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Re: What kind of lovebird is this/ Jessica

Posted by KB on 5/22/07
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    I spoke to soon Jessica, here is a link to view a similar bird.
    So pretty.

    http://lilianaslovebirds.tripod.com/id2.html

    KB

    On 5/22/07, KB wrote:
    > Thank you so much Jessica. I totally appreciate it. Boy its
    > too bad it was the only of its kind, it was so beautiful! I
    > looked up rare mutations and saw two birds, one was red and the
    > other was orange, but I forget what they called it. However
    > they were nothing close to this bird. If I find I will post
    > the link.
    > Again thanks for the info :)
    > KB
    >
    >
    > On 5/22/07, Jessica wrote:
    >> KB,
    >>
    >> I have this book at home and looked in it for you. This is
    >> a color mutation of the peach-faced lovebird. The author of
    >> the Colored Atlas of Lovebirds calls this mutation
    >> the "Danish redino." According to her, the pictured bird
    >> was hatched from a pair of lutino lovebirds in an aviary in
    >> Denmark in 1990. It is the only one that has ever been
    >> hatched and it died before it was old enough to breed and
    >> pass this mutation on to any offspring. Therefore, there
    >> are no others in existence.
    >>
    >> Jessica
    >>
    >> On 5/20/07, KB wrote:
    >>> Anybody know what kind of Lovebird this is?
    >>>
    >>> Thanks!
    >>>
    >>> KB
    >>>
    >>>
    >> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0793804736/thebirdsth
    >>> ebeadsA/