Bronze fallow / West German Fallow Peach-faced Lovebird

A mutation described in west Germany in 1978 – just one year after pale fallow (East German Fallow). Despite this, it is much rarer. Birds with this mutation are very light-colored and have slightly darker red eyes than pale fallows. They are likely to have infertility problems and be physically weaker, making them difficult to breed. A bronze fallow + whiteface is pictured second.

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