yellowface...........what colour eyes does he have ?

If red he would be a yellowface white albino....also known as a creamino.

If eyes are black he would be a yellowface double factor white spangle

 

 

Pictures on here are allowed to be 640 by 480 :nest:

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He is a HE :D and is yellowface...........what colour eyes does he have ?

If red he would be a yellowface white albino....also known as a creamino.

If eyes are black he would be a yellowface double factor white spangle

 

What is a double factor spangle ?????????????????

 

i keep on hearing theis term but do not understand!

 

is it in any way related to a normal spangle (as in the reversed wing markings type) ????

 

and if it is a df white spangle can you get a df yellow spangle??

 

 

PS: JUDYDUN your bird is adorable!!! :lol: love the colour

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He is a HE :D and is yellowface...........what colour eyes does he have ?

If red he would be a yellowface white albino....also known as a creamino.

If eyes are black he would be a yellowface double factor white spangle

 

What is a double factor spangle ?????????????????

 

i keep on hearing theis term but do not understand!

 

is it in any way related to a normal spangle (as in the reversed wing markings type) ????

 

and if it is a df white spangle can you get a df yellow spangle??

 

 

PS: JUDYDUN your bird is adorable!!! :lol: love the colour

Somebody please correct me. A DF spangle is an all white or all yellow bird, black eyes with iris ring. You can breed a DF spangle from 2x SF spangles.

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A df spangle is a double factor spangle. A normal spangle is a single factor. The df gene in spangles as I understand reverses the markings. A df spangle can be bred from two sf spangles, a df and an sf and two df's. Hopefully someone else can put some light on the subject.

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Somebody please correct me. A DF spangle is an all white or all yellow bird, black eyes with iris ring. You can breed a DF spangle from 2x SF spangles.
Correct :)
Congrats! :lol: They look very cute! Hope you have great memories with them! :D Above their beak if it's a boy it will be blue . If it's a girl it will be pink above it's beak. :D
Wrong- boys are pink when young and females are blue with a white overcast. As adults males are a solid blue or pink and females are brown or blue with the white overcast when not in breeding condition. :huh:
Not quite............when young the blue with white generally doesnt appear till later at around 3-4 months. When young a females cere is mostly white

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When young I meant just young, not a specific age group.

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When young I meant just young, not a specific age group.

I know you did sweetie......it just needed a little clarification for those that dont know these things :lol:

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:lol: okay.

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