choc parsons

Parsons and Diggles
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jaytt
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I have collected a couple of photos of possible choc parsons what do you think? mickm did you manage to track down anyone else with choc parsons or are they all gone? I remember a few around in the early 90s in victoria,two blokes far north qld had choc diggles from memory.first two photos are from england last photo from sydeny.
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jaytt
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sorry, first photo from sydeny last two from english breeder.
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I think there all pics of Chocolate Parsons.Very nice Parsons :thumbup:
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casehulsebosch
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A Brown Parson belonging to a friend of mine in Belgium, Karel Pauwels.

They are called brown in Europe and not chocolate.

Still think its a pity we cannot place larger format photo's. Smaller pics simply don't do a good photo justice. My preferred size would be 800 x 600.

Cheers, Case, Tauranga, New Zealand.
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Craig52
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Case, that bird is a few shades lighter of what we call chocolate parsons.I have kept and seen some birds that are really dark chocolate,Jaytt's birds are pretty close. Craig
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