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this is my new flock i have now i had abut a year brake because i had a very naughty puppy that dug into my aviary and let the birds out :(

 

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can u please tell me what sex this one is ?

 

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if u could tell the the mutations i would be very thankful :)

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Okay, I'm not very good at telling mutations, but you haven't gotten a response in 12 hours, so I'll take a stab at it anyway. Then when the experts corect me, we can see if I'm getting any better at this. :P

 

 

this is my new flock i have now i had abut a year brake because i had a very naughty puppy that dug into my aviary and let the birds out :(

 

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can u please tell me what sex this one is ? Above, left, assuming it's the same yellow bird as all the previous photos, I would guess male, and if he were a lutino or a Dark Eyed Clear, his cere would be pink, so since it's blue, I'm guessing he's a double factor Spangle. On the right, light green normal hen. (But in later photos, if it's the same bird, she looks like she might be cinnamon. If so, maybe she's actually a dark green- I'm not so great with the shades of green, sorry.)

 

 

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Below left, Golden face sky blue spangle. Are his markings black or brown? And on right, yellowface mutant I normal grey.

 

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Below, are those the same three that I wrote above?

 

 

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Below, same yf1 grey on left? Something light green on right, but can't see enough of it to tell. :)

 

 

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Below, on left, another yf1, cobalt this time, I think. That large pied spot on his or her head looks too big to be a recessive pied spot, so maybe this one is a dominant pied or a clearflight pied. But I can't see any clear patches or clear flight feathers, so I can't tell. Maybe it's a normal split to recessive pied, after all.

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Below right, I think the same hen as before? And on the left, That's not the spangle from above, is it? It's body looks less seafoam. But could just be the angle of photo. If it's not the same bird, maybe this one is a double factore goldenface? And looks like male? Really need to see more of the bird to tell on that one. Plus, I can't tell if it's a sky blue or a cobalt, sorry. :) Okay, looking back, he seems to be with that same hen a lot, so I think it really is the same spangle. I still think he's Goldenface, but I can't tell if it's single or double factor. Watch it turn out that I'm competely wrong, anyway. :rolleyes:

 

 

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Below I think are duplicates again?

 

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if u could tell the the mutations i would be very thankful :) I realize I only guessed 6 mutations, and it says you have 10 birds, so I guess I missed some. Maybe those weren't duplicates, after all? I might not have been very helpful, but I appreciate the chance to improve my skills. Now to wait for the experts to come and tell us what they really are.;)

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I would say its a boy.

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Please edit photos before posting to forum sizes of 480 by 640 :)

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i only have six birds and next time ill post the pics better, sorry :)

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