|Buff ticked Norwich|
|Buff (feathering) Cinnamon Variegated Border|
|Buff (feathering) Green Foul Border|
|Silver (feathering) Cap Lizard|
|Buff Clear Irish Fancy (lower line is because she is coming into breeding and has a brood patch)|
|Red Ground Frost Note fine even frosting starting on head above eye and even throughout including the breast|
|Crested Red Ground Dark Crest Frost Stafford|
|Buff Green Variegated Parisian Frill|
|Buff (Non-Intensive) Green 3/4 Variegated Gloster Corona|
|Buff Green Variegated Scot Fancy|
|Buff Variegated Columbus Fancy Smooth Head|
Hi linda, great topics and very helpful. I find it hard to distinguish yellow from buff in the green or blue birds.
If there anything as half yellow (half intenssive) or half buff. I have heared something like that before.
The amount of buff various considerable. I look around the neck in the back for any signs of buff. It can be hard when the buff is not evenly express. On green and blue the color is effected on the buff birds like a dull overlay.
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