As a result of our post about turquoise Agapornis fischeri, we had a lot of visitors to the site and a lot of comments (+120).
As I mentioned in my previous articles on the bl-locus, there are breeders that have (most probably) the real turquoise mutation in Agapornis fischeri (for
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Researchers at Powdermill Nature Reserve observe rare gynandromorph bird containing both male and female characteristics [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 28, 2020] — Researchers at Powdermill Nature
The Tres Marías archipelago off western Mexico, is currently considered to have 24 endemic subspecies of landbirds. In a recent paper , Héctor Gómez de
I am afraid not. Crop milk is a semi-solid, crumbly excretion high in fat and protein that some bird species feed to baby birds during
As mentioned in our post of July 2th (You can read it here) we examined feathers of pure bred blue2 Agapornis fischeri and Agapornis personatus.
Ornitho-genetics is currently looking into the beak colour of Agapornis canus. At the BVA Masters of 2012 judges noticed birds with a horn coloured beak
Birds have maximum four toes, but bird feet can have different patterns. Most common are: Anisodactyly: three toes forward and one back and zygodactyly: two
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