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Old 05-02-2017, 11:14 PM
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Default Hi can you guys gender my cockatiels

Its very hard for me to determine the gender of my cockatiels

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Old 05-02-2017, 11:45 PM
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Do you know what color the parents were?
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How old are they and what colors were their parents?


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I really hope that is just temp accommodation. As for sex it depends on there age do you know how old

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The one on the bottom left looks like it's losing its pearls. If true, that's a male. Are they all the same age? Need more information.
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1:13 months
2:13 months
3:5 months
4:12 months
5:12 months
6:11 months

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I believe 1 and 2 are boys, and 4 may be female. I'm not sure about the rest. Maybe someone else can offer some help!
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I had written a lengthy answer to this on one of the duplicate threads that you started, and now it's gone. I hope that you saw it before it got deleted.
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I didnt saw it sorry cause i thinl that while i was sleeping it was deleted i hope i will know the gender of my cockatiels soon thank you all for helping

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1:13 months
2:13 months
3:5 months
4:12 months
5:12 months
6:11 months

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#4 and #5 are female. They're a year old and still have full pearling.

#6 is probably female. Almost a year old and not developing adult male coloring. There's a little bit of yellow on the face but hens can have this. If this bird was male I'd expect a lot more yellow coloring at this age. Although some males are late bloomers who get their coloring at the age of one year or more.

#3 is too young to tell. If it still has full pearling after a molt it's female; if it starts losing its pearls it's male.

#1 and #2 look like they're losing their pearls, which indicates that they're male. But if they've always had partial pearling and their coloring hasn't changed, then #2 is female. We can't be sure with #1 because this bird is pied, and pied males can keep their juvenile markings for several years.

Pearl hens have more yellow/white coloring than normal hens, so their faces can look a lot like an adult male. Keeping or losing the pearl markings is a better indicator of sex than the face color is.
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