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Hello, I want to ask something. What can you say about my birds' mutations? Do you have any idea about their age? and my Bird eyes are brown. What could be the reason for this.


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Hi there and to the forums!

Your budgies are beautiful. The blue one appears to be male, his mutation is sky blue normal. The green budgie is female, she is dark green cinnamon normal

Unless a budgie is Into (albino or lutino), they will have dark colored eyes. This is normal; since your budgies are young, they will not develop their grey irises until they are older. From what I can see, neither of them yet have iris rings, right?

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Thank you
their names; Blue is Bebek Surat ( baby face ), the name of the green one is Çiğdem.
* Do you think the birds are recessive genes or dominant? I wonder what color babies will happen.

*My buddies screech the floor of the cage. Like a chicken. Why are they doing this? There is no food on the ground.

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All the mutations they are visibly carrying are dominant.

However, it seems that you have never bred budgies before and are not fully aware of all the knowledge you need to know to be able to breed them safely

Please read these threads:
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https://talkbudgies.com/budgie-breedi...s-new-old.html

I'm not sure about the cage floor scratching, but do they have enough toys in their cage? It's important to give them lots of toys so they are stimulated and not bored. This may contribute to their "scratching" the cage floor.
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