ClearwingAny color budgie with white wings. First recorded in the 1930s in Australia. No wing markings - only ground color. (yellow or white wings with normal blue or green body)
Clearwings are a bird of any color, but the body color and cheek markings should be as dark and as close to normal as possible while the wings are as light and as close to pure white or yellow as possible. Very few clearwings have truly "clear" wings. Most have at least a tinge of light grey.
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