BUDGERIGAR ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
SECTION 11: OPALINE CINNAMON
General Body Color
Rump, breast, flanks and underparts; 50% of normal body color of an even depth of color throughout including V area (saddle or mantle) where undulations at the back of the head should cease thus leaving a clear V effect between the top of the wings.
Buttercup yellow or white, ornamented by six evenly spaced large round cinnamon brown throat spots, the outer two being partially covered by the base of the cheek patches. The buttercup yellow or white of the mask extending over the frontal and crown, to merge with the faint undulation at the back of the head. The frontal and crown should be clear and free from all markings.
On cheeks, back of head and neck should be minimal. On wings should be cinnamon brown on the body color ground and be symmetrical with an opalescent effect.
Blue in cocks, Brown in hens
Black with a white iris
Primary Wing Flights
Cinnamon brown with a minimal body color edge.
Primary Tail Feathers
Dark Blue with a brown quill.
Feet and Legs
Exhibitor: Chad Babin
Owner: Jimmy Strong
5th Novice: Grand National-2019 4th Novice- HBS2 2018 9th Novice- DFW-2 2018 8th Novice- DFW-1 2018
Owner: Connie Lovell
8th Novice: HBS1 2018
Owner: Greg Lovell
9th Best Intermediate-HBS 2018 BOS Intermediate-HBS 2018
OPALINE CINNAMON DARK GREEN COCK
Chandler, Az 2018 photo by: You Bin Park
Opaline Cinnamon Sky hen
Owner: Joshua Anthony