Thanks much, Linda. I appreciate it!
On 4/25/07, LindaC in OK wrote:
> *Pied (harlequin) - can show extremes from nearly white
> overall to nearly grey overall with a few white feathers.
> More often, head and back are white, crest and throat
> yellow, orange cheek patches, upper wing coverts grey,
> flight and tail feathers yellow.*
> I don't do genetics but I've read and heard a pied is any
> mutation that is 2 or more colors. I just love them all and
> never bred for color, never switched mates around.
> It's funny how terms get changed over the years. Long
> ago 'pearls' were called 'lace'.
> hope this helps. I just typed in 'what is a harlequin
> cockatiel'? in my browser and came up with several sites.