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Here are 3 interesting shades.
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Yes, Thanks Joseph. Appreciate the update. ----------------------- The one of those three that is being held by a different person to the others is a particularly lovely shade. Are they siblings? And what sexs? Parentage? Curious sort arnt I.
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Thanks for the update.
Once the mode of inheritance is established from the father daughter cross I really do hope that working towards the future they go back to the original yellow face birds and outcross to unrelated birds then continue on to developing more bloodlines with out breeding closely related family together.

Good luck to all involved... :thumbup:
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finchbreeder wrote:Yes, Thanks Joseph. Appreciate the update. ----------------------- The one of those three that is being held by a different person to the others is a particularly lovely shade. Are they siblings? And what sexs? Parentage? Curious sort arnt I.
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Don't know much about them except that my mate has brought them down from NSW.
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When you say bought them down, does this mean he has aquired them? Or you have? Are we going to hear the results of breeding from these? Hope so.
Thanks for any info.
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finchbreeder wrote:When you say bought them down, does this mean he has aquired them? Or you have? Are we going to hear the results of breeding from these? Hope so.
Thanks for any info.
LML
Look like a mates seagreen pied and red faced pied he has in his aviaries...same face colouring....nothing like the yellow? I gather the more pied they have the lighter the face gets? nothing different to whats out there IMO
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Hi Joseph, how is the breeder going with breeding this beautiful bird?
Hope all is going well & they are getting some young on the perch.
Are there any new photos?
Would love to see & hear how this is going.
Cheers Curly
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I 2nd the desire to hear how things are going. Hopefully well.
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Hi all, there is 6 of these birds on Facebook, Australian Finch Keepers & Breeders
Look absolutely fantastic amid the Red Face & Sea Greens feeding on seed heads
Check it out....wonderful video & glad the breeder is succeeding
Cheers
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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =3&theater

Link to the facebook post Curly refers to.
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