hmm yes, I was sort of leaning towards this but I had seen something else that said opline? But Robin told me to have you guys look at him cause you were great. I agree I think he's definitley a green little dude. So he's a Dark Green normal. lol. The chick at the pet store try to say it wasn't very common and I was like really? Cause there's like a million in the cage there. lol.Actually, I'd say he is a Dark Green normal. Not Yellowface, as he is fully green and has not even moulted for the first time yet. (that is when a blue bird with a yellow face turns almost all green)
Jennah, when you copy someone else's text, you should cite the source. Here it is: http://www.***************/colorsguide.html#yellowfaceyour baby is a yellowface Yellowface
Yellowface budgies are in between yellow-based budgies and white-based budgies. There are different degrees of the level of yellow pigment, less than the yellow-based variety. These different levels of yellow pigment are caused by several different genes. Visually, there are two types of yellow face: and . yellowface budgies, the mask feathers are all yellow. The yellow may also show up in the peripheral tail feathers. The yellow is confined to these areas only and the budgie is normally colored in the body feathers. yellowface budgies have yellow in the mask feathers and tail, . However, after the first molt at 3 months of age, the yellow diffuses into the body color and creates a new color, depending on the original color. In the case of the sky blue variety, yellowface creates a seafoam green color, but yellowface the body color remains sky blue.
I would say he's like the middle one. And as far as the gator? I gurantee he'll never touch Tweety's millet again. lol.He's adorable!
I'm no expert, but he looks like either a dark green normal or olive normal. JHF, can you compare his body color with the color of these three green budgies? http://www.***************/colorsguide.html#darkfactor
By the way, did he kill that gator?