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She looks like she might be a cinnamon, but it's hard to tell. Would you be able to get a picture of her back? If she has brownish looking feathers, she is a cinnamon. Otherwise, she is most likely a normal grey. Either way, she is gorgeous. It even looks like she even might have the spot gene although I'm not 100% sure.
 

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She looks like she might be a cinnamon, but it's hard to tell. Would you be able to get a picture of her back? If she has brownish looking feathers, she is a cinnamon. Otherwise, she is most likely a normal grey. Either way, she is gorgeous. It even looks like she even might have the spot gene although I'm not 100% sure.
 

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Thanks for replying! I was just wondering because the breeder I got Tyrannosaurus Bird from said she was fallow. I looked it up and she didn't match any description or pictures of fallows that I found, so...? I don't know what's with the spots. When they first appeared I thought they were going to turn into something, but they're just kinda there. Here's a picture of her back.
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Yeah, she doesn't look like a fallow to me. From her back, she does look like a cinnamon. I talked with a breeder friend of mine, and she said that the spots are caused by "the spot gene". She says that some of her birds have that as well, and it's basically a sign of good quality bird. Here is a little link about it if you want to check it out. http://www.littlefeatheredbuddies.c...RtiPD3clioh1t00-y1rYcXJHwJ7VIETlRBbEZUIAeYmG8
 
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