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Old 01-11-2017, 08:57 AM
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I brought these cute little guys home today and I know that they are crested, but I need help to determine their exact mutations.




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I'm only able to see one photo (the second one) and from what I'm seeing I'd say you have a sky blue greywing budgie and your other budgie is likely an olive green normal budgie. A better photo showing at least the cheek patches will help confirm this. If your green budgie happens to have black tail feathers (the main ones) then that would make him a grey green budgie.
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For some reason the first one is missing when I log in on my mobile but there on my computer. The olive guy has lost most of his main tail feathers. But the damaged one that is left is black.


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