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Hey guys

Its been awhile since I bred my birds, this was my last breeding journal, all of the babies are now fully grown up and as big as their father.

My birds have been resting since then and now I want to start my breeding season with the focus on getting more clearwings out of the flock.

I have rested for these for now with more to come, so what do you think?


_Males:
*Dilute yellow face skyblue spangle.
*clearwing dark green normal.
*FBGW light green sf pied split yellowface.

_Females:
*Lutino split clearwing and yellowface.
*FBGW skyblue sf pied.
*greywing dilute skyblue normal (daughter of the spangle male above).

Also, is the male in attachments a clearwing?
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I would pair the clearwing male with the split clearwing female. That way you know that any chicks they have with that wing pattern are definitely clearwings (sometimes it can be confusing if you have a nest with greywings, FBGs, and clearwings).

The male in the photo looks to be FBG On my screen, his flights look too grey to be clearwing.
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Thanks star, but I want 3 pairs, hence I asked what should I pair together.
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For the other two pairs, the best idea I think is to pair a FBGW with a dilute or split dilute. Therefore, I would pair the spangle male's daughter with the other male and the remaining female with the spangle male. Clearwing is dominant only to dilute so if any of the chicks from those two nests inherit both the dilute and clearwing mutations, they will be clearwing
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Thank you Star, will do as you suggested .
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The green budgie in the first post has a normal tail colour rather than grey, which is the norm for a greywing or clearwing. Are the markings look pale brown on my screen, what colour are they in reality?
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The green budgie in the first post has a normal tail colour rather than grey, which is the norm for a greywing or clearwing. Are the markings look pale brown on my screen, what colour are they in reality?
he is dark green so the markings are looking brownish grey "can I call them that!".
I hope he turnout to be clearwing.
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