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Old 12-30-2015, 04:11 AM
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Hi I've recently bought two young budgies and would like some help identifying their colouring. Any help is appreciated
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What colour are your green budgie's longest tail feathers?

Looking at his body colour, I think he is a grey green normal budgie and if so his tail feathers should be black in colour. If they are dark blue in colour, then I'd say he is an olive green normal budgie.

Your other budgie I believe is a cobalt violet opaline.
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Thanks the greens tail feathers are dark blue
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You're welcome! In that case, I think your budgie is an olive green normal.
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I agree with Olive Normal, and the other is an Opaline but I am not sure about it's body colour. Does the blue have blue or black tail feathers?
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They are beautiful! I agree with Aluz concerning mutations
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