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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.

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Question mutations.

Hi all I have 13 budgies and I would like to know their mutations. I have ablolutly no I dea on how to do it or what mutations there are. I have been reading up on it but mostly I get confused with it. Also I know that lighting and stuff like that matters when taking photos of the budgies. Please direct me what to do. For example should I take it with or without the flash, would zooming in change the color or stuff like that.

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If you want to take photos to ask for help with mutations, it's best to do it in natural light. The flash changes the color dramatically. Zooming in is fine, as long as the picture isn't out of focus or blurry.
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Thanx I will open up the aviary for more natural light also I saw on one of my photos I took with a flash that one of my budgies eyes reflected red in it.
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Definitely take the pictures in natural light and take a couple different pictures of each bird.
Showing the side and back of the bird the pattern and colors of the feathers on the wings and back can be seen will be helpful.

How to Post Pictures: https://talkbudgies.com/showthread.php?t=175818

Examples of Pictures to Post: https://talkbudgies.com/showthread.php?t=85948

You can also take a look at this information which is extremely detailed:
https://www.cutelittlebirdiesaviary.c...-cut-list.html
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Most definitely pictures in natural lighting with no flash. Try to get the truest representation of their color in person if at all possible
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