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Re: Green Australian Cinnamon? still a little confused

Posted by Adrian on 6/04/06
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    On 6/04/06, Andie wrote:
    >
    http://birdmart.com/chatboards/lovebirds/topic714/6.02.06.07.23.09
    > .html
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    >
    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.
    >
    What your telling me about what the word opaline means does not
    match with this picture

    http://africanlovebirdsociety.com/genetics/Opalines/AC%20Opaline%
    20Weaned_CR.jpg