Hi, I am Sophie. I am owner of six budgies: two boys and four girls. I had been budgieholic since November 2011.
My flock is:
- Buckingham - Dark Green Opaline, two years old. I buy him in pet shop.
- Lulu - SF Goldenface DF Spangle, possibly Violet Cobalt, can be Opaline and, maybe spilt Dilute, 1,5 years old. I buy her at the breeder.
- Martin - Violet Dark Green Spangle, spilt Blue, two years old. He has chicks.
- ***** - Sky Blue Opaline, 4,5 years old. She has title "Mother Queen".
- Lilac - Violet Cobalt Spangle, one year. She's a Martins and Fannys daughter.
- Dolly - Violet Sky Blue or Cobalt Normal. She's a Martins and Fannys daughter.
Sorry about my bad English. This is don't my native language. I registered on this site to improve my English.
Your budgies sound adorable and we'd love to see photos of them if you have any to share
We hope to see you all around here!
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and Princess Mallorn!
Thank you to Deb for her wonderful Faery magic
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