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    Re: Pink budgies?

    Quote Originally Posted by barrieshutt View Post
    That is one of my birds and my picture , the bird was never ever fed any red canary colouring food.
    was it lots of strawberries barry..? enough to stain the feathers..?
    is that the bird you used as an april fool joke..? " big pink or think pink i think was what you called it.

    edit : were there 2 birds barry ?
    i recall the strawberry excuse ( maybe that was on the other board )

    here is your quote from TF
    Quote Originally Posted by barrieshutt View Post
    pink did fall into a 25kilo bag of pink thrive and gloss just before the end of march,i posted on the forum on april the first,april fools day a picture of this bird,
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    Re: Pink budgies?

    if anyones ever fed strawberries to a white bird knows that they go RED, BROWN and then GREEN... they dont go powder pink...


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    Re: Pink budgies?

    The bird was in some sort of coloring - look at the feet. That is not a normal skin color.

    As a joke years and years ago some guy stuck an albino in a glass of water with red food coloring HOPING to make a red budgie for a new budgie judge to judge. He used a fule bottle, the bird came out hot pink. Through the day as she groomed herself she got lighter and lighter. Her feet looked just like this bird's feet do.

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    Re: Pink budgies?

    Wow that's pretty freakin lame to submerge an animal in die just because you want them to look pretty.

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    Re: Pink budgies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Compassion View Post
    Wow that's pretty freakin lame to submerge an animal in die just because you want them to look pretty.
    Hey don't shoot the messanger. Never said it was the right thing to do, now OR at Easter, with any bird. My point was to disprove just because it's on the Internet does not mean it's real - true- a fact. So many would love to say there are pink/red budgies. The fact is that color has yet to crop up in this species.

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