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trefto 11-28-2014 12:23 AM

Violet Greywing
 
Here are some pics of what looks like a violet opaline greywing. I fluked him from a nest with 2 normal/opaline violet parents. out of 10 bubs, 2 clutches he came, the only greywing. He doesn't appear as a full bodied greywing as the violet is washed out somewhat compared to his normal nest mates.
hope you like the pics.:)

https://i935.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps49c49507.jpg


https://i935.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps18016050.jpg


https://i935.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps60cc2336.jpg


https://i935.photobucket.com/albums/a...psd3163447.jpg


https://i935.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps30286439.jpg

and PS: Lindsay, you are quite welcome to use these pics for your web site if you like.

Jonah 11-28-2014 12:25 AM

Beautiful boy...Congrat's...:cool:

Cozette 11-28-2014 12:26 AM

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He sure is a pretty guy

trefto 11-28-2014 12:50 AM

Thanks guys, he looks a lot more colorful, real life. The photos never seem to do violets much justice.

Griff 11-28-2014 01:02 AM

I agree that he's a violet opaline greywing! He looks almost lik my Elsa, excet she doesn't have the greywing part.

SusanBudgies 11-28-2014 03:15 AM

He's lovely. :thumbsup:

Vargur 11-28-2014 03:59 AM

Handsome bird :)

slavik0627 11-30-2014 10:32 AM

I think your handsome boy can go as FBC, because his body color is not that wash out as many diluted birds. I have noticed with all CW and GW, its super hard to get pure color as you might see in normals, so it will be always some dilution.

Tango55 11-30-2014 02:06 PM

Yea Im thinking Opaline cobalt FBC Greywing.Not to sure on the violet..I don't see it.

PrincipePio 11-30-2014 02:09 PM

He's really beautiful. I've never seen a cere that color :)

He looks like he has a little chip taken out of his beak in one of the photos. Is this common in baby birds? (My Sammy had one as well when he was housed with a dominant male chick, and they were immediately separated. His beak grew out without problems.)


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