|White faced, pink-eyed Rosy Bourkes; opaline fallow.|
|I'd call this mixed coloration a "pied" Bourke.|
|A mated pair of Normal Bourkes. Male in back has same|
colors, but brighter. Also a tiny blue ridge above cere.
|This photo was sent to me. Breeder says it is a "rainbow" Bourke.|
|A mixed clutch of Normals and Rosies. Both parents are|
Normals, but father is heterozygous and throws Rosy hens.
|2011 siblings. Younger baby has red eyes.|
|Photo by Jill Warnick of her mixed clutch. |
Lutino's are all hens since their father is a Lutino.
Mother is a Normal Bourke, so Normal baby is male.
For more details on avian genetics, here’s another link to a website that I found diffcult to follow, but others might appreciate: aviangenetics.com