Oh my goodness so gorgeous Red Golden Pheasants & Rosellas. The Crimson Rosella is so nice. Sir Arif are you Rosellas breeding. I like the vibrant colors of Rosellas specially of the Eastern & Crimson.
Munir sb the Pheasant in the first & second pictures is Yellow Golden Pheasant, color mutation of the true Golden pheasant.Its not found in the wild. In the third & fourth its the Red Golden Pheasant its the true Golden found in the wild.Its more stunning than its Yellow mutant. In the fifth picture its Crimson Rsella, in the sixth Pale headed Rosella & in the seventh Eastern Rsella.All Rosellas have broad feathered pinted tails. In the eight its Gray Cockatiel male.Gray is the true wild color.All other colors are color mutations result of selective breeding. In the ninth picture its a pair of Plum headed Parakeet.Don be confused with very similar looking species the Blossom Headed Parakeet. In the last pictures they are Budgies, hanging over the net is Danish Pied female, the two blues are males & the white red eyes seems to be female.
Munir sb i personlly don,t like the Yellow Golden Golden pheasant. I have Red golden & a very similar looking pheasant Lady Amherst,s pheasant.Lady Amherst,s is totally a different species.Both are from China.