Here are some pics of my flock, they are just too cute to keep them all to myself!
The first two aren't technically mine, they are my daughters, but close enough, right?
Meet Bacon and Eggs! Bacon is the tiel. Eggs is a sky blue dominate pied opaline with a violet factor. He's starting to come into his 4 month moult.
Then there's the boys.
Peeta is a sweetheart. When I got him, he was a completely wild little budgie, but within a day, he was willing to step up out of his house and see his mom. He is a sky blue goldenface opaline.
Then there is Thor and Oliver. Thor is my big English boy, and boy does he love to squak. Sometimes I think it's the only sound he knows how to make. He is a dark green normal. Oliver is a jailbreaker. Usually, as soon as the door is open, he is out and flying. When he's done, he'll land somewhere and just patiently wait for you to come pick him up. For whatever reason, he also has really long, lean legs, so I always tell him he looks like a chicken. You can't see it too well in this picture, but you can if he is trying to stand tall to look at something. He is an olive green opaline.
Then here is my non-breeding girl, Tamarah. She was in with the boys, until she decided to be a bully. Now she has a whole cage to herself. She does have her favorite toy, the rings you see. She beats them up now, since she doesn't have the boys to be mean to. She is a sky blue dominate pied. Her blue is gorgeous if you get her in natural light, she shines.
Finally, I have my current breeding pair, Ghost and Storm, so I don't have a great picture of them. Granted, even if they weren't breeding I wouldn't have a great picture of Storm, he is extremely camera shy. As soon as the camera comes out he runs away. They are both very devoted parents and currently are raising 3 chicks out of a 6 egg clutch. Ghost is a cobalt recessive pied girl, and storm is either a mauve or grey with a violet factor clearwing spangle. And her face is usually white, but she decided to murder an orange mineral block, so she left some evidence.
Well, there are my babies! Well, the grown up babies anyway. Hopefully, I'll get some decent pictures of the baby babies when I clean out the nestbox a little later today.