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Old 07-26-2010, 03:07 AM
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Hi, I have this pair shown on the picture underneath ( in the picture they are still very small budgies, I'm not interested in breeding them now, since they are about only 10 months old and it's summer and it's too hot)

I would like for when I breed them to know what kind of babies should I expect when they breed please ??


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Hi Joseph,
Well, the male is a cobalt and the female is a dilute. There is alot depending on the possible splits. From the looks of them you should get some cobalt and some skyblue, which will all be split for dilute. Now that they are older, check to see if the female has an iris around the eye, if not, then she is a recessive pied and if the male is split, you could get some recessive pied also. Hippie
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can we have more pictures? of the front of the hen and back of the cock?
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You ought to move the cage -- beside smelly shoes and a GAS tank is no place for birds with sensitive lungs! The perches do not look appropriate either. Please read the health section before you even consider breeding.
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I would say you would get a high number of normal mauve chicks. It also looks like the male has a yellow face. If he does about half of the chicks would be yellow face. A small percentage maybe a surprise depending on what the birds are split for.
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dw Ambisense they've been there for only a few days, and the perches I changed themm as well those perches were included when I bought the cage and the owner of the pet store didn't have others, so I bought from another pet store after few days I bought them.

for photos I will take more laterz and will post them immediately
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so here are the pics :







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and bdw Hippie, the female doesn't have iris, but the male one do have
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i would expect them to be blue normals, some with a yellow face like the male.

you won't get any recessive pieds like the hen unless the male is split for rec pied.

and you could get other varieties depending on what genes the parents are split for.
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I have one important question:

as I told you before I have this pair that are about 10 months old, and I never saw them feeding or giving any attention to each other, does this mean that they are not interested to each other?
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