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Re: Green Australian Cinnamon? even more confused

Posted by adrain on 6/04/06
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    I dont know how i missed your picturs before. I appriciate all
    your help but to tell the truth im only more confused now. Not
    that that is a bad thing i was just ready to assume that what i
    had was an australian cinnamon but my bird looks nothing like your
    pix. Either one australian or american. Im just going to have to
    take some picturs and post themfor you. as soon as i can get some
    pix i will try and figure out how to post them and get back to
    you. and again thanks for your help.
    On 6/04/06, Andie wrote:
    >
    http://birdmart.com/chatboards/lovebirds/topic714/6.02.06.07.23.09
    > .html
    >
    >
    http://birdmart.com/chatboards/lovebirds/topic714/6.02.06.07.27.32
    > .html
    >
    > Those are my replies to your other post. Both replies have
    > pictures, one is at the bottom of the page so you'll have to
    > scroll down.
    >
    > A bird can be a pied even if it only has one feather of a
    > different color. A heavily pied green bird would be almost
    > completely yellow with possibly only 1 green feather, so you
    > can't really go off the picture for that because you might not
    be
    > able to see that one feather.
    >
    > Opaline means that instead of the bird having a red face it's
    > entire head is red. If you'll go back and read my replies and
    > look at the pictures you'll be able to see the difference
    between
    > an American Cinnamon and an Australian Cinnamon.
    >