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These birds are truly beautiful, peaceful, quiet and easy to keep.  The Gouldian’s that I raise are called “normal”.  Normal represents the colors they naturally have in the Australian wilderness.  They are not mutations.  These color variations are: Red Headed, Black Headed, or Yellow (Orange)

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Bev’s Birds

P.O. Box 85044

Tucson, AZ  85754

The Breeding Program

Headed with a Purple or White Breast and a Dark Green body.  I now have a few lilac breast colors in my lines.  People who see them can’t stop looking at them because of their bright colors and crisp contrast.  These birds show very well in a lighted cage and will draw a lot of attention and brighten up your room. 

        In my breeding program I focus on pairing non-related large birds.  I also select the brightest colored birds.  To keep track of all of this, my friend Jessie and I have developed a database in MS Access.  I couldn’t manage this selective breeding activities without this computer program.  It provides me with lists of birds that are not related along with their head and breast colors and their color genetics.  It calculates what head and breast colors (the genetics) the offspring of existing pairs and potential pairs may be.  I am also able to grade each bird for a set of criteria that I developed to help me choose the best birds.  I use National Finch and Softbill Society (NFSS) closed numbered bands to identify each bird.  This database is a work in progress that enables me to be sure of what I am doing with my birds.

Bev's Birds

This is a picture of a yellow headed purple breasted male.