Budgerigar Matings and Colour Expectations

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Merrilees said that prior to the ban some years before on importing and exporting birds from Australia, practically all the Australian aviaries were stocked with birds of Japanese origin.

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Some few birds had since entered Australia smuggled in by Asiatics. Strangely enough most of the Japanese birds came from Great Britain in the first place.


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The first mention of Clearwing being a possibility appeared in the Budgerigar Bulletin No. Greywings having dark full body colour and grey wings were mentioned and it was thought that birds with similar dark body colour and very light wings could be produced from these birds. Terrill of Adelaide quoted whilst writing about "Greywings" saying that some of the most handsome birds being those that are least like Greywings - such birds having very light wings and brilliant deep body colour.

From the June Bulletin No. These were as far as I know the very first examples of birds having a Clearwing character to come to this country. His late Majesty was at that time Patron of the Budgerigar Society and bred Budgerigars in many colours at Sandringham. In the same Bulletin came the first positive facts of the Clearwings.

A further article from Mr. Terrill quoted the existence of both Clearwings and Full Body Coloured Greywings showing that both kinds were separate. In the following Bulletin, Mr. Bowden reports that some thirtyeight Yellow-wings and Whitewings had been bred in the Sydney area. Dettman of Victoria reported that he had bred Yellow-wings in three body shades.

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In Bulletin No. Terrill, writing about "Classification and Nomenclature of Budgerigars", called the birds with pale light markings Australs and those with the grey wing markings Grey-wing Australs. Thorneman of Melbourne gives credit to Mr. Pier for developing Yellow-wings and Whitewings from the Austral character. Elliott, writing in Budgerigar Bulletin No.

Later that year, Mr. I saw these birds and they were certainly quite distinct from the best suffused birds we had in this country. I had the opportunity of talking with Mr. Walker about Clearwings and he seemed to think they were the result of selective breeding. Actually I think this was quite true but it was selective breeding from a new mutation, i. It was not until June Bulletin of that Mr.

Browne of New South Wales put forward the first full explanation of the Clearwings showing they were due to a further mutation of the Greywing character making the series Greywing, Clearwing, Yellow White. Later this was supported by Breeding results both in Australia and in this country. Professor H.

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Steiner of Zurich, Dr. Duncker of Bremen and Professor F. Crewe of Edinburgh, all agreed fully on the Clearwing being a new mutation. The first Clearwings to be exhibited at a large show were seen at the Bird Fancy Exhibition where they created quite a sensation. Clearwings both Yellow-wings and Whitewings were known to have been bred that year by Bernard Mott, R. Taming and Training Budgerigars. All About Green Budgerigars. All About Red-Eye Budgerigars. All About Blue Budgerigars.

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