Blue jewels of Australian aviculture

September 25th, 2015 | by LubosTomiska
Blue jewels of Australian aviculture
Mutations
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During this summer holiday ParrotsDailyNews team visited over 30 breeders in Australia. Seeing wild black cockatoos or australian lorikeet species was one of the most wonderful experience in my life. However, we saw also many interesting mutations which are not available in Europe and which will take your breath away for sure.

So do you like blue color? I hope so because in following photos you can check the rarest blue mutations in the world. Unfortunately, envy and thefts is the problem of aviculture all over the world. That’s why we will not mention names of owners of these birds. But in close future we would like to publish some more information about history and price of each mutation.

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Australian King Parrot (Alisterus scapularis), blue mutation

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blue Australian King Parrot (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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blue Australian King Parrot (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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blue Australian King Parrot, female (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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editor in chief of ParrotsDailyNews magazine with two blue Australian King Parrots

 

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Black-headed Caique (Pionites melanocephala), blue mutation

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Black-headed Caique, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

blue Australian King Parrot (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Black-headed Caique, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus moluccanus), blue mutation

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Rainbow Lorikeet, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Rainbow Lorikeet, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Moustached Parakeet (Psittacula alexandri), blue mutation

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Moustached Parakeet, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Moustached Parakeet, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Moustached Parakeet, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Blue-winged Parrot (Neophema chrysostoma), blue mutation

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Blue-winged Parrot, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Blue-winged Parrot, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Blue-winged Parrot, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Galah Cockatoo (Eolophus roseicapillus), blue mutation

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Galah Cockatoo, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Galah Cockatoo, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Galah Cockatoo, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska

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Galah Cockatoo, blue mutation (c) Lubomir Tomiska 

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 Title photo: (c) Lubomir Tomiska

 

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One Comment

  1. Ian McGowan says:

    Hi,

    Very interested in the pics of your blue mutation. I live in country Victoria and am visited every day by the local King Parrots. A year ago, one of the pairs showed up with two blue chicks. I took pics and video of them at the time. Today, they are back with one blue chick. I didn’t get a chance to grab a pic this morning though, but in past firm they will be back.
    Clearly a local mating pair carry the genes to create the mutation. Pretty cool, eh?

    Ian

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