I have normal greys, whiteface, pearl pieds, creamface cinnamons, and pearls.
'm hoping you've had a little more experience with cockatiel breeding than I have. Yes, We've had three successful clutches from the same dad but two different hens. The first died during the feeding process of the chicks due to asparrating some food and it went to her lungs. My issue now is I have a male whiteface and a cinnamon pearl whiteface female that I've been waiting on to breed for almost two years!!! They are cagemates and have always seem to have been bonded but here's the problem. I've caught them mating ( or at least attempting too ) 3 times now! To be honest, I'm NOT sure they ( mostly the male ) know what there doing! They seem to be going thru the motions as he mounts her back and she makes the sounds like all hens do but I don't see any actual contact! Neither seem all that interested in the nestbox we've placed in there cage either. The other male we have that's had three clutches worked on his night and day until the hen started laying! I've only been into tiels now for around 5 years and I'm STILL learning things. As to the mating process itself, I've NEVER understood just HOW a male can impregnate a female by standing on her BACK! Are the sexual parts of a bird on there undersides close to the vent? What's your take on this pair I'm dealing with now? Just keep the fingers crossed I guess that they figure it out. They would make some AWSOME babies!