Bonded Bourke Parakeet Pair: Lutino Hen and Wild-Color Male, Split

Small Rose Bourke Parakeet

North Bend, OR
Rose, Yellow
Cute, Exotic, Pet, Quiet, Rare, Singing
Additional Comments

Sweet Lutino Bourke hen hatched 4/14/18 and Australian wild-color, Normal male Bourke hatched 6/12/18. He is likely split to Lutino and both carry the gene for rare pink opaline fallow as well. They will produce lovely mixed clutches of diverse colors. These two chose each other from 40 other young Bourke Parakeets. Both birds are banded: EGL, with year of hatch, OR for Oregon and a sequential number. He has a DNA certificate proving his sex (although now as an adult his sex is visible by the blue feathers over his cere).

Windy Ridge Rosies

Windy Ridge Rosies

Bourke Parakeets are our specialty. We've raised many other small exotics, and now focus on our favorite, the Bourke Parakeet. We raise many colors, including Opaline Rosy Bourkes, Pinks, Normals (wild color), red-eyed Lutinos and Rubinos, as well as Opaline Fallows with red eyes. Many might be split to other colors, producing beautiful mixed clutches. We often have hand-fed babies available too. All youngsters are healthy and raised indoors around people and household noises, leaving them calm and interactive--even those that are parent-fed.

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