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i have two red eye budgies siblings. one is a lutino and the other is a creamieo. i cant tell if they are males or females. the cere dosent show the regular coloring of male or female. they do have a very small amount of brown flacky skin like the females. could this indicate that they are females. i would like to do a breeding with them if i could get two birds with the ino gene. having a bunch of ino babies would be so great.

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Perhaps I misinterpreted what you wrote, but I just want to ensure you are aware breeding related budgies to one another is not recommended as it severely weakens the gene pool.

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no i dont plan on inbreeding. i need to know if they are males of females so i could find them a mates.
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Welcome to the forums!

A couple of pictures of both of your budgies would really be helpful to more accurately determine their genders.

Breeding two visual Inos together is not something I would recommend, because the chances of the chicks hatching with problems and being overall weaker are higher. So unless your budgies came from very good stock, it's best to refrain from breeding two visuals.

If your budgies turn out to be females you can get them normal males that are split to Ino.
This will be easier to tell if you know the males' parentage. You can get split for Ino males from the pairing of a visual Ino female and a normal male or from the pairing of a normal female with a male who is already split to Ino.
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Welcome to the forums!

A couple of pictures of both of your budgies would really be helpful to more accurately determine their genders.

Breeding two visual Inos together is not something I would recommend, because the chances of the chicks hatching with problems and being overall weaker are higher. So unless your budgies came from very good stock, it's best to refrain from breeding two visuals.

If your budgies turn out to be females you can get them normal males that are split to Ino.
This will be easier to tell if you know the males' parentage. You can get split for Ino males from the pairing of a visual Ino female and a normal male or from the pairing of a normal female with a male who is already split to Ino.
what if i got them mates that are albino and lutino but they are not red eyes with there be any health concerns?
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what if i got them mates that are albino and lutino but they are not red eyes with there be any health concerns?
Albinos and lutinos will always have red eyes. Fully white or yellow budgies with black eyes will either be double factor spangle budgies or dark eyed clear budgies.
I have no experience with breeding dark eyed clears and double factor spangles, but I don't think there would be a problem in doing so.

If you really do have 2 females, you can start just by breeding one of them with a normal male and all the male chicks they will produce will be split to Ino.
Then you get another lutino or albino female unrelated to the ones you have (females are much easier to find than males) and breed her to one of your adult male chicks and you will get Inos of both genders.
By breeding one male split to Ino with a normal female, you can get some visual female Inos.
If by chance one of your current budgies is a male, if you pair him up with a normal female, all female chicks will be visual Inos.
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female no.1 this is the creameo



Female 2 lutino.



and just for fun here my house sparrows


This is the Mr Boss of the house. goes were he wants and does what he want, also the oldest of the 2
Heres the little one on the left.

Mr.boss showing off fot the camera.
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Those photos do confirm that you have 2 beautiful female budgies. They are in the process of coming into breeding condition for the first time.

Your house sparrows are gorgeous and they seem to be quite the funny birds, thanks for sharing their pics too!
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