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Date Posted: 13:17:23 03/19/08 Wed
Author: Michele
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Subject: Re: What Color is this?
In reply to: Leah 's message, "What Color is this?" on 17:20:49 03/17/08 Mon

Hi Leah,

It sounds like you definitely have a female (no bib and the "laced" feathers), and hens do display with food for other birds when they are bonded to them. I don't know what mutation you would call her; she could just have a mix of markings from her parents, or display the markings from a dominant mutation further back in her lineage. As long as her underside doesn't show any deep red coloration, I think you can safely say she's a "she".

Happy Quails!


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