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here is a couple pics i just took of Snow white (Albino) and the Lutino i got the same time, both a few days ago. I think the lutino is a boy cuz he has no markings on his tail or under his wings, the Albino is a female cuz she has had eggs before...be happy.

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They are both beautiful birds, I know some say you can see the markings or spots on a lutino but even under bright lights some are just to light to see we thought our Minnie might be a male because we couldn't see any no matter how hard we looked and she is female.
 

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They are Beautiful!! You know a male Lutino is a little less common than a hen. Does it act like a boy? How old? I assume the Whiteface Lutino you got is somewhere over a year since she has had eggs. Do you have a name yet for the Lutino?....Congrats on aquiring such beauties!
 

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Actually i am not sure of the sex of the lutino, i am going by the spots under the wings, or lack of them, So im not sure but ill see. The albino AKA Snow White is about 3 yrs or so from what the previous owner said.
She said she bought her about 3 years ago and she was a baby .
I do have 2 other lutinos and i think there both male but i had them for a few yrs now, there kinda GAY i think but they just hang out and eat my food and such, anyway... be happy :)


They are Beautiful!! You know a male Lutino is a little less common than a hen. Does it act like a boy? How old? I assume the Whiteface Lutino you got is somewhere over a year since she has had eggs. Do you have a name yet for the Lutino?....Congrats on aquiring such beauties!
 
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