On 6/29/05, Robert E. wrote:
> On 6/29/05, Andie wrote:
>> On 6/29/05, Robert E. wrote:
>>> The first of my babies has hopped out of the nest. It is
>>> quite a beautiful bird, s/he is white, but with a grey head,
>>> white cheeks, and the normal face stripe. There are no
>>> markings on the tail or anything else other than the head
>>> like I stated. Very very beautiful bird. Will this color
>>> stay as an adult? What is is called?
>> The adolescents looks different than adults. When the baby
>> molts it will look more like the parents. Our zeebra babies
>> didn't grow their spots and stripes until their first molt.
> The other one is grey, like the pictures of regularly colored
> juveniles, but this one is white with said markings.
your white baby is most likely a female, but who knows? Well the
babies will be different colors than th eparent sof you breed
colored mutations. My cfw female bred with a pied male, and all
they produced were very fat and pretty fawn femaels and large
normal greys but the greys look like they had a tint of fawn on
their wings. Good luck with your babies!!