English Fallow / Dun Fallow Budgie

One of the three fallow budgie mutations, English Fallow was discovered in 1937 by beginner breeder F. Dervan. They have fully ruby-red eyes, as well as cinnamon-like markings, an orange beak, and different amounts of removed body color that vary from bird to bird. The male’s cere color remains pink or faded purple, even at maturity.

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