Sunday, February 14, 2010
Playing Cupid By The Rule
This Stafford Bachelorette, Looks a lot like her mother!
Although she has a more circular crest than her mother, it continues to be too flat.
Bachelor Number 1 placed second in his class at the National Cage Bird Show!
Bachelor Number 2 is dark and handsome!
Bachelor Number 3 looks like he just flew in with the snow!
Golden Cupid Pairing Rule: Birds of a Feather Should Not Be Paired Together.
Could that mean opposites attract?
All I want for Valentine's Day is to hear from you! Which of the lucky bachelors would you chose?
Thanks Richard and Rich for your reply, now I feel loved!! Can't be puppy love, Must be bird love!!
New Information Added 2/17/10: The challenge of pairing is having a clear vision of what you want to produce and an honest assessment of your birds strength and weakness. Pairing is about complimenting a weakness with another birds strength. Two with the same weakness should not be paired as this sets the problem tighter in the line. We all dream of breeding the perfect bird, its part of the fun and challenge. Overtime, our birds just get better and better if we apply the Golden Cupid Pairing Rule! Bachelor #3 is one lucky fellow!!