Nice to meet everyone. I recently, July, got 4 budgies. I'm so happy to have found this site and wealth of information!
I had no idea! Thanks I'll get a better picSnowy Owl looks like a boy to me, the cere appears to be a solid pink color, can you post a frontal picture of Snowy Owl in natural light and we can confirm. In some color mutations the males cere will be pink and will stay pink for the birds entire life, it will not turn blue as in other mutations.
Thanks! I always have a million questions so you'll definitely see me around.Hello and welcome to the forums!
Cody has given you excellent advice! I agree that Snowy Owl looks like a boy More photos would be great!
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Your flock is adorable, and hope to see you (and them!) around here
Here's a better picNice flock, I cannot see Blueberry's cere, is Blueberry a male?
Sorry the scratching pic is Snowy. Here's a pic of Captain Budgie (left) and Blueberry (right). The solo pic is Loch Ness, I'm most concerned with his health. He's the most timid also seems to be the heaviest or I'm just interpreting his less elegant flying as due to his heavier set. There's only 1 avian vet, in NYC area, so trying to get them used to the travel bag so I can take them all at once instead of 4 separate trips.Here's a better pic
So, interesting. Have you read books on this or just acquired the knowledge over years? My daughter would like to read up and learn as well. Thanks!You are correct, however, because of Snowy's mutation the iris ring may never be visible.