Cream / Pale Fallow / Yellow Bourke Parakeet

This mutation was first discovered in New South Wales, Australia in 1968. When combined with opaline, a “pink” is produced. Male pinks (pictured second) have much darker wings than females (pictured third). It is sometimes called “yellow”, but shouldn’t be confused with the recently found yellow mutation.

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