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Francois Francois from South Africa wrote on 07/03/2017 at 13:30:
Dear Dirk, I recently join your group and as a novice in the birding line. My ideal goal would be to concentrate only on pure thorough bred birds, no mutations. The mere reason for that is as at the moment you battle to get pure clean original birds to buy, most birds has been gone through the mutation stages. I started off with the Agapornis Lilianae, what do one need to look for in the bird to make sure this is a pure bred wild color bird in
this species. I do humbly ask If you can provide us with some information regarding this little birds. I am also not so much convinced that what you do want to buy is not what you eventually gone get. I do not accuse any one about this but its clearly knowledge and experience that can assure you of what is what, it is a risk for the beginner, he knows nothing.
Thank you