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Date:8/30/2014 4:55:28 PM
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Greetings from the Land of English Budgies!
WoW! Did I get carried away! Just fell in love with Jeff Hall's Aviary. Spotlessly clean, bright, airy and he's very willing to answer all my questions. But, as you asked, the MOST fun was pairing up all those gorgeous birds with females. Double WoW. Let's see, First, the Violet cinnamon hen is engaged to my Blue split ino male. He's the biggest male I had BEFORE I went to Ohio. This male has some yellow face blue type 1 sisters so I'm hoping for some interesting combinations. The Spangle green female was already bonded with a medium green male and since Jeff couldn't stand to split them up, I kept them together here as well. Now, for the young medium green and normal green boys. I choose 3 females and put them all in a flight cage to see who would choose whom. I put in: a Sky blue greywing female, the yellowface blue type 1 sister to the blue male mentioned above, and a white lacewing female. I'm hoping to get lots of blues and split to blues with the rarer wing colors. The size alone is amazing. I'm changing all my budgies over to the feeding methods that Jeff uses plus, I will be keeping the Zupreem. IF I decide to sell any, I want them to be able to eat the food where they are going in case the newbie bird owner doesn't want to feed the way he does...it is a LOT of work but you'll understand when you go see his birds. Jeff gave me one gorgeous green cinnamon female. I call her Grace because she bows her head a lot. Someday I'll have her xrayed to see why but in the mean time, she is big and beautiful and in the baby flight. I have a blue male split greywing, a Blue spangle, a Dark green male, two cremino females, a dark eyed clear female and another all white lacewing female. They are all growing up together for a few more months. Hey! Just for fun, I made another website just for the birds! Please check it out and let me know. Its a free site from BRAVEHOST.com. http://www.birdbiz.bravehost.com Such fun to do. Their website wizard was amazingly simple. Still working on it but someone stole my husband's digital camera. No new pics for awhile. sigh. Thanks for remembering my birthday! Congrats to Chrissy! Way to go girl! Would LOVE to see what colors you are getting. Keep in touch. God bless you and all your little critters.
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