These 2 have bonded they are very interested in their box and he is preparing it! What babies do y'all think they will perishes? Thanks in advance!! (Male is the Lutino)
Just a follow up! They hatched three babies and one is a lutino So, If I understand correctly, my little lutino is a female, correct? They haven't gotten much feathering, so I don't know if I got greys, cinnamons or pearls. I was just excited to see a little lutino and very happy they seem to be doing wonderful with parenting! I'm interested to see if Dad has any splits!If neither of them have splits, you would only get normal grey males split to pearl, lutino, and cinnamon, and you would only get lutino females. If the male is split to cinnamon and pearl, you could get either of those mutations as well.
Oh my goodness, how cute! That's so awesome and it is so interesting finding a hidden splits. So, this just happened after they had already had some clutches? I'm trying to learn about how often (percentages) the probability is of getting different babies On to these babies, I snapped quick pics when I went to clean the box, but momma wasn't happy lol. So they aren't the best. But I've attached and it looks like 2 lutinos! What do you think? Not sure if the other is a grey or cinnamon.Congratulations! 😁 Yes, the lutino is a female. The others you'll have to wait and see as they get more feathers. Would I be able to see the chicks? If any of them are cinnamon, they're usually pretty easy to see once hatched. If not, that is totally understandable as well as some parents don't like you interfering. And yes, finding out the hidden splits are my favourite part! I have a clutch of three chicks as well, and all three are completely different mutations. Not only that but I found out both parents are split to whiteface because I got a whiteface chick, which I've never had before from this pair. It's so exciting! Here are my three right now: View attachment 96128
Thanks so much for all the info! So, what's different about Cinnamons eyes? Just so I know what to look for next time and in general?Yes, this is their fourth clutch although technically none of their chicks from the third clutch ever made it. I knew the father was split to whiteface, but I always assumed the mother wasn’t so it was quite a surprise! Yes, it looks like you have two female lutinos there. The other chick isn’t a cinnamon as their eyes will look different so it’s either a grey, pearl, or pied. You’ll be able to tell as soon as it starts getting feathers though. That’s really neat that you got two lutinos though! 😁 🥰