My supposedly both female (DNA tested!) pair of cockatiels had babies.
Mother (she's pearl):
Parents both have the red reflective eye of cinnamons. They both have to be pearls since all the babies are pearls. There is a whiteface baby so parents should both be split...
Hello, I recently acquired a 3 month old handfed cinnamon pearl cockatiel, at least that’s how the pet described it. One of my issues is that rainbow is struggling to get around in his cage, is it normal? Is it going to get better?
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I have a confirmed female cockatiel, a little older than a year. She has this pearling under her wings. Note that the entire underside of the wings (minus primary and secondary flight feathers) is covered in pearling.
Does this mean she...
Hi ya, everyone, I would like to show you all pictures of my baby Stitch. He is not my first bird, I did have cockatiels while I was growing up. Though sadly when it was time for me to go to college, and unable to protect them from my sister's bird I had to do the heartbreaking move to rehome my...
I adopted two birds a week ago, I was told that both are female. The standard grey one is about two years old according to the lady I adopted her from and the other is about a year old apparently. She is not the original owner so wasnt sure.
I don't know how to identify a Pearl pied and was...
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Could you please help me on below.
My Whiteface male and Albino(whiteface lutino) produce only whiteface pearl chick, mostly female.
Could you please suggest me how to get normal whiteface male or female?
I have a couple of tiels that just started nesting for their second time.
The female is a WF Pearl and the male seemed like a Clear Pied at first because I can't see red in his eyes no matter how close I look or even if I direct some light at it. However, out of the 4 babies that were born...
I'm not entirely certain just how a male cockatiel lose their pearls.
Do they lose the pearl spots in a single molt at maturity? Or is it gradual process over several molts/years?
I ask because one of my birds, Benny, is a pied-pearl. We don't know exactly how old he is. He's we adopted him...
I was told he was a pearl as a baby. But now he looks like a normal grey with some pearly. Ide love to know from some experts!
I have included two pictures, one where he is a bit damp is from today. And the one where he is on a play stand is from Christmas two years ago. He was about 5 months...
Just wanted to introduce myself and my 'tiel Pixel!
Pixel is a 6-7 months old pearl. I got him last November (an early xmas preset) from my Significant other due to my social anxiety issues. I have issues leaving the house or meeting other people (the internet is a different story...
Okay, so I have discovered that no matter what we say about indications that a cockatiel is male or female based on marking, you never know until you DNA sex it! I walked into a bird store yesterday evening on my search for a male cockatiel that is split to whiteface and pearl, and found a...
I have a chance to buy a beautiful pearl. The father is a pearl with no visual splits and her mother is a normal, split to pied( I'm assuming, since she has a large yellow spot on her neck.). I'm fairly sure since the father was the pearl the bird is a female. My question is can the mother's...
Ive noticed Scooby Dew and Eazy have had 3 normal greys, 3 pearls, and 2 lutinos. 1 st clutch ng, p, l / 2nd cluctch ng, p / 3rd clutch ng, p , l
Heres some pictures of there third clutch I just took these today. I love these little cutees, its gonna be sooooo hard to sell them haha
Based on this post by SRTIELS http://talkcockatiels.com/showpost.php?p=248882&postcount=8 am I correct in thinking that I have to males and one female?
CHICK # 1
CHICK # 2
CHICK # 3
I bought a pair of Cockatiels that I know nothing about other than what I can see. I've raised birds for years, but also been out a few years. I purchased a heavy pied male and a whiteface/Pied hen. The first clutch, my only baby came out as a Cinnamon pearl and my first baby from the second...
I have heard that males lose their pearl but not completely. This absolutely confuses me. My bird who I'm seriously hoping is a male is showing more female characteristics. He/she is 2 years old. By looking can you tell the sex?
Help me pick a new name for my little princess! :love:
The reason I chose these 3 names:
Buttercup - She has a lot of light yellow on her and I just love buttercups! Plus who doesn't love The Princess Bride, Princess Buttercup?!
Lacey - The pearl markings on her reminds me of scalloped lace...